What kind of products are used at Studio Noon?

In my studio I use certified, FDA approved Biotouch Canada products and Li pigments. All equipment used is single-use disposable and discarded properly as requested by the Fraser Health Authority.

Pigment Facts

Iron oxides are the safest pigments. The US government regulate the ingredients and its level on toxic metal present in Biotouch pigments is actually below FDA suggested percentages. This is done to ensure public safety.

Before your appointment:
  • Discontinue the use of  any skin thinners including Vitamin A, glycolic acids, Retin A, anti aging creams or products containing Alpha-hydroxy-acid on the brow area 2 weeks prior to your appointment.  This is to prevent any skin thinning and colour fading.
  • Do not consume alcohol, caffeine or take any blood thinners 48 hours before your procedure, this will cause more bleeding and may affect your results.
  • Come to your appointment with clean fresh skin so we can avoid any dirt or debris getting in the cuts of the new brow.
  • Please let me know if you have any allergies or sensitivities prior to your appointment.
  • There are certain medications I suggest you not to take within the 48 hours prior to the procedure. These are for example: Aspirin, Ibuprofen and also other pain-killers.  This is to prevent excess bleeding.
What is the sanitation procedure to ensure safety?

I take my cleanliness very seriously. I follow strict guidelines according to Fraser Health Authority. Universal Precautions are designed to prevent transmission of bloodborne pathogens. Some commonly known pathogens are HIV, Hepatitis B and C, etc. These diseases can be spread through contact with blood and bodily fluids. It is my job to make sure the proper steps are taken to ensure your safety in my facility. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Universal precautions are a set of guidelines designed to prevent the transmission of HIV, HBV, and other blood borne pathogens. This being said in my studio ALL blood and bodily fluids from all patients is to be considered potentially infectious for HIV, HBV, and other blood borne pathogens.