Permanent Cosmetics To Feel And Look Better During Chemo

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By Ashley Sachs

Going through chemotherapy is a tough journey, but there is a way to feel like yourself with NO effort during this process . . . permanent cosmetics. Whether you’re going through chemo or not, when you look carmella_ond17good you feel good and there’s nothing simpler than waking up with your brows, eyeliner and lips done.

Chemotherapy has adverse effects on your appearance, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

This is such a sensitive time for you and our goal is to make you feel good. “Permanent Cosmetics should be a feel-good thing,” says Carmella “you deserve to treat yourself to anything that will lift your spirits and help you keep a positive mindset.”

Permanent cosmetics must be done at least two weeks prior to chemo and radiation due to the fact that the skin will be compromised once starting treatment. The skin will be more delicate and the healing process will be longer. The body cannot process another procedure during chemo.

To book a complimentary consultation call 610-883-0636 or email carmella@permanentu.com

Please visit our website to learn more, www.permanentu.com 

Testimonials

“When I was going through chemo, I felt horrible, but, when I looked in the mirror, I felt like myself which made all the difference in my attitude, it’s all about your attitude!”   – Barbara S.

“I had cervical cancer and went through 32 treatments of a combination of radiation and chemo. I had my eyeliner done prior to starting treatments. It made me feel in control and it made me feel much more confident to go through the treatments because I looked well, not sick. I lost my hair but because I didn’t look sick nobody knew. I spoke in front of 2,000 people for a sales meeting and nobody knew. Having my eyeliner done DEFINITELY kept me positive during my treatments. It’s the little things that matter so much, and permanent makeup definitely was one of those things.”  – Tami S.


carmella new head jas17About the Artist

Carmella Gibellino-Schultz is a licensed cosmetologist and has been practicing the art of permanent cosmetics since 1999. In both Delaware and PA she has performed thousands of procedures and her impressive portfolio speaks for itself. Former owner of The Skin Care School and Center, her expertise and years of experience have made her the areas most sought after permanent cosmetics artist.




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