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Chaba policy


Gift Certificate policy

  • Gift Certificate must be presented at the time of service.

  • Please have the gift certificate number ready when scheduling your appointment. 48 hours notice is required for cancellations without loss of value. Cancellations within the 48 hour window will incur a loss of value equal to 20% of Service cost if spot is unable to be rescheduled.

  • Please allow at least two weeks advance notice when booking Spa package.

  • Gift certificates are non refundable and not redeemable for cash or other substitutions.

  • Gift certificates are not replaceable if lost, destroyed, photocopied or otherwise reproduced. gift certificates are void if altered in any way.

  • Expired gift certificates cannot be accepted (7 year Exp)

  • Gift certificates may NOT be used toward gratuity or toward the purchase of another gift certificate.

  • Prices in brochure are subject to change without notice. Customer is responsible for additional costs beyond the purchase value.


Cancellation Policy

  • Please provide at least 24 hours notice if you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment. A valid credit card is required at the time of booking to secure your appointment.

  • Late cancellations will be subject to 50% of the service fee. No-shows will be subject to a fee of 100% of the service.

  • If you’re late to your appointment please give us a call, if you are more than 15 min late it will cut into your service time or will need to reschedule.

  • If you hold a voucher of any kind it will be redeemed if cancelling late, No Showed or you arrive more than 15 min late to the appointment. No exceptions.

  • All Booking will not be charged until the service is completed.


Tattoo Disclosure statement

  • As with any invasive procedure, tattooing may involve possible health risks. These risks may include:

  • Pain, Bleeding, swelling, infection, scarring of the area and nerve damage.

  • Unsterile equipment and needles can spread infection diseases; it is extremely important to be sure that all equipment is clean and sanitary before use.

  • Tattoos and permanent makeup are not easily removed and in some cases may cause permanent discoloration; think carefully before getting tattoo. the is also the possibility of an allergic reaction.

  • The inks, or dyes, used for tattoo are color additives. Currently no color additives have been approved by FDA for tattoos, including those used those used in permanent makeup.

  • Blood donations cannot be made for a year after getting a tattoo or permanent makeup.


Health History and informed consent

The  following conditions may increase health risks associated with receiving body art:

  • Diabetes;

  • Hemophilia (Bleeding);

  • Skin diseases, lesions, or skin sensitivities to soaps, disinfectants etc.;

  • History if allergies or adverse reactions to pigments; dyes; or other sensitivities.

  • History of epilepsy, seizures, fainting, or narcolepsy;

  • Use of medications such as anticoagulants, (Such as coumadin) which thin the blood and/or interfere with blood clotting; and

  • Hepatitis or HIV infection.

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