How to Take Care of Your Brows
Your journey to beautifully healed brows begins with proper aftercare.
Follow these aftercare instructions that serve as a step-by-step guide for you to best take care of your new brows, prevent infection, and to ensure that you get the best results possible.
DAILY CARE FOR 1 WEEK:
⁂ Apply a very thin layer of healing ointment throughout the healing process (only if needed), once a day for 7-10 days or until all scabs fall off. Please wash your hands before applying the product. Use a clean cotton swab to apply to prevent cross contamination. If you experience excessive itching, swelling or any blistering please stop the usage of your aftercare ointments and contact your technician immediately.
⁂ We recommend that you use a gentle facial cleanser to cleanse your skin. Preferably one that doesn’t contain AHA, glycolic, lactic acids, or Retin-A products as they will fade the pigmentation. Please do not cleanse directly on your new enhancement during the first week. Do not splash wash your face.
⁂ To prevent your enhancement from getting wet, apply a thick layer of Vaseline to your brows when washing your hair to prevent it from becoming wet. Gently wipe off the Vaseline with cotton swabs.
⁂ If your brows gets wet, gently pat the area dry using a clean tissue.
⁂ Please allow for the enhancement to naturally flake. It is also normal to experience itching. DO NOT PEEL, PICK, or RUB the enhancement as this will make it heal uneven and may cause infection.
⁂ Don’t undergo any skincare beauty treatments for at least 10 days after the application of your enhancement.
⁂ No make-up should be applied close to your enhancement during this time, same goes for lips or brows. Please also avoid any products that contain Aloe Vera or Vitamin E at this time.
AVOID FOR 2 WEEKS:
⁂ Please avoid having direct sunlight on your enhancement. No tanning treatments, jacuzzis, saunas, salt water, chlorine, or recreational bodies of water.
⁂ Do not tint, wax, or do peels, electrolysis, or laser hair removal treatments around the treated area.
⁂ The sun can damage and fade your treated area so take care of your enhancement by investing in a good sunscreen!
⁂ If you are thinking of having a chemical peel, laser procedure, or an MRI scan, consult the technician of your permanent cosmetics.
⁂ If you decide to donate blood within a year after your treatment notify the national blood service before as this can affect your ability to donate.
‣ Typically healing should take up to about 14-30 days. After the initial 14 days the color you have chosen will fade and begin to appear more natural.
‣ You may have some peeling on or around the third day. This is a normal part of the healing process on some people. Do not TOUCH, RUB or PICK the procedure area while it is healing (pigment might be removed along with the crusting tissue).
‣ Uneven color after the initial treatment is to be expected. New procedures are a two-step process and final results are sometimes not determined until the follow-up visit is completed. Do not judge your procedure while it is in the healing process. Follow-up appointments should be scheduled between 6 to 8 weeks after the initial procedure.