Following the Before & After Care is essential, and doing so will help you get the most from your permanent makeup.
No tanning from exposure to sun and tanning bed
No Botox/Fillers near the eyebrow area
Don't use any forms of exfoliants (Vitamin A, AHA, BHA, etc.) near the eyebrow area
No facials, chemical treatments, microdermabrasion near the eyebrow area
Avoid blood thinning medication (Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Ibuprofen, Fish Oil)
Let your eyebrows rest, no shaping, waxing, tinting, threading
Don't drink any alcohol
Limit your caffeine intake, drink little to no coffee/tea (to help control bleeding)
If you need to exercise, please keep it light (no heavy sweating)
3-4 hours after the procedure, always wash your hands thoroughly before caring for your eyebrows, gently clean your permanent makeup eyebrows with the provided sterile saline wipes, then let dry, and follow by applying a thin coat of the provided healing cream.
Repeat the same process again before you go to bed (if it has been 3-4 hours since the last time).
Keep water away from your eyebrows on the first day.
Keep your permanent makeup eyebrows clean and moist, gently wash your eyebrows 2-3 times daily with lukewarm water and disposable cotton round or paper towel, then gently pat dry, and follow by applying a thin coat of the provided healing cream.
Limit exposure to the sun as much as possible.
Do not apply any cosmetics in the eyebrow area.
Avoid sweating, exercising, and using the sauna.
COMPLETE AFTERCARE GUIDE
What to do during the first 2 weeks (initial healing process).
What not to do during the first 2 weeks (initial healing process).
What to expect after the procedure, during the initial healing, and the end of the initial healing.