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Aftercare

Aftercare is essential for your health and the longevity of your procedure. You will receive the information below in writing and explained in person at the time of your appointment. You will also receive an entire aftercare kit with everything you need for the healing process. 


If you have any allergies please let me know when you book. 

Aftercare Instructions

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For your comfort please skip Caffeine, Alcohol and or Blood Thinners for at least 48 hours. These items cause the skin to not accept the procedure well. Also they prevent the Numbing cream from working as well and you will be very sensitive.


Do Not stop taking any medications without providing written approval from your Medical Provider. 

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Every 30 minutes for the next 3 hours you will need to wet dab and then dry dab. 

How to Wet Dab:

  • Use a tissue from aftercare kit and put a small amount of sterile (bottled) water on one side of a tissue. 

  • Lightly Dab your eyebrows just enough to loosen up any dried *Lymph off. 

  • Dry Dab Immediately After.

How to Dry Dab:

  • Use a tissue from aftercare kit and lightly Dab any water or Lymph off of your eyebrows. 

 

Repeat Every 30 Minutes for the first 3 Hours

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Gently Wash With Mild Antibacterial Soap & Water. Use a non-scented soap or one without any extra moisturizing.

Dab Dry. Do Not Rub, Pick or Scrub your new Semi Permanent Makeup tattoo.

Wait 10 Minutes to determine if you are no longer releasing Lymph. If you are, continue to wet/dry dab in 30 minutes and then wash in another hour. If dry move on to next step.

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Using freshly cleaned fingers, apply a very small amount of healing ointment. 

If you see any shine, please lightly dab the extra ointment off. 

Aromatheapy Oils

Gently Wash With Antibacterial Soap & Water twice a day for 10 days. 
 
Apply a small amount of healing ointment. Blot off any excess ointment. You just want to keep your eyebrows slightly moist but not too much to where the ointment creates a barrier. If the ointment is on too much and oxygen cannot get through your eyebrows will not heal properly. 

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Direct sunlight, Wearing any make up on your eyebrows, Sweating, Saunas Submerging your eyebrows in water