After Care Instructions - P M U
* to be followed for original procedure and all touch ups *
Apply a THIN layer of cream (provided) to the treated area a minimum of one time per day for the following week, or whenever the area feels dry. More applications may be needed.
Keeping the area moisturized and soothed is important for color retention.
Oily skin types can apply cream every other day since their skin has an overproduction of oils. Apply cream in the event it feels dry.
Stay out of the sun. Tanned or burned skin will affect the healed result.
Keep water off your brows for at least 24 hours. After 24 hours, you may lightly wipe with a cloth and mild cleanser but DO NOT rub or force clean your brows.
Do not use any face creams, exfoliates, or harsh cleansers on the area during the healing process (4 weeks).
Normal activity can be resumed immediately. We recommend that heavy exercise such as aerobic dancing, weight lifting, etc. be delayed for approximately one week following the procedure. Body heat and sweat can blur your strokes.
Your procedure will begin to oxidize immediately and during the next 3-4 days. This causes pigment to become darker. Do not be alarmed, this dark color will either flake off or fade back to the color that was first implanted (during the 1st five minutes of the procedure).
Do not pick any scabs or dry areas that may form during the healing process, this may cause you to lose color or damage your skin.
Over the next two to three weeks, the pigment intensity will lighten by up to 50%. Ensure you have scheduled your top up appointment as Microblading is a 2-stage treatment which will make sure faded areas are touched up and balanced.
Your brows will not be touched up or “worked” on less than 4 weeks from the initial service.
Smoking can affect the healing of your area as well as the final resulted color.
Do not have injections for 3 weeks after the service (or 3 weeks before touch up service)
Area will become uneven or discolored during healing. You may apply a pencil or powder to area after the area is fulling closed (typically 10 days) your touch up session will address color and balance.
Text or call your technician with questions
When to call your Doctor? I’m not a physician, so it is not up to me to tell you when to call a doctor. However, if you are feeling uncomfortable, there is any kind of oozing, or you can’t get the swelling to reduce with cold compresses, let your doctor know what you have received and when, and let them tell you what they would like for you to do.