Dab skin dry with a clean paper towel or tissue, of all lymphatic fluid every 15-20 mins for the first couple of hours after the procedure. This will allow for the skin to heal with minimal scabs.
Wash morning and night for 7-10 day or until scabs have fallen off, with provided ink soap. Wash within 4 hours of getting brows done. (Make sure to wash outside the shower. look in the mirror while washing so you can make sure to be extra gentle. Only wipe gently in the direction of hair growth, no circles or hard rubbing. Rinse with warm or cool water, and pat dry with clean paper towel.)
Apply provided healing ointment to brows in the direction of hair growth with clean hands or a clean Q-tip 2-3 times a day for 7-10 days or until the scabs have fallen off independently. You only need the size of a grain of rice which will cover both brows. Do not use too much!
Keep dry (besides washing with ink soap and applying ointment) until completely healed (meaning no scabbing or flaking left) usually around 10 days.
Clients still need to keep dry in the shower… steamy hot showers will cause the pores to open and scabs to soften, so to be cautious, no extra steamy hot showers!!! avoid the water, especially shampoo and conditioner running down, that will cause color discoloration!
No excessive sweating (no sauna, hot tub, pool, ocean, etc.)
Do not pick, rub or scratch scabs! Avoid sleeping on face.
Avoid direct sun exposure for 2 weeks.
No Anti-aging or acne products on them EVER! This will cause fading very quickly and pigment to ash out or turn red. (This is anything with chemical exfoliants such as retinol, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, etc.)
Once brows are healed, make sure to apply sunscreen on them anytime you are outside for your brows to last as long as possible!
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