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AFTER CARE

 

Please note that you may experience some swelling for several days after the procedure. A small scab can form after the treatment but will fall off in a few days. You should apply petroleum jelly or Vit A ointment to prevent dryness. Do not use anything else to accelerate the healing process. Stay out of chlorinated pools, saunas and sun beds until area has healed.

 

* DO NOT PANIC, THE COLOR WILL LIGHTEN

 

Eyebrows:

1. Dryness and itching in the treated area

2. Flaking

3. Tenderness

 

Eyeliner:

1. Eyelashes may stick together the next morning

2. Puffy eyelids for 2 or 3 days

3. Tenderness

4. Redness or mild bruising around the eyes

5. Itchiness (if poor hygiene is used, an infection can occur and  medical treatment may be necessary)

6. Swelling, if swelling lasts beyond two days, remove all ointments and keep dry

 

Lip Liner & Full Lip Color:

1. Dryness in the treated area

2. Fever blisters or cold sores (Treat with Zivoraz cream or tablets)

3. Scabbing

4. Pat ointment onto lips, rubbing ointment onto lips may remove pigment

 

YOU MUST FOLLOW THIS REGIMEN OF DAILY CARE:

1. Do not touch the treated areaunless applying ointment. No scratching, rubbing or picking of the treated area.

2. Do not apply makeupaaround the treated area until healed

3. If your lashes are sticking together, moisten with distilled water and remove residue

4. Apply ointment many times a day (I think it is best keeping it moist all of the time) on a treated area until peeling or sloughing occurs: brows three days, eyeliner 3 to 5 days, lips until healed

5. If you wear hard contact lenses you may then one day after procedure

6. Artificial tears may be used

7. Touch ups may be done 21 days after procedure, but no sooner

8. Always wear a sunblock (15 or stronger) when outdoors

 

* Within 3 weeks the final effect of your permanent makeup will be obtained