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AfterCare DONT’S

 

 

During Days 1 to 10:

  • Avoid water, makeup on the area, excessive sweating, exercising, sauna, pools, sun exposure, tanning beds, chemical peels and peeling the scabs.

  • Only apply provided after care ointment (or you can use Aquaphor or Grapeseed oil needed).

  • Avoid using antibiotic creams or neosporin.

 

For 4 weeks after the procedure:

  • Avoid creams with acids or skin-lightening ingredients.

  • Avoid facials, laser or peels.

  • The touch-up can be done 6 weeks later.

 

Itching and flaking may occur in the first 7 days, but following these instructions can help alleviate these symptoms.

 

 

Eyebrow AfterCare Instructions 

 

Day 1:

  • Clean the skin every 60 min. for the first 3 hours using a damp cotton pad.

  • Wash hands before each cleaning.

  • Before bed, gently wash with lukewarm water again.

Day 2:

  • Keeping eyebrows dry. No Water, No Ointment 

Day 3:

  • Apply a super thin layer of ointment 1-2 times a day for 5-10 days. Oily skin may not need it.

  • Keep the ointment for your touch up

 
What to Expect After Your Procedure:

 

  • The entire healing process can take up to 4 weeks.

  • Your new eyebrows will go through different phases during the healing cycle.

  • Immediately after the procedure, the pigment will appear natural, while Powder Brows may be darker and will soften up later.

  • The pigment may appear darker the next day.

  • After the recovery period, the brows may appear lighter than the original. This is normal and may give the impression that the colour is fading too quickly.

  • Some customers may develop bald spots or lose original hair strokes, making the brows look uneven. This is why a touch-up after 6 weeks is often necessary.

  • During the healing process, there may be dandruff flakes or dry skin, which is just superficial colour and dry skin being naturally removed from your eyebrows.

  • The final look of your eyebrows will be apparent approximately 30 days after the procedure.

  • After 14 days of complete healing, use SPF  on brows help with colour retention.

  • When using foundation, be cautious to avoid applying it over your healed eyebrows to prevent them from appearing lighter. 

  Lips AfterCare Instructions 

 

The day of the procedure

  • 30 minutes after the treatment, please clean the lips with damp cotton pad in gentle motion.

  • Repeat Step 1 EVERY HOUR until bedtime.

Day 2 to 7

  • The lips may be swollen the second day as well but please do not ice the lip's skin.

  • Keep the skin moist at all times by applying provided ointment or Aquaphor and avoid drying the lips.

  • Drink from the straw for first 2-4 days.

  • Avoid spicy food

  • Do not peel the scab during healing. Until the scabs are gone, avoid getting the lips wet, or putting on any lipstick or makeup and only apply ointment. 

  • No excessive sweating. No sauna, no pools, and no sunbathing. During the 4 week healing period, it's not recommended to use creams that contain acids or ingredients that will lighten or exfoliate the skin.

  • A touch up is recommended no sooner than 7 weeks later to allow extra time for the lips to heal

 

Eyeliner AfterCare Instructions 

 

The day of the procedure

  • On the day of the procedure, do not touch your eyes and this includes keeping the eye area dry and avoid washing them. Before going to bed, you can ice the eyes by applying a clean towel or cloth over them. To reduce puffiness and tenderness, you may take a Tylenol.

Day 2 to 3

  • It's normal for the eyes to be swollen for a couple of days after the procedure. Everyone's skin differs and some clients may swell more than others. If you feel tenderness in our eyelid, apply a THIN layer of ointment . Please note that it's still important to keep your eyes dry.

Day 4 - 7 or even longer and until all the scabs are gone)

  • Avoid water, makeup, excessive sweating, no sauna, no pools, no sunbathing, and most importantly, do not peel off the scabs, as this may cause scarring. 

  • 4 weeks after the procedure, it is recommended to avoid using creams that contain acids or ingredients that will lighten or exfoliate the skin. For the touch-up procedure, it is best done after 6 weeks to allow extra time for healing

  • Its normal for some clients to loose more pigment than normal. Everyone has different healing retention. 

 

 

 

Safety Precautions and When to Seek Medical Attention:

  • Contact a physician if any signs or symptoms develop and do not improve within 24 hours.

  • Look out for fever, redness, swelling, tenderness at the procedure site, elevated body   temperature, or any green/yellow discharge with a foul odour .

  • If needed, you can take Tylenol to relieve pain.

 

Ieva Oliveira

Permanent Beauty by Ieva

(416) 804-6749

www.permanentbeautybyieva.com

 

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