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Swelling and redness around the brows is very normal. However, if you are excessively swollen with one or both eyes very puffy and unable to open, or redness that does not subside by about day 4, contact the studio and go to urgent care to make sure you arent having an allergic reaction or possible infection. The sooner you are seen and treated, long term problem can be avoided and your brows can still heal properly. This occurance is very rare, but can happen.
*Gently wash your brows 3 days after your appointment with a gentle cleanser, lukewarm water, and a clean q-tip. Gently pat them dry with a clean tissue and leave them alone until 1 week following your procedure.
*(If moisture gets on your brows when showering, gently pat dry with a clean tissue after, but do not get your brows soaked, or allow the shower waterto directly flow onto the brows.)
Starting 7 days after your procedure, gently wash your brows DAILY in the same manner as day 3 until your next appointment,
Your aftercare balm or oil can be used starting on day 7 AS NEEDED. If you are feeling tight, dry, flaky, or itchy, you can use the balm throughout the day to help with the side effects of the healing process. If your brows feel fine after cleansing, leave them alone.
*Avoid all skincare products within 1" of the brow, and no retinol or glycolic acid on the forehead at all until healed.
*Avoid excessive sweating and dirt for 10 days following your procedure to avoid an infection.
*Wear a large hat or sunglesses to protect the ink during the healing process.
*DO NOT apply makeup or sunless tanner to the healing brows for 4 full weeks!If your brows become itchy, you may tap on them with clean fingers. Avoid touching your brows with unwashed hands, and DO NOT PICK at any flakes or dry skin. It will naturally fleck off gently during cleansing.
*Avoid submerging your face in the pool or ocean, and avoid saunas or hot steamy showers whle healing.
*Sunscreen can be used once fully healed and is encouraged to prolong the inks longevity,
*Please notify your technician if you are having an MRI thst you have permanent makeup.
*Avoid any laser or ILP treatments anywhere on or near the ink as this could cause a major burn or pigment loss.
*Wait 1 year after your tattoo to donate blood as per Red Cross policy.
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Moderate swelling is very normal directly after having a lips done. A clean cold compress can be applied for the first few hours following the procedure and the next morning if needed.
Keep the lips as hydrated as possible. Aquaphor or a provided balm should be applied as often as desired.
*The color will feel too bright during the begining of the healing process, and your lips will feel very tight and dry. The color will then fade quite a bit, and settle down very quickly. Just hydrate, keep them clean, and let them heal.
*Avoid teeth bleaching for a minimum of 3 weeks.
*Drink through a straw to keep the lips clean.
*Avoid all lipsticks and glosses.
*Avoid all soaps- wash arund the lips
*If you have a history of sores or fever blisters, ( EVEN ONE!) , on the lips, chin, or nose, you will require a script of 500mg valtrex. Take 2x a day, 2 days before tattoo and 4 days after or as otherwise prescribed.
*Always call with any questions or concerns, 508-799-8833
That depends on the folowing;
*The type of pigment being removed.
*How deep the pigment was placed.
*How saturated the pigment is.
*The client's skin type.
*The client's own healing process.
*The client's aftercare.
*How much pigment needs to be lightened or removed.
*Keep the area clean and open to the air. Do not cover with a band-aid or anything else. You should not be touching the area at all, but if you need to, it should be done with freshly washed hands.
*Clean by blotting the area with saline 3 to 4 times a day using a paper towel or gauze. NO ICE.
Do NOT soak the treated area in water. You can shower as normal, but keep the water from spraying you directly on the brows. It is best to keeep them dry, but if they get wet, gently pat dry with a clean tissue. Blot with saline immediately following a shower.
*No swimming, saunas, hot tubs, or tanning. No exceptions.
*Do not disrupt the scabbing process. The scabbing needs to fall off naturally. If you pick, you could cause scarring.
It is best to keep the scabs on as long as possible to achieve optimum results.
*USE VIT E OIL once all of the scabs have naturally fallen off. Use the oil 3-4 times a day for a minimum of 4 weeks. Do not apply until scabs are gone.
*Always call with any questions or concerns, 508-799-8833
Swelling varies client to client. It usually looks like you have been crying a bit directly following your procedure. The majority of the swelling will be gone within a few hours.
*Sleeping with your head slightly elevated will help to reduce puffiness much more quickly.
*A sealed ice bag can be applied for the first 2 days as needed. DO NOT PRESS agains the eyes.
Wash the eyes the first oring following the procedure with a mild soap like baby shampoo, or cetaphil. Rinse well and pat dry lightly with a tissue.
*Avoid contact with water for 7 days following the procedure after that single wash the day after.
On the 4th day following your procedure, aquaphor or a provided balm may be applied once daily for 4 days. Wipe excess with a clean q-tip.
*Avoid getting aquaphor or balm in your eyes as it could lead to an infection.
Avoid eye cream, moisturizers, lash tinting, lash extensions, and false eyelashes during the 2 weel heal time.
Eyelid may have slight pink or redhess above the eyeliner immediately following the procedure.
*EYEBALL SHOULD NOT BE RED. You must seek medical attention immediately if you see signs of bloodshot eyes or puss in the corner. It may be an infection. Always call with any questions or concerns. 508-799-8833