TATTOO REMOVAL AFTERCARE

IT IS ESSENTIAL TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS AFTER YOUR MICROBLADING PROCEDURE:

Day One (day of the treatment):

Ointment will be applied to the treated area before leaving the studio.You should reapply with a clean cotton swab if the product is absorbed or accidentally removed. Thirty minutes post procedure you'll rinse with water only to remove the lymph from the skin and then reapply the ointment. Apply ointment with a cotton swab in a thin layer to coat the fresh lines. It does not take much.

 

Day Two-Nine:

Wash face as usual. Apply the ointment (or Aquaphor healing ointment if you run out of the ointment we gave you) to your eyebrows a minimum of 3-4 times daily. Apply with a cotton swab and use no aggressive movement or manipulation of the skin. Make sure your hands are completely clean before touching the area.

The following MUST BE AVOIDED during all nine days post-Microblading procedure:

  • Dekorative and hygienic cosmetics for 10-14 days on the affected area after the procedure. 

  • Practicing or playing of sports. 

  • Bathing with hot water (lower tempruture of the water).

  • Swimming.

  • Gardening.

  • Contact with Animals.

  • Any laser or chemical peelings, and/or any creams containing glycolic acid or Retin-A on the face.

  • Picking, peeling, or scratching of the scab you should allow it to fall off naturally.

  • High dust areas (garage or basement cleaning).

  • Solarium, Sun, Baths, Saunas, Pools for 2 weeks after the procedure.

  • Facial or body treatments for 3-6 weeks after the procedure.

  • Exercise and body or facial massages 7 days after the procedure.

  • Touching the eyebrow area except for when rinsing/cleansing and applying of aftercare

       treatment with a clean cotton swab.

 

Itching and flaking may appear during the first seven days post Tattoo removal procedure,

however, experience has shown that these symptoms can be reduced by following the above instructions. The healing of deeper wounds takes 6 weeks. 
Tattoo Removal takes multiple of sessions to remove the old pigments completly so you can do another procedure instead of the old one.

Signs and Symptoms that indicate the need for Medical Care:

Signs and/or symptoms of Infection include/but not limited to redness, swelling, tenderness of the procedure site, red streaks going from the procedure site towards the heart, elevated body temperature, or purulent drainage from the procedure site.

*Sun exposure, the use of retinoids, peels, laser treatments and other powerful

exfoliators can cause the pigmentation to fade prematurely.*

****Failure to follow aftercare instructions may result in infections, pigment loss or discoloration****