The final results of your healed 3D brows depend on many things such
as your skin type and condition. However, proper aftercare is
essential to ensure the best possible outcome!
Directly After Your Procedure
Your brows may bleed slightly or release some lymph fluid in the hours after your treatment. Don't worry! Gently blot the area with a clean, dry tissue every few minutes to keep them dry and let them air out.
The Next Seven Days
Wash your hands often while your brows are healing. NEVER touch healing brows with unwashed hands!
It is important that you compress, wash, and moisturize your brows one to three times a day in the week following your appointment. Here's how to do it:
Run two paper towels (one for each brow) under
warm water and ring out so they are just damp. Gently press the warm
compresses down on brows (no rubbing or wiping) and hold for approximately 10 seconds. Repeat.
I will provide you with a special cleanser. To wash, put one drop of cleanser in our palm and emulsify with a few drops of water. Wash your brows with your fingertips in a gentle, circular motion. Use a damp paper towel to blot and gently wipe brows clean.
Note: If you have more oily skin or your skin is secreting a lot of lymph fluid, you may need to compress and wash more than once.
I will provide you with an ointment to moisturize your brows with after washing. Only a rice kernel size of ointment is needed to cover the brow with a thin breathable layer. DO NOT over apply ointment! Suffocating the brows may result in excessive weeping and slower healing. Keep a thin layer of ointment on brows continually.
Other important notes:
Don't pick at any scabbing or dry skin – this could cause loss of pigment or scarring.
Avoid direct sun exposure or tanning for four weeks after procedure. Wear a hat outdoors!
No facials, botox, chemical treatments, or microdermabrasion for four weeks after treatment.
Sleep with a fresh pillowcase and avoid sleeping on your face.
Avoid heavy sweating and long, hot showers for the first 10 days after your appointment.
Don't soak in hot tubs or swim in lakes, pools, or the ocean for two weeks after the procedure.