Updated: Jan 31
Here is your aftercare instructions for your healing process! I have provided step by step instructions on how to care for your brows after your appointment. Following this step by step process will ensure you have great healed results.
Day 1-2 : Blot brows with a cotton pad to remove any lymph that appears on your brows. Do NOT touch the healing pigmented area with your fingertips. They may have bacteria on them which can cause an infection
Wash your hands first then rub your hands together with antibacterial(fragrance free) soap. Lightly rub your hands through your brows going in one direction.
Rinse water over your brows until the soap is removed. Pat your brows dry with a paper towel.
Apply a rice sized amount of ointment two times per day for 10-14 days (morning and night).
*Avoid hot steaming shower directly on your brows.
Apply a rice sized amount of ointment two times per day for 10-14 days (morning and night). Important Notice
* Keep eyebrows dry
*Avoid soaking in water or heavy sweating for too long; ex: swimming, sauna, gym.
*Avoid facial, chemical peels, laser treatments on the treated area until they are fully healed.
* No makeup, eyebrow pencil, lotion or other facial products on the brows during the healing process
*No tanning, waxing or threading until they are fully healed.
*Do not scrub, scratch, or pick the treated site (cause of pigment loss).
What to Expect?
Immediately after, shape may appear uneven due to swelling.
*Eyebrows will appear darker and thicker
*Eyebrows will be dry and itchy (DO NOT scratch, rub or pick at it).
*They might start to crack, scab or flake off.
Eyebrows will look patchy and an even during healing process. It is absolutely normal. Please don’t panic.
* Scabs should be all gone
Sometimes eyebrows will appear as if there is no color. The remaining color has observed under the layer of skin and then the following week it will resurface a skin cells repaired. And 3 to 4 weeks, eyebrows will pair in true color. Eyebrow might still patchy or an even shape in in rare cases, pigment won’t retain well.
That’s why it’s so important to come back for a touchup. Any small corrections can be made at this visit.
Following these simple step by step instructions will ensure you will have an easy healing process. Please let me know if you have any questions! I can't wait to see your healed results!