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After care



  1. KEEP AREA CLEAN! Do not touch or rub your brows. Don’t cover or apply any ointment beside what has been instructed to you from us.

  2. DO NOT GET WET! When taking a shower, do not let your face get wet from the shower stream. If your brows accidentally get wet, pat dry gently with a paper towel and let them air dry. Keep forehead clean with facial wipes or a damp wash cloth. Below your eyebrows you can proceed with normal routine.

  3. APPLY OINTMENT! After 4 days from your treatment, start applying a small amount of aftercare ointment (Aquaphor) on each eyebrow with clean hands or a cotton swab. Spread a very thin layer of ointment every morning and night until all scabs has fallen off by themself. The treated area should no appear greasy, glossy or shiny (if so, you used too much ointment) as this can suffocate the skin and delay healing. Never apply ointment on wet or damp eyebrows. Continue applying ointment every day and night until your brows are no longer scabbing.

  4. DO NOT disrupt the scabbing process (no picking, peelings, scratching). All scabs need to fall off naturally. If you pick a scab off it will result with patchy brows and even can cause scarring. It is critical to keep the scabs on as long as possible to achieve optimum results.

  5. AVOID sweating - NO working out, exercising, playing sports. NO swimming, hot sauna, hot bath or jacuzzi. NO waxing, threading or hair removal of any kind. NO sun tanning or salon tanning. NO treatments, facial, laser, chemical treatments or peels, and/or any creams containing Retin-A or Glycolic acid (AHA) on the treated area.

  6. ONCE ALL SCABBING HAS FALLEN OFF you can return to normal routine.



After your brows are done scabbing, they may appear very light. This is completely expected and part of the normal healing process. It takes 4-6 weeks for your skin to heal and for the color to rise to the top layer of the skin.


Once completely healed, always apply a layer of sunscreen SPF30 or higher to avoid premature fading.


If you have any unexpected problems with the healing of the skin, please contact your artist immediately to discuss further instructions. These are signs of an infection and must be treated by a physician. Contact a physician if any signs or symptoms develop such as the following: fever, redness at the site, swelling, tenderness of the procedure site, elevated body temperature, red streaks going from the procedure site towards the heart, and/or any green/yellow discharge that is foul in odor.

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