Avoid getting water, lotion, soap, and makeup on the brow area for a week.
Avoid swimming, the jacuzzi, and the hot sauna for two weeks.
Avoid increased sweating, playing sports, exercising, and tanning for two weeks.
Avoid exposure to UV or UV-A rays for two weeks. No prolonged sun exposure.
Avoid laser and chemical treatments for two weeks, especially if they utilize Retin-A or Glycolic Acid.
Avoid picking, peeling, or itching the brow area for two weeks, especially when it starts to scab. The probably will look patchy.
Avoid intense cleaning when heavy amounts of airborne debris are inevitable.
Avoid excessive alcohol consumption for two weeks.
Avoid open-air vehicles for two weeks, such as convertibles, bicycles, motorcycles, and boats.
Avoid excess touching of the brow area, except when applying ointment or rinsing.
Avoid waxing, tweezing or grooming for 3 weeks.
After 4 days, apply the ointment from your aftercare bag every morning and night with clean hands and the pink disposable lip brush I supplied. Do this for 7 more days, or until scabbing has peeled.
Make sure you schedule your Perfecting Session, this is a mandatory appointment for the process! Trust me, you will need it, no matter what. The treatment will not be finished until after this appointment.
• Apply a THIN layer of the ointment with the pink applicator and clean hands.
• Keep your face away from the shower head. Don’t get them wet.
Remember, it will always be different for everybody. Itching and flaking may occur at any point. It is completely normal. It may have trace amounts of pigment in the flakes and look like the color just fell off. This is a normal part of the process. Experience has shown that by following these guidelines it will greatly reduce any symptoms during healing. The healing of the deeper strokes might last 14-21 days. Touch ups or corrections should never be preformed for at least 30 days, but I recommend 6 weeks.
Once healed completely, always wear a sunscreen of SPF 30 - SPF 50 when you will be out in the sun.