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Before & After Care

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Permanent Eyebrows, Eyeliner, Lips, Areola Restoration, Scar Camouflage & Tattoo Removal

What to Expect

Expect some swelling, redness and tenderness at the treatment site. Colors appear brighter and more sharply defined immediately following the procedure.  As healing progresses, the color will soften. A touch-up procedure may or may not be necessary.  Final results cannot be determined until healing is complete.  

How to care for your permanent makeup

Immediately following your procedure

Apply ice to the treated area for 10-30 minutes. Ice helps reduce swelling and aids in healing.

14 days following permanent cosmetics

Gently Cleanse the intradermal cosmetic area with a mild antibacterial soap. You may rinse with water and lightly pat the area dry.Use a clean cotton swab to apply Petroleum/Aquaphor sparingly twice a day for seven days following the procedure (do not use your fingertips).Use sterile bandages and dressings when necessary (mainly for areola procedures).

What to Avoid

Do not rub or pick at the epithelial crust; allow it to flake off on its own. There should be absolutely no scrubbing or use of cleansing creams and chemicals.

Do not use any retinol products for 2 weeks after the treatment.

Do not expose the treated area to full pressure of the water in the shower.Do not soak the treated area in bath, swimming pool or hot tub. Do not swim in fresh salt or chlorinated water. Avoid hot steamy showers.

Do not expose the treated area to the sun.Discontinue eyebrow and eyelash enhancers until 2 weeks after treatment (ex. Latisse, Revitalash, Vistalash etc.)

Do not use mascara or eyelash curler for 7 days post procedure. When you resume using, purchase a new tube (the old tube may have bacteria on it).

Touch Up Policy

Touch-up procedures must be made between 2 and 6 weeks following your procedure. A $100 disposal fee is required on the day of your touch-up treatment. Any touch-up appointment book after 6 weeks is subject to standard pricing.

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Failure to follow post-treatment instructions may cause loss of pigment, discoloration or infection.

At the first sign of infection, we advise you to consult your physician immediatelyDonating blood is not an option for year following your procedure per the American Red Cross

Areola and camouflage procedures cannot be guaranteed.  Treatments vary from patient to patient.

Color Selection for the Areola Restoration Procedure

  1. Since delicate skin or sensitive areas may swell slightly, or redden, it is advised not to make social plans for the same day.  Lip liner may appear “crusty” for up to one week.

  2. Please wear your normal make-up to the procedure.  If you are having lips or brows done, please bring your favorite pencils.

  3. If unwanted hair is normally removed in the area to be treated, i.e.; tweezing or waxing, the hair removal should be done at least 24 hours prior to your procedure. Electrolysis should not be done within five days of the procedure.  Do not resume any method of hair removal for a week after the procedure.

  4. If eyelashes or eyebrows are normally dyed, do not have that procedure done within 48 hours of this procedure.  Wait one week after the eyebrow or eyeliner procedure before dying lashes or brows.

  5. If you wear contact lenses and are having the eyeliner done, do not wear your lenses to your appointment and do not replace them until the day after the procedure.

  6. If you are having the eyeliner procedure done, as a safety precaution, in case of watering or swelling, we recommend that you have someone available, or accompany you, who could drive you home if you so decide, or if it is necessary.

  7. If you are having lip liner done and have had previous problems with cold sores, fever blisters, or mouth ulcers, the procedure is likely to re-activate the problem. Your Intradermal Cosmetic Technician can make recommendations to help prevent or minimize the outbreak.

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