Sandy Saechao


After Your Procedure

14 days following application of semi- permanent cosmetics:

1.  Apply a thin layer of ointment five times a day for five days following the procedure, using a clean cotton swab or q-tip; not your fingertips.  For oily skin, minimize to twice a day for five days.  Do not over apply.

2.  After 24 hours, gently wash your brows with a mild cleanser, gently pat dry with a clean new cotton swab and reapply the ointment.   Ointment to follow for the next four days stated above.

3.  Do not immerse brow area in water for 14 days. When showering, or washing face, make sure to avoid brows and clean around it.  If your brows get wet, just gently pat dry with a clean cotton swab.

4.  Do not soak treated area in bath, swimming pool or hot tub.  Do not swim in fresh, salt or chlorinated pool water.

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

6.  Do not expose treated area to the sun. *Sunblock to follow after the procedure has healed to prevent future fading of pigment.

7.  Do not put makeup on the brow area for a minimum of 10 days.   Microblading area is an open wound, using makeup may cause infection.  The skin is not considered fully healed until your four week touch up, (30 days) of a full cycle of cellular regeneration.

8.  Avoid alcohol consumption, aspirin, ibuprofen, and or any medications that may thin your blood 24 hours after procedure.

9.  No facial scrubs, chemical peels, or electrolysis at least 2 weeks after your procedure.

10.  Do not resume twee-zing or waxing of hair removal for a week after the procedure.

11.  Do not exercise for 14 days. 

Enjoy your semi-permanent cosmetic!

* Failure to follow post- treatment instructions may cause loss of pigment, discoloration, or infection.  Remember, colors appear brighter and more sharply defined following procedure.  As the healing progresses, color will soften.  Final result cannot be determined until healing is complete, and a 30- 60 day touch-up procedure is made.