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  • Please remember that the colour is up to 50% DARKER immediately after the treatment. It will start to become lighter after 4-7 days. The true healed colour will not come through until approximately 4-6 weeks after the initial treatment. During the healing process, the colour may seem to have disappeared as it is obscured by the healing layers of skin. Under no circumstance should you have any further permanent cosmetics work undertaken during  this 4-6 week period.

  • Ice packs protected with a cloth may be applied as necessary to reduce swelling

  • If you have had a lip treatment and suffer with cold sores presently (or at any time in the past), use an anti-herpes medication five times daily. Continue use for the next 7 days. This will help to prevent an outbreak, which could cause discomfort and scarring.

For the first day

Proper care following your treatment is necessary to achieve the best results.

  • Always wash your hands before applying the balm provided to you as part of your aftercare.

  • Apply the balm a minimum of 4 times daily. You should do this using a clean microbrush or clean cotton bud for each application (this will prevent cross-contamination)

  • We recommend you use the cleanser provided to clean the brows during the healing period

  • Keep hair away to prevent any infection

  • If the area gets wet, gently pat dry using clean lint-free tissue. Do not rub.

Daily aftercare routine

Follow this routine for at least 1 week following the treatment, or until it has healed.


During this period you also need to look after the treatment area in other ways:

  • Some itching is normal. Do not pick, peel or scratch the treated area. This may result in the colour healing unevenly and you could also risk scarring and infection. Allow the wound to flake on its own

  • Do not apply makeup until 72 hours after the treatment. If you have had an eye treatment, use a new mascara.

  • Do not expose the healing skin to extreme heat, cold or moisture for two weeks following your treatment. This can include direct sun, tanning beds, jacuzzis, saunas, salt water, chlorinated pools, direct shower spray, hot water, skin creams or oitments other than what you have been instructed to use.

  • Do not apply Vaseline type oitments to the area for a week after the treatment. After this time, oitments of this type can be applied and are recommended if you plan to use chlorinated pools and jacuzzis.

  • If you have had a lip treatment, you should also avoid eating spicy and salty foods, drink liquids through a straw, refrain from kissing. 

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