after care instructions.

Download a copy of After-Care Instructions here. 

What to Expect After the Procedure:

  • Swelling is minimal in most cases, but will disappear within 24 hours

  • You will experience a slight tight feeling around the eyebrows, it may feel just a little tender

  • Your eyebrows may feel slightly itchy 

  • If redness occurs, it will go away within 24 hours

After Care Instructions:

Day Of:

  • Gently dab your eyebrows with a clean tissue every few hours

Day 1-7 Cleansing:

  • Twice a day, with a gentle cleanser (Cetaphil, Aquaphor, Neutrogena or Dial antibacterial soap), softly rub brows in a circular motion and rinse
  • Pat gently until brows are dry – DO NOT WIPE OR RUB
  • If you are scabbing and flaking, you may dab your eyebrows with a damp cotton pad to clean it instead

Day 1-7 Moisturizing:

  • Twice a day, apply a rice-grain size amount of ointment on each brow with a clean cotton tip
    • Do not over apply – this will suffocate your eyebrows and ruin your healing
    • Ointment should not be visible when applied
  • Do not apply ointment on wet or damp eyebrows - ensure your eyebrows are FULLY dry before applying
  • Continue until your scabs have all fallen off naturally


*  *  *  *  *  IMPORTANT  *  *  *  *  *

When Showering:

  • Apply a thick layer of ointment on your eyebrows to protect it from getting wet
  • Be careful to not directly get water onto the brow area
  • Avoid long and steamy showers until scabs have fallen of
  • After your shower, gently remove or pat the thick layer of ointment to a very thin layer


Please Avoid and Refrain from:

  • Touching or picking at your brows - it can cause scarring and affect the outcome!
  • Getting your eyebrows submerged in water for too long - when showering, ensure to protect it with a thick layer of ointment 
  • Excessive sweating, swimming and tanning for at least 14 days
  • Face scrubs, chemical peels or botox for at least 14 days after
  • Wearing makeup on your eyebrows for a minimum for 14 days. Your tattoo is an open wound, using makeup may cause infections! 


enjoy the joy of waking up made up!