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Allow eyebrows seven to ten days to heal.  It is normal for the eyebrows to look patchy during the healing process. Don't worry if the strokes have disappeared, it takes the pigment roughly 4 weeks to resurface. During the healing process, the eyebrows will appear bold, the colour will drop by 40 percent, and thickness by 15 percent when healed.

Post-treatment care contributes to 70 percent of the treatment's success.  Following careful instructions will give you the best possible results for your skin type and promote good healing.

On the day of the treatment

  • Gently dab freshly tattooed with a damp cotton pad to remove all the lymph and previously applied cream.

  • Apply a very thin layer of aftercare cream.

  • Repeat the above process 3-5 times a day to keep the wound clean and avoid scab formation.

Next 7 days

  • Maintain facial hygiene and apply a thin layer of cream after gently washing your face or having a shower. You can only use neutral children's soap.

  • Apply a very thin layer of aftercare cream 3-5 times a day.

What to avoid during the healing process?


​In the first 7 days, you should:

  • not pick, scratch, or peel the healing area,

  • not apply any make-up or products on eyebrows, except the protective aftercare cream,

  • avoid sleeping on the face 

  • avoid direct sun exposure 

  • avoid working out to prevent sweating 

  • avoid facial massage, facial steaming, and sauna.

In the next 30 days, you should avoid sunbathing, solarium, light therapies, chemical peelings, fruit acids, microdermabrasion, and creams that contain regeneration factors. 

Use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to faster pigment fading,  Always protect the eyebrows from the sun with SPF cream, but not during the first 7 days.


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