DIRECTIONS

  1. DO keep area clean and open to the air. Keep area dry and let it scab.
  2. DO NOT soak the area in water or let the area stay wet for more than a few seconds.Submerging the face in water (such as in swimming, hot tub, bath or shower) is not recommended for 7-10 days following the procedure. Scabs should not get soggy.
  3. DO NOT touch area with dirty hands as this can cause infection.Dab with alcohol if necessary to clean the brows.
  4. DO NOT apply makeup, cleansing creams, or chemicals on the procedure area until it is completely healed.

SCABBING

  1. Scabs usually appear around the 3rd day; healing process is complete when scabs are gone, usually 7 -10 days.
  2. DO NOT PICK at the epithelial crust (scab) during the healing process or it can affect the removal process.
  3. DO NOT disrupt the scabbing process. Scabs should fall off naturally. Scabs will pull the pigment out. If a scab is picked off too soon it can leave scarring.
  4. If area is itchy you may take a benadryl. It is better not to put anything on the treated area.

SUN BATHING/TANNING

  1. Do not expose treated area to direct sunlight during the healing process.
  2. After healing, use sunscreen to prevent skin irritation.

REMOVAL SESSIONS

Tattoo removal can often require multiple sessions. How many sessions needed depends on pigment saturation, depth and density. You can expect color to lighten up approximately 10-20% per procedure. A follow up session can NOT be scheduled for at least 30 days following the initial procedure.

SWELLING
Swelling (like you have been crying) is normal for a few days. If it persists past 2 days, please call immediately. Benadryl can be taken to reduce swelling if needed as well.
Apply ice in a clean sanitary zip lock bag to treated area for 10-30 minutes to reduce swelling 2 or 3 times a day as needed. The less swelling that you have, the better that your skin will take the color.

SCABBING
Sometimes it looks more like mascara flakes. This is normal. Do not pick at the epithelial crust (scab) during the healing process or it can remove the color, resulting in the need for touchup. Allow the scabs to fall off naturally.
Scabs usually appear around the 3rd day. The healing process is complete when it is done scabbing.

SUN BATHING/TANNING
Do not expose treated area to direct sunlight during the healing process.

COLOR
Remember that colors appear brighter, darker and more sharply defined immediately following the procedure. As the healing progresses, color will soften and look more natural, lightening 20% for eye.
The color does not stabilize for 4 weeks.

AFTER Cosmetic EYELINER Procedure: Healing time averages 5 days

Do not stretch the outside area or your eye if you got the corners connected or you can cause the pigment to migrate.

No mascara, no lash enhancer, make up, cleansing creams, chemicals, or water on eyes for 5 days.
Apply a thin layer of ointment with a clean Q Tip on eyeliner the first 2 nights to prevent eyes from sticking together.

*Any touch up appointments must be made 4 weeks after initial procedure to ensure proper healing and prevent scarring.

You will receive a copy of this form following your procedure.
SWELLING
Swelling (like you have been crying) is normal for a few days. If it persists past 2 days, please call immediately. Benadryl can be taken to reduce swelling if needed as well.
Apply ice in a clean sanitary zip lock bag to treated area for 10-30 minutes to reduce swelling 2 or 3 times a day as needed. The less swelling that you have, the better that your skin will take the color.

SCABBING
Sometimes it looks more like mascara flakes. This is normal. Do not pick at the epithelial crust (scab) during the healing process or it can remove the color, resulting in the need for touchup. Allow the scabs to fall off naturally.
Scabs usually appear around the 3rd day. The healing process is complete when it is done scabbing.

SUN BATHING/TANNING
Do not expose treated area to direct sunlight during the healing process.

COLOR
Remember that colors appear brighter, darker and more sharply defined immediately following the procedure. As the healing progresses, color will soften and look more natural, lightening 20% for eye.
The color does not stabilize for 4 weeks.

AFTER Cosmetic EYELINER Procedure: Healing time averages 5 days

Do not stretch the outside area or your eye if you got the corners connected or you can cause the pigment to migrate.
No mascara, no lash enhancer, make up, cleansing creams, chemicals, or water on eyes for 5 days.
Apply a thin layer of ointment with a clean Q Tip on eyeliner the first 2 nights to prevent eyes from sticking together.

Any touch up appointments must be made 4 weeks after initial procedure to ensure proper healing and prevent scarring.