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Pre & Post Care

Eyeliner Care

Pre Care: This service is Not Recommended to those who have had Lasik Eye Surgery

Pre Care:

Six Months Before Treatment:
  • Stop any Acutane use
Two Months Before Treatment:
  • Stop any chemical peels
  • Stop laser treatments
  • Stop dermabrasion or any other intense treatments
One Month Before Treatment:
  • Stop any tanning
  • Stop use of fish oil, vitamin A, vitamin E
  • Stop Retin A treatment
  • Fillers or Botox can not be done within a month of procedure 
  • Pause any serums or treatments on procedure site
One Week Before Treatment:
  • No waxing/ threading
24 Hours before Treatment:
  • No alcohol
  • No aspirin
  • No caffeine/ energy drinks
  • Do not apply any skincare to procedure site
  • Avoid exercise

Post Treatment :

No Make up around eye for 5 days, after 5 days only use clean brushes and fresh mascara

Do not pick scabbing

Dry heal for five (5) days:

  • Do not wet eye area
  • Do not apply any creams
  • Do Not Touch eye area

Eyes will be visibly swollen into the next day due to the sensitivity of the skin. Please plan accordingly as most clients will not be going to work, parties, plans in the day(s) following

 

Post Care:

For the first 7 days following treatment:
  • Avoid creams
  • Avoid applying make up around eye region
  • Avoid workouts that involve excessive sweating
  • Saunas
  • Facials
  • Steam rooms
For the next 30 days avoid:
  • Sun Tanning
  • Tanning Beds
  • Laser Therapy
  • Chemical Peels
  • Fruit Acids
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Creams that contain regeneration factors
PLEASE NOTE:

SWELLING WILL BE IMMEDIATE AND APPARENT FOR AT LEAST TWENTY FOUR (24) HOURS AFTER PROCEDURE.
PLEASE PLAN YOUR DAYS ACCORDINGLY

Liner will appear darker and bolder due to natural scabbing and healing for the first ten (10) days. This is very common for all permanent cosmetic procedures.

Always protect your Permanent Make up from the sun, using a sun protection cream

Use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to faster pigment fading.