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Pre & Post Care

Lip Blush Care

Pre Care:

Six Months Before Treatment:
  • Stop any Acutane use
Two Months Before Treatment:
  • No fillers two months prior to procedure; fillers are best recommended One (1) Month after touch up appointment
  • Stop use of fish oil, vitamin A, vitamin E
One Week Before Treatment:
  • No Waxing of lip area
  • See a doctor for antiviral script if have had any previous cold sores/ fever blisters take Three (3) days before and after procedure to prevent outbreaks
  • Use a lip scrub every day for seven (7) days leading up to procedure.
  • Moisturize with Aquaphor lip balm
24 Hours before Treatment:
  • No alcohol
  • No aspirin
  • No caffeine/ energy drinks
  • Keep lips hydrated by keeping aquaphor on until appointment time.
  • Avoid exercise¬†

Reschedule Procedure if skin is chapped, open, or cracked; as the procedure will not be able to be performed

Post Treatment :

  • Do Not Wet for 24 hours
  • Use Aquaphor after 24 hours two (2) times a day
  • Do not eat hot or spicy food
  • Drink out of straw
  • Take antiviral medication
  • Do not use lip make up 5-7 days post-procedure
  • Do not touch

Post Care:

For the first 7 days following treatment:
  • Avoid creams (except Aquaphor)
  • Avoid applying makeup around lip region
  • Avoid workouts that involve excessive sweating
  • Saunas
  • Facials
  • Steam rooms
  • If taking Antiviral Medication, continue taking for Three (3) days post-procedure
For the next 30 days avoid:
  • Sun Tanning
  • Tanning Beds
  • Laser Therapy
  • Chemical Peels
  • Fruit Acids
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Creams that contain regeneration factors
  • Lips 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.
  • Pigment may lighten 30-70%
  • Lip swelling is a normal part of the procedure and will reduce with time
  • Always protect your skin from the sun, using a sun protection cream
  • Use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to faster pigment fading.