BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT
We need a great and smooth canvas (your eyebrow area) to achieve amazing results.
The eyebrow area needs to be strong, healthy, non-sensitive, and non-irritated. For best results the before care must be adhered to.
Here are our tips to prepare your skin for the procedure:
DO NOT tweeze/wax/pick/perform electrolysis 7 days before the procedure
DO NOT tan or have a sunburned face two weeks before
DO NOT have BOTOX 30 days before the procedure
DO NOT take Niacin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil, Prenatal Vitamins, Nutritional Shakes, Hair Skin & Nail Supplements 48 hours before the procedure (they are natural blood thinners)
DO NOT consume ALCOHOL 48 hours before your procedure (a blood thinner) numbing products will not work if there’s alcohol in your system
DO NOT drink CAFFEINE on the day of your microblading procedure (thins your blood)
DO NOT take any ASPIRIN or IBUPROFEN (Advil, Motrin) at least 48 hours before your appointment (they act as blood thinners)
Discontinue Retin-A at least 4 weeks prior and avoid on eyebrow area 3 weeks post procedure
Refrain from use of any Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) products close to the eyebrow area 2 weeks prior
DO NOT work out 24 hrs prior to your procedure.
Discontinue Glycolics, Retin-A or Retinol products 4 weeks before the scheduled appointment.
DO NOT use AHA skincare products close to the enhancement area 2 weeks prior to and after your procedure.
If you've had any cosmetic surgical procedures done on the face area, please wait TWO MONTHS to fully heal prior to the eyebrow tattoo procedure.
If there are any open wounds, pimples, bruises, or any other skin irritations on the area; please wait for them to be completely healed before attending the scheduled appointment.
Please contact immediately if rescheduling is necessary due to this matter.
No facials or chemical peels a week prior to the scheduled appointment.
If there are any exfoliation products at home, please use on the brow area a week prior to the appointment for the skin to take in the pigment(s) easily during the procedure.