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Eyebrows

DAY 1 - Day of the procedure: Always wash your hands before doing each indicated cleaning. For oily skin: Clean every 30 minutes for the first three hours after the procedure, a total of six times. Using damp cotton (bottled water is recommended). Before going to sleep, clean the eyebrows with warm water and very carefully remove the lymph liquid, and pat dry. Apply Aquaphor (healing ointment). For dry skin: Clean every hour for the first three hours after the procedure, a total of three times using damp cotton (bottled water is recommended). Do not clean the eyebrows if you don’t see lymph liquid over them; otherwise, make sure they are a little bit wet before you go to sleep. Note: After the last cleaning, apply a tiny line of Aquaphor (healing ointment). It can be found in any grocery store without a prescription.

DAY 2 - For dry and oily skin: Clean your eyebrows one or more times if you notice during the night your skin eliminates the lymph liquid. Dry them out and apply a tiny line of healing ointment.

DAYS 3, 7, and 10: Each person has their own healing time; therefore, it is recommended to apply Aquaphor if the skin is crusted and even after its fall. The healing ointment will help to restore and regenerate the skin better and faster. From day 1 until day 7 or even a little longer (until the scabs are gone), avoid water on the eyes, makeup, and excessive sweating; also -- no saunas, no pools, no sunbathing, and do not PEEL the scabs at all; you may cause scarring. Do not apply anything besides Aquaphor (healing ointment) such as Vaseline, Antibiotic in cream, Neosporin, etc. Grapeseed oil may be used instead of Aquaphor. During four weeks after the procedure, it is better to not use creams that contain acids or ingredients that will lighten or exfoliate the skin. Touchup is recommended to be done eight weeks after the procedure to allow extra time so that the skin can heal completely.

Lips

DAY 1 - Day of the procedure: Always wash your hands before doing each indicated cleaning. It is very important to remove the lymph from the surface of the skin to avoid heavy scabbing. Right after the procedure, clean the lips with damp cotton (clean bottled water is recommended) every 30 minutes until bedtime. Before sleep, if the lips still got some dry lymph, then wash with warm water gently removing the dry lymph, pat dry, and apply Aquaphor (healing ointment). It can be found in any grocery store without a prescription in the kids’ section. Sometimes the lips can bruise even after the procedure; don’t worry! The bruising will go away within a couple of hours after the procedure.

DAY 2: The lips may be swollen the second day as well. Please do not put ice on the lips to try to reduce the swelling. Keep the lips moist at all times; do not let the lips get dry.

DAY 3: Keep applying the ointment as needed. As soon as the lips start feeling dry, apply the ointment. During Days 1 to 7 or even a little longer (until the scabs are gone), avoid water on the lips, makeup, excessive sweating, saunas, pools, and sunbathing; and do not PEEL the scabs at all. (You may cause scarring if otherwise.) Do not apply anything besides Aquaphor ointment such as Vaseline, antibiotic creams, Neosporin, etc. Grapeseed oil may be used instead of Aquaphor. During four weeks after the procedure, it is better to not use creams that contain acids or ingredients that will lighten or exfoliate the skin. Touchup is recommended to be done eight weeks after the procedure to allow extra time so that the skin can heal completely.

Eyeliner

DAY 1 - Day of the procedure: Always wash your hands before doing each indicated cleaning. Do not touch your eyes. Before going to sleep, you can apply ice by putting it on a cloth over your eyes. Ice cannot have direct contact with the eyes. Do not wash your eyes, and try to keep them dry. If your eyes are swollen, you should take Tylenol.

DAY 2: Usually, the eyes are swollen the day after the procedure. Some clients’ eyes might be more swollen than others. The eyes will go back to normal and will look better by the end of the second day.

DAY 3: If the skin starts to get dry, we recommend applying a tiny line of Aquaphor (healing ointment). It can be found in any grocery store without a prescription in the kids’ section. Do not apply too much ointment to avoid any allergic reaction, and always wash your hands before you apply Aquaphor. During Day 1 to day 7 or even a little longer (until the scabs are gone), avoid water on the lips, makeup, excessive sweating, saunas, pools, and sunbathing; and do not PEEL the scabs at all. (You may cause scarring if otherwise). Do not apply anything besides Aquaphor ointment such as Vaseline, antibiotic creams, Neosporin, etc. Grapeseed oil may be used instead of Aquaphor. During four weeks after the procedure, it is better to not use creams that contain acids or ingredients that will lighten or exfoliate the skin. Touchup is recommended to be done 8 weeks after the procedure to allow extra time so the skin can heal completely.

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