What should you do after microblading?
We have applied a liquid barrier that will stay on and protect your brows. Avoid getting anything on the brows, including water, except for cleansing as directed. You may blot for the first few hours with sterile gauze to remove any excess fluids, if necessary.
Cleansing: In 2-4 hours, wash lightly with slightly damp Q-tips and antibacterial or green soap (non-scented orange Dial soap is a great option). Repeat this very gently during days 1-4. When washing, it should be very gentle and with hardly any water. Do not attempt to remove the barrier film if it was applied. Allow it to come off naturally it is own time. Please avoid saturating brows with water. After the initial 3 days of washing, you may very sparingly apply balm to hydrate your brow area for dryness relief. Do not pick or rub the brows. The flakes must fall off on their own or you will risk removing the color and possibly scarring.
Do not soak the treated area in the bath, pool or hot tub. For 14 days, refrain from swimming in salt water or chlorinated pools, saunas, hot yoga, steam rooms or sun beds.
No exercise for 14 days. Or when exercising, wear a sweatband to avoid sweat on brow area.
Do not expose treated area to direct sunlight. Or use a sunscreen to avoid fading from the sun.
No makeup should be applied directly on the brows during the healing process.
Do not touch, rub, pick or scratch your brows following treatment or during healing process.
You may find that your eyebrows will scab or become slightly dry following the treatment. If they itch, DO NOT SCRATCH them. You may tap them to alleviate the itch.
If your eyebrows get wet during the healing process, pat them dry with a towel, DO NOT RUB.
Avoid using daily skincare products directly on the eyebrows.
If you are planning a chemical peel, or any other medical procedure, please inform therapist of the procedure you have had. Procedure should only be done once the healing process is complete.