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After Care

Follow These Guidelines

For The Best Results

Day 1 - 7, while scabbing, avoid the following:

X  Water

X  Lotion

X  Rubbing

X  Touching

X  Direct Sunlight

X  Makeup on Treated Area

Day 4, apply a rice grain amount of aftercare ointment on a cotton swab with clean hands. Spread a VERY THIN layer of the ointment across the treated area every morning and night. The treated area should not appear greasy, glossy, or shiny (if so, you used too much) as this can suffocate the skin and delay healing. Never apply ointment on wet or damp tattoo. Continue applying ointment until your brows are no longer scabbing.

PLEASE KEEP IN MIND:

After your brows are done scabbing, they may appear very light. This is completely expected and part of the normal healing process. It takes 4-6 weeks for your skin to heal and for the color to rise to the top layer of the skin.

Once completely healed, always apply a layer of sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) to prevent premature fading.

The following must be avoided for 14 days post-treatment:

X  Touching the eyebrow area, except for applying the post-care ointment with a cotton swab.

X  Sun tanning or salon tanning.

X  Picking, peeling, or scratching the treatment area. This will help you avoid scarring or early removal of the pigment.

X  Performing tasks related to heavy household cleaning, such as garage or basement cleaning where there is a lot of airborne debris.

X  Waxing, threading or hair removal of any kind.

X  Swimming, hot sauna, hot bath, or jacuzzi.

X  Any laser chemical treatments or peels, and/or any creams containing Retin-A or Glycolic acid (AHA) on the treated area.

X  Sweating - Working out, exercising, playing sports.

X  Drinking alcohol in excess, it may slow the healing process.

If you have any unexpected problems with the healing process, please contact us at:
(562)695-2482 or email: salon@zarioshairsalon.com
to discuss further instructions.

 

Contact a physician if signs or symptoms develop such as fever, swelling, extreme tenderness, elevated body temperature, and/or any green/yellow discharge that is foul in odor.