Microblading Aftercare


Please be patient, for the final result may take up to 5-10 weeks

Please follow these instructions to ensure proper healing and color retention. Please note that color appears darker for a few days after your treatment. Do not worry, this is temporary. Color will soften and will appear more natural as the healing progresses, we promise! It is normal to experience peeling of pigment. Fading or loss of pigment may occur during healing, in fact, it is expected, especially for your first treatment! Do not pick. Allow it to fall off naturally.


STEP 1: 1 HOUR AFTER YOUR TREATMENT rinse very gently with a neutral ph unscented soap (Cetaphil) and warm water. Remove all the lymph. Dab the area dry with a clean cotton pad and reapply a very thin layer of the Aftercare card. Avoid getting the area wet for additional 7 days other than the normal required post-care cleansing process. Repeat this step every hour for the first day of your procedure until you go to sleep.

For Normal/Oily/Combination Skin: Apply ointment 3x a day
For Dry Skin: Apply ointment 5x a day

*Note: Dry skin clients must place saranwrap over their eyebrows (with cream on), overnight to protect the brows from drying

IN THE NEXT 7 DAYS maintain facial hygiene and apply the cream after washing your face or having a shower. DO NOT use an exfoliator.


Please AVOID for the NEXT 7 DAYS

  • Picking, peeling, scratching, of the microbladed areas

  • ALL creams (except the post-treatment care)

  • ALL makeup on the area

  • ALL gym activities (this includes pilates, yoga and low exertion exercise)

  • ALL activities that involve excess sweating (hot showers, hot or dry sauna, pools, jacuzzi)

  • Sunbathing and tanning beds

  • Any laser or chemical treatment and/or peels

  • Creams containing Retin A, Glycolic Acids or Renova

  • Facials of any kind (2 weeks)

  • Tweezing/waxing of the brows (2 weeks)


Please AVOID in the NEXT 30 DAYS

  • Sunbathing

  • Light therapies

  • Chemical Peels and Laser Peels

  • Fruit Acids

  • Microdermabraisons

  • Antiobotics (can lead to faster pigment fading)

  • Hormonal Therapy (can lead to faster pigment fading)