Post Procedure Instructions for Eyebrows

Mop & Glow

  • Apply warm compress (cotton pad) and gently wipe a few times the first day.
  • Then apply hydrocortisone sparingly using a clean cotton swab.  DO THIS FOR 24 HOURS ONLY.  Do not use your fingers!  
  • For just the first 24 hours, gently cleanse with a mild antibacterial soap.  Rinse with water and lightly pat area dry. Follow by applying hydrocortisone.
  • After 24 hours DISCONTINUE applying the warm compress and the gentle cleansing, but continue to dab grapeseed oil for 1 day morning and evening.  Place a small amount on a clean cotton swab so you can control the amount applied.  If you can see it, it’s too much!
  • Don’t rub through or you will knock off the scabs, which will remove the color.

What to Expect

  • The brows appear thicker, darker, and more sharply defined immediately following the procedure.
  • The color will also be warmer.  This is due to the way the colors are mixed to avoid having the colors change.
  • What you see when you leave is NOT the final color.  As the healing process progresses, the color will soften and heal to a more neutral color.
  • In about 5 to 7 days, when the epidermis (top layer of skin) has exfoliated, you will see a much lighter color.  The color will continue to slowly appear until it develops into its final color (20-30% lighter) within the month.
  • In the future, use a total sunblock to prevent fading of the pigment color.
  • Final results cannot be determined until healing is complete.  You must allow 4 to 6 weeks to complete this process. After this time, the final color will be seen.
  • The aftercare of your procedure can determine the outcome!

 

Remember it’s process!