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PMU Aftercare

Day of Your Treatment Blot your brows gently with a paper towel once or twice for the first few hours after the procedure. Do not get your brows wet, and at bedtime apply a rice sized grain amount of ointment (provided at end of appointment) on each brow. It should be barely visible on your skin. Make sure not to over saturate them as this will obstruct your skin from breathing, and cause a delay in healing.

Days 1-7 Apply a rice sized grain of ointment on each brow morning and night. Very gently, wash your brows and PAT them dry with a clean paper towel. Wash them once a day, at night only, for the first 7 days.


● Do NOT pick, rub or scratch any scabbing and let the dry skin naturally exfoliate away. Doing so may cause scarring or poor color retention.

● Avoid exercise for one week. I know we live in South Florida, but be sure to sweat as little as possible - the salt in sweat will fade the pigment quickly and give poor results.

● Steer clear of facials, botox, chemical or laser treatments for 4 weeks.

● Try to be conscious of not sleeping on your face for the first 10 days.

● Avoid direct sun exposure or tanning for 4 weeks.

● Do not put makeup or sunscreen on your brows while they are healing.

*Showering Try to limit your showers and make them as quick as possible to avoid too much steam. Keep your face out of the water while washing your hair and body. Any active ingredients including salicylic, glycolic, and lactic acids, retinol, vitamin C, etc. may lighten the pigment especially during the healing period, but over time as well. After the 10 days you may use them, but try to avoid the brow area in general.

Remember to take good care of your brows. Better aftercare = better results!

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