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Eyebrow Treatment



The pigment immediately following the procedure will appear darker until it exfoliates.

It will take anywhere from 7-14 days for the skin to appear healed and for the pigment to fade to its regular shade.

Follow these steps to take care of your skin after the pigmentation:

• Keep the area sterile.

• Apply only medicated cream or healing balm provided using a cotton swab

• Wash face carefully with a wash-cloth or cleansing wipes.

• Avoid getting the pigmented area wet for up to 7 days, which includes keeping your face dry during a shower.

• Don’t wear make up in the eyebrow area for a week.

• Don’t scratch the pigmented area, it will cause uneven result if you pick or peel scabs prematurely.

• Please avoid any laser or chemical treatments, peelings or any creams containing Retin-A or Glycolic Acid on the face or neck for a week.

• Avoid saunas, swimming, and excessive sweating, sun tanning or salon tanning until the area is completely healed.

• Avoid drinking alcohol in excess, as it may lead to slow healing.


It is normal to have some pain and discomfort during the procedure, and you might feel a slight residual stinging afterwards.

It’s NOT normal to have severe pain in the affected area. You should pay careful attention

to the pigmented area to see if it becomes puffy or raised. Any sign of a yellow-tinged

discharge or excessive redness could be a sign of the beginning of an infection.

If the area swells, continues to scab after two weeks, or begins leaking pus, you should go to the doctor immediately.

Please contact me if you have any immediate concerns.

We will discuss every detail of further pigmentation during the follow up treatment.

You may get your touch-up/perfecting procedure done 4 - 12 weeks after no sooner to allow for complete healing of the brows.

Pro-Tip: Once completely healed, always apply a layer of sunscreen SPF 30 up to SPF 50

on your eyebrows when exposed to the sun. Sun exposure might cause the color pigment to fade quickly.


Thank you.

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