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Aquaphor 

A must have for all PMU procedures, Aquaphor Healing Ointment Tube! Lips, brows, eyeliner, this aftercare cream is the only one you'll need to care for your healing process.

Aquaphor Healing Ointment is made using a clinically proven formula that restores smooth, healthy skin. When the fast-absorbing ointment is applied to dry, cracked or irritated skin, it helps heal and smooth skin tone, leaving skin feeling more soft and even. This healing ointment does not contain any sulfates, phthalates, fluoride or fragrances, which further helps prevent irritation.

Abreva

Abreva

For those of you that didn't get the Valtrex or prescription medication to prevent a cold sore outbreak and and had an outbreak, get Abreva and start the medicine right away!

Abreva contains the only FDA-approved nonprescription cold sore medicine to shorten healing time.

Please keep in mind that if you are at this step, cold sores could greatly impact the look of your healed new lips.

Let's Talk About How To Take Care of Those New Lippies!!

Lip Blush Tattoo - Aftercare and Healing Plan

 

This information is to assist with your lip blush tattoo post care. We have provided aftercare information as well as a healing plan to help you understand what is happening during your healing process and important steps to ensure correct healing.

 

Aftercare

Your aftercare is essential to your healing result and can make or break your design. If these rules are not followed with precision, there is a large possibility of infection, blurred design and/or heavily faded results. Please adhere to these rules strictly for the next 10 days.

You have invested a lot of hard earned money into this treatment we strongly advise that you follow these recommendations.

Your “Healing Time” will vary from around 7 to 10 days. You will know when your lip is healed as it will be soft and smooth to touch and feel like normal skin with absolutely no flaking or dryness.

Until your lip reaches this “soft and smooth” stage – it has not healed, and you must continue to follow your aftercare instructions until then.

Not everyone will experience flaking during their healing time….so “how do you know your lips have healed?”

If you are 7 to 10 days into your healing phase, and there are no signs of any dryness or flaking at all then you are probably healed, and you can therefore stop following the aftercare steps.

 

Aftercare Steps

♦ 3 hours after your appointment is finished, you will need to take a cotton tip, and apply ½ a pea sized blob of aftercare provided to the lip. Gently smear the cream over the lip on each side, until the lip has a slight shine.

You do not need to apply an excessive amount just enough to hydrate your skin. Less cream applied more often, is best – excessive amounts will not give the best results. In fact, too much of any cream can produce a poor result and unevenness in the final color as they cannot breathe.

Do not use anything other than the aftercare provided or Aquaphor for healing!

Moisture: Lips will tend to be very dry. Keep them moist BUT remember less is more!

Some peeling may occur. DO NOT PEEL OFF! Do not wipe your lips with a napkin while eating; blot instead. Drink through a straw. Lips have a tendency to fade up to sixty percent after the first procedure. No smoking right after lip procedure.

♦Your lips will feel swollen and sore at this stage so treat with care. Swelling: Moderate. An ice bag should be applied for the first few hours, alternating ten minutes on, ten minutes off.

♦ You must apply the cream provided or Aquaphor 2 times a day. You may notice colour rejecting on the cotton tip during application, and this is fine.

♦ You must continue to use the cream, until the lip is soft and smooth.

 

During the healing time of 7 to 10 days:

DO NOT GET THE LIP WET

DO NOT EXERCISE OR GET HOT AND SWEATY UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE – YOUR RESULTS WILL BLUR.

DO NOT PICK OR RUB YOUR LIP IF IT IS PEELING – THIS WILL CAUSE PATCHY LIPS

DO NOT USE ANY MAKEUP OVER OR NEAR THE LIPS ESPECIALLY LIPSTICK.

DO NOT HAVE ANY FACIAL TREATMENTS FOR 2 WEEKS

DO NOT GO INTO THE DIRECT SUNLIGHT FOR 2 WEEKS

DO NOT DO ANY WATERSPORTS

DO NOT APPLY ANY TANNING LOTIONS/RETINOLS/CREAMS near the lips, other than aftercare provided or Aquaphor.

 

What to expect in the next 10 days

To reassure you and to help any questions you may have after your appointment, here is a day to day breakdown of what you may experience during your healing time.

♥Day 1

Your lips will be swollen and may be uneven. Due to the nature of the treatment, and alternating sides during our session, the lips will be at different stages when we finish. Don’t worry, this will subside quickly. Please do not listen to feedback from your partners, friends or relatives at this time.

They have not sat with you in the room and do not understand the process. The color will be dark today, as we are looking directly into an open “wound” at the colour inside. Your lips will be tender to the touch.

♥Days 2 - 3

On days 2 and 3 the color can look solid, bold and very dark. If you didn’t experience swelling on the 1st Day, you may wake up with some on the 2nd day. This is because our lymphatic system slows overnight, and can cause “puffiness” in the mouth. This is all part of the healing process. Be patient your lips will start to slowly go down.

♥Days 4 - 7

We are now into the middle of the healing phase. During this time the design can feel tight and sometimes a light scab can start to form. You must not pick at the scab, let is slowly exfoliate and continue to gently apply your cream to the area, without disturbing the flaking.

Sometimes, when the color is falling off, the lip underneath can appear very light in colour – some clients can even think the colour has disappeared. During this time the skin is repairing and the layers of skin healing over the lip underneath making it appear dull or even grey looking.

The colour needs time to settle and you will find that the “richness” of the colour will bloom back by the time we see you at your perfecting session.

♥Days 7 - 10

By this time most of the flaking (if any) will be finished. The lip should have lightened anywhere from 10-60% overall and the skin should feel soft and smooth. You may now feel your lip is too light and notice some gaps, this is normal. Each person is different, and each skin will retain pigment in different ways.

We can address all of this at the perfecting session and adjust, where required. If you are healed, you can now stop using your cream and you are able to wet the lip and start exercising again.

NOTE – When your lip is healed be careful not to cover them when applying your makeup. You will find that this considerably dulls the design and can make it look grey. To avoid this, apply your makeup as normal and then use a cotton tip, with a tiny blob of moisturiser, and wipe over each lip, to reveal the “richness” of the colour.

Be careful to avoid getting any retinols, Vitamin A, exfoliants including AHA Acids (glycolic and Lactic), BHA Acids (Salicylic), peels, scrubs, and keep lightening products including pigments controllers, away from the lips at all times. This will extend the longevity of the color.

 

Remember

YOU WILL WAIT 4_8 WEEKS until we see you at your perfecting session, for good reason.

It takes this length of time for the skin to not only heal, but for the color to settle and reveal its true shade and final shape. At the perfecting session, we can address shape and color alterations to suit.

We can assure you that we do this treatment every day and we have compiled this message to let you know that by the time we see you next, your lip will have settled, and the color and shape will have softened. We have ensured that we can adjust your lip where required. Until then, do not worry and let the process take its journey, as they will change dramatically, over the coming few weeks.

If you have any issues that have not been addressed above, please contact me and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

GOING FORWARD→→→

♦To avoid pigment fade for as long as possible, protect your makeup from the sun or UV rays and use a good sunscreen or moisturizer with an SPF30.
♦If you are planning an MRI scan, chemical peel or any other similar procedures, please inform your practitioner that you have had permanent cosmetics.
♦You should not be eligible to give blood for 6 months after your procedure, please inform the National Blood Service of your procedure and date if you want to give blood.
♦If you are planning injections such as Botox and Fillers remember it can alter the shape of your lips, eyes and eyebrows.
♦Laser treatments can affect and change the shade of your lips, eyes or brow semi permanent makeup, always advice the laser technician you are wearing permanent cosmetics and they can act accordingly.

 

♥NOW ENJOY YOUR NEW LIPS!! ♥

Next Steps...

We hope you find this information all you need to continue on your permanent makeup journey. However if you still have any questions please don't hesitate to call text or email!

⇒ 424-224-6477

⇒ beachcitybrows@gmail.com