- Expect light to moderate sweeling and redness.

  • 1. Two (2) times daily, gently wash treated area with cold water and gentle soap (Dove). Do this for 7 days following the procedure.
  • 2. Apply lubricant eye drops seven times a day. Let the drops stay on the eyeliner to keep it moist and do not blot it off. You must use individual lubricant eye drop tubes. Do this for 7 days following the procedure.

You must use NEW mascara to avoid contamination.


- Expect slight swelling, thickness, and/or redness, for 1-2 days following the procedure. Keep treated area lightly glossed with A&D Ointment or Vaseline for 7 days. Wash with cold wate and pat dry.

Lipliner / Lipcolor

- Expect moderate swelling, usually 1-2 days following the procedure. Applying ice for the fist 2 hours is most important, and should be continued throughout the day. Wash with cold water and pat dry. Keep moist with A&D Ointment, Vaseline or Liprotek for the next 7 days, and then switch to chapstick or lipstick with an SPF 15 or greater as the sun tends to fade lip color quickly.
- After the procedure, the lips may appear to have too much color. You may add makeup to soften the color. After 3-4 days, the color will become lighter as the epidemis sloughs off. It will appear that you have lost all of your color; however, when you lips have healed completely, the dermal layer will gradually become darker. Two or three applications may be required to achieve the desired results. It is not uncommon to lose up to 70% of the color on the first aplication.

Scar Camouflage / Areola Restorattion

- Keep area away from water for 24 hours. Keep moist with A&D Ointment AVOID facials, swimming and whirlpools for at least 5 days. No vigorous exercise for 24 hours.


DO NOT use any REtin A or Glycolic Acids while healing.
DO NOT use peroxide or Neosporin on ANY areas.
DO NOT scrub or pick treated areas.
DO NOT expose area to sun or tanning beds.
AVOID facials, swimming and whirlpools, for at least 5 days.
DO NOT dye or tweeze eyebrows one week before and after procedure.

* Failure to follow post-procedural instructions may lead to loss or discoloration of pigment.
* The known possible complications from micropigmentation are: redness, swelling, puffiness, bruising, dry, patches and tendernes. It is normal to loose aproximately 1/3 of the color during the healing process. After initial procedure the color may appear heavier. It will appear softer when completely healed because the color will come from the dermal layer of the skin to the epidermal layer of the skin.


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