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Microblading aftercare is crucial to ensure the best results and promote proper healing. Here's a comprehensive set of instructions for microblading aftercare:

Day of Microblading:

  1. Avoid Touching: Do not touch the treated area with dirty hands. Only clean hands should come in contact with your eyebrows.

  2. Cleanse Gently: Use a mild, unscented cleanser to clean the eyebrow area with a cotton pad or swab. Do not rub or scrub vigorously.

  3. Apply Ointment: Use the provided or recommended ointment to apply a thin layer over the microbladed area. This helps in preventing infection and keeping the brows moisturized.

 

First Week After Microblading:

  1. No Water Exposure: Avoid getting the treated area wet for the first 7 days. This includes keeping your face away from the shower stream and avoiding swimming pools.

  2. No Sweating: Refrain from activities that cause excessive sweating, such as intense workouts or saunas.

  3. Avoid Sun Exposure: Stay out of direct sunlight and tanning beds. Sun exposure can fade the pigment and increase the risk of infection.

  4. No Makeup on Brows: Avoid applying makeup, especially on the eyebrow area, during the initial healing period.

  5. No Picking or Scratching: Do not pick, scratch, or peel the scabs that may form. Let them fall off naturally to avoid scarring or pigment loss.

 

Long-Term Care:

  1. Avoid Retinoids and Glycolic Acid: Stay away from products containing retinoids or glycolic acid on the eyebrows, as they can cause premature fading.

  2. Use Sunscreen: Once healed, apply a sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher on your eyebrows when exposed to the sun to prevent fading.

  3. Avoid Laser Treatments: Refrain from undergoing laser treatments on or around the eyebrows, as this can alter the pigment.

  4. Touch-up Appointment: Schedule a touch-up appointment as recommended by your microblading artist. This is essential for maintaining the shape and color of your brows.

Remember that individual healing times may vary, so it's essential to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your microblading artist. If you have any concerns or notice signs of infection, consult with your artist or a healthcare professional promptly

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