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PRE-CARE

Preparing for Your Brow Tattoo: Essential Pre-Care Tips

Preparing for your Brow Tattoo appointment is crucial to ensure the best possible results. 

 

BROW TATTOO PRE-CARE GUIDE 

  1. AVOID ALCOHOL AND CAFFEINE :  These substances can dehydrate your skin, which can affect the outcome of your brow procedure and cause INCREASED BLEEDING and BRUISING. CAFFEINE will MAKE THE NUMBING GEL LESS EFFECTIVE.  It's best to avoid alcohol and caffeine 24-48 hours before your appointment.

  2. Avoid Sun Exposure and Tanning: It is important to avoid any direct sun exposure or tanning for at least two weeks prior to your appointment. Sunburned or tanned skin is more sensitive, which can make the treatment more uncomfortable.

  3. AVOID BLOOD THINNERS:  Do not consume any blood-thinning medications or supplements for at least 72 hours prior to your appointment. This includes aspirin, ibuprofen, fish oil, and vitamin E. These can thin your blood and CAUSE INCREASED BLEEDING AND BRUISING. 

  4. Stop Using Retinoids: Refrain from using any retinoids such as Retin-A or retinol creams on the brow area for at least two weeks before your appointment. These products can thin the skin and cause excessive bleeding during the procedure.

  5. No Chemical Peels or Facials: Avoid getting any chemical peels or facials at least two weeks before your appointment, as they can cause skin irritation and sensitivity.

  6. No Botox or Fillers: If you have had any Botox or fillers injected directly into the brow, or forehead area, wait at least two weeks before your Brow Tattoo appointment.

  7. Come to Your Appointment with Clean Skin: Make sure the brow area is clean and free of makeup before your appointment. Do not apply any lotions, creams, or perfumes to the area.

By following these pre-care instructions, you will help to ensure that your Brow Tattoo appointment is a success and that your new brows heal properly. If you have any questions or concerns about these pre-care instructions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Preparing for Your Saline Tattoo Removal: Essential Pre-Care Tips

Proper preparation is key to achieving the best results for your Saline Tattoo Removal appointment.

 

SALINE TATTOO REMOVAL PRE-CARE GUIDE 

  1. AVOID ALCOHOL AND CAFFEINE : These substances can dehydrate your skin, which can affect the outcome of your saline tattoo removal procedure. It's best to avoid alcohol and caffeine 24-48 hours before your appointment.

  2. Avoid Sun Exposure and Tanning: It is important to avoid any direct sun exposure or tanning for at least two weeks prior to your appointment. Sunburned or tanned skin is more sensitive, which can make the treatment more uncomfortable.

  3. Avoid Blood Thinners: Do not consume any blood-thinning medications or supplements for at least 72 hours prior to your appointment. This includes aspirin, ibuprofen, fish oil, and vitamin E. These can thin your blood and increase the risk of bleeding and bruising.

  4. Stop Using Retinoids: Refrain from using any retinoids such as Retin-A or retinol creams on the brow area for at least two weeks before your appointment. These products can thin the skin and cause excessive bleeding during the procedure.

  5. No Chemical Peels or Facials: Avoid getting any chemical peels or facials at least two weeks before your appointment, as they can cause skin irritation and sensitivity.

  6. Come to Your Appointment with Clean Skin: Make sure the brow area is clean and free of makeup before your appointment. Do not apply any lotions, creams, or perfumes to the area.

By following these pre-care instructions, you will help to ensure that your Saline Tattoo removal appointment is a success and that your skin heals properly. If you have any questions or concerns about these pre-care instructions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

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