Permanent makeup or tattoo removal is an invasive procedure which needs to be prepared for in advance.
RECOMMENDATIONS BEFORE PROCEDURE:
2 DAYS BEFORE PROCEDURE:
– do not visit solarium, baths, or sauna;
– do not make deep cleanings and peeling of facial skin.
ONE DAY BEFORE PROCEDURE:
– do not drink tea, coffee, cola, energy drinks;
– do not eat salty, smoked, spicy, hard food;
– do not take alcohol;
– do not take pain reliefs or other drugs;
– it is recommended not to eat after 18:00 on the preceding day.
ON THE PROCEDURE DAY:
– ensure you don't have a headache or high blood pressure;
– do not have hot drinks and soups;
– do not eat hot food 2 hours prior to procedure;
– try not to drink large amount of liquids.
AFTER PROCEDURE RECOMMENDATIONS:
Post-procedure skin restoration
is an important and critical stage of the whole process of makeup removing.
The post-procedure period when the skin is too sensitive to restoration, is short. This is why skin restoration should start immediately after scab has gone out, without missing a day.
For 5–10 days following procedure scabs will stay on your skin, which cannot be treated (no creams, powders, ointments, gels).
Once the scabs have disappeared (7–14 days after procedure), the active skin restoration with regenerating cream is necessary. Apply the cream within 2 weeks after scabs had disappeared completely.
In 10-15 days after scabs disappeared (approximately 20+ days after procedure), in order to eliminate the possible skin reddening after procedure, and to assist your skin in restoring its structure, the use of active revitalising means is required. Instruction for skin care after procedure.
1. The skin area from which a permanent makeup had been removed, should stay dry after for one day following the procedure. In case of its moistening as a result of leucocytes action of accidental contact with water, carefully treat the area with a cotton bud for moisture removing. You can't apply any creams onto scabs until its complete disappearance.
2. In the evening of a second day following the procedure, treat the scab with a cotton disk moistened with chlorhexidine or water, and then immediately with dry cotton disk. Repeat this procedure twice during the evening. Do the same 5–7 times on the following day approximately every 2–3 hours. The moist impact must be frequent but short. You can take a 5–7 minutes shower on the 4th day in the evening. Avoid direct contact with soap or a jet of water from the shower. Follow this periodic moistening scheme until the scab disappears completely. Don't pick or try to remove the scab as it will result in a scar and prolong healing period. You can't swim, have a bath (immerse the treated area into water) or visit a sauna. Avoid scab softening from long impact of moisture.
3. If infected, treat the area with 2% hydrogen peroxide, and then with antibiotic (tetracycline) ointment. If the infection or inflammation persists, consult a doctor.
4. After the scab disappears, a reddening of the treated area is probable which will stay for several weeks until the skin gradually gets the normal state. Once the scab has disappeared and each time after contact with water apply the healing cream to eliminate the reddening.
5. Within 2 weeks after scab has gone out, protect your skin against direct sunlight and solarium or use sun protection cream with maximum protection factor. Failure to do this may result in skin pigmentation due to epidermis disintegration but not as a result of the remover action.