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After Care for Eyebrow Embroidery

Updated: Aug 15, 2020

Aftercare is critical, and it is one of the essential factors for a successful treatment. The rest of the factor includes skin quality, post-treatment flow & exposure to different external factors. All of these factors are out of the artist’s control, so any possibility to provide guarantees for the treatment is not possible.

Heavy alcohol use can slow healing and increase the risk of infection and complications after treatment. Smoking can also delay healing after treatment.



Day 1 Clean Clean Clean

Clean the eyebrow area with (Cotton pad & water /Nonalcoholic zappy antiseptic wipes) to remove all the lymph. The first cleaning will be 30 minutes after the treatment and subsequently every 1-2 hours for the rest of the day. Clean more frequently if you are working in a dusty environment (Interior Designer, Nail Artist, Baker, etc.). 

If your treatment is in the evening, cover the area with dressing plastic before going to bed to prevent it from drying throughout the night.

Method of cleaning: Wiping


FAQ: How do I maintain facial hygiene without touching the brows?

Soak a cotton pad with water to 

  • wet or clean your face

  • clean off facial foam

Without having to touch your brows. Pad dry with tissue paper after rinsing. 


Day 2-4 Clean Clean Clean

Maintain facial hygiene, clean the area with cotton pad & warm water first thing in the morning to remove any lymph that may have dried up throughout the night. Repeat when needed. Gently clean the area with (Cotton pad & water /Nonalcoholic zappy antiseptic wipes) 2–3 times for the rest of the day.


Method of cleaning: Wiping


Day 5–7 Do not scratch!

Epithelial crust starts to form; skin might feel a little tight and itchy. Apply aftercare cream if it starts to feel dry and itchy. If cleaning is needed, gently dap the area with (Cotton pad & water). 


Method of cleaning: Dapping

Process of applying cream: Dapping


FAQ: Can I use a full-face sheet mask?

You can use a face mask after the 7th day or once the scabbing starts. Be mindful that the face mask does not dry up and sticks on to your eyebrow while removing. Removing the scabs will affect the healing, and pigment may be excluded.

Day 1–10 Do not touch!

Avoid touching the area and do not use any products in the treated area. No facial, sunbathing, sauna, swimming, hot-spring, or any exercise that might make you sweat a lot.

At all times Avoid Avoid Avoid

Avoid chemical peelings, fruit acids, microdermabrasion, or cream that contain regeneration factors in the treated area. Avoid solarium, light therapies, or laser treatments over the treated area (Fraxel, Laser, IPL) as they can destroy the pigments.