Vor, während und nach dem Eingriff Pflege

Before,during and after procedure care

Pre-procedure care

A week before procedure:
  • Avoid cold sores (only in the case of permanent makeup to the lips).
24 hours prior to procedure the client should avoid:
  • Stimulants, such as tea, coffee, soft drinks containing caffeine or thein.
  • Drugs or other substances containing stimulants ( consult a physician).
  • Vasodilators: alcohol, acetylsalicylic acid, etc. If taking vasodilators under prescription, the client should consult their physician.
  • Seafood, spicy, hot and strong foods.

Care during procedure

Several mesures can be taken to relax the client during procedure:
  • In eyeliner application, the client should keep her eyes shut at all times. The technician will speak to the client, explaining each step and anticipating the next, letting the client know how she would react. This will help the client to relax.
  • The client must feel confident that everything is under control and that the technician have the command of the tools in use.
If swelling occurs during the procedure, the following can be applied:
  • Homeopathic substances. The client should see a pharmacist with homeopathic training.
  • Chemical substances. Such as those used in eye tonics that immediately reduce swelling.
  • Homemade remedies. Cold application relieves swelling. Crushed ice wrapped in latex and gauze and even aloe vera toweletes cooled in the refrigerator are very soothing.
When these tips are applied, the lymphatic system is stimulated and the swelling disappears or is considerably reduced.
  • Do not use tea bags or fatty substances.
  • People with high blood preasure or telangiectasias as well as those with naturally dark red lips ( due to microcirculation) tend to suffer extravasations during procedure.
  • In case of excessive bleeding, before or the retouches, the client should contact a physician to get a vasoconstrictor substance prescribed.

Post-procedure care

Once the procedure is over, the client will be adviced to respect the following :
  • Daily hygiene. Gently clean the area three times a day with a special cosmetic or saline solution applied with sterile gauze.
  • Ice packs. If necessary, apply for 5v minutes in the first two days.
  • Keep the treated area dry. Avoid saunas, swimming pools and the beach, etc.
  • Do not harm the area. Do not scratch or rub, and avoid altering the healing process.
  • Avoid cosmetics on the area. Do not undergo any facial or corporal procedures.
  • Avoid using creams, makeup, cleansers, petroleum jelly (Vaseline), etc.

Follow-up protocol

In the first 10 days after procedure, the practitioner will carry out a control of the procedure. In the 24 hours immediately after procedure the practitioner will call the customer to enquire about the following:
  • Wheter the client is cleaning the area correctly
  • Asking the client to describe how the area feels, reminding her that she will begin to notice changes from day two: scabbing, increase in colour, tightness, etc. and explain that all of these phenomena are normal.
From the fifth to the eight day:
  • The practitioner will call the client again to see if the process is going along normally. If any abnormal symptom were to be described, the client should make an appointment for an immediate check up and evaluation.
30 days after the procedure, the following will be carried out:
  • Evaluation test and consider if the area needs any retouching
  • Examination of saturation. If the pigment is evenly distributed throughout the area or if it has lost the colour at any point.
  • Examination of design. The design is checked to make sure it is correct and that it has not suffered any deformation.
With all the above information, a touch-up procedure is performed. Procedure maintenance advice After procedure, it is crucial for the client to take care of the following aspects regarding healing process in order to maintain the permanent makeup in good condition.
  • Use sun block ( highest SPF) on the area.
  • When undergoing procedures with glycolic acid, fruit acid, retinol and laser hair removal, special care should be taken when applying on the pigmented area to protect it and avoid unpleasant results ( changes in colour, burns,etc.).
  • Touch-up the area every year or two to maintain the natural look of the colour and design.