Cosmetic Tattoo Aftercare Instructions
- Always Wash your hands thoroughly before touching the tattooed area.
- Clean by gently rinsing with lukewarm water and a fragrant free dye free soap. Then thoroughly rinse followed by patting dry with a disposable paper towel as needed.
- Apply a very small amount of fragrant free dye free lotion when the tattoo becomes dry. A small amount of Vitamin E is a good option. I also have Tina Davis Aftercare healing gel available for purchase in the shop.
- DO NOT USENeosporin, ointments, peroxide, or alcohol based products.
- DO NOT pick or scratch at the dry skin and let it fall off naturally.
- Picking can cause scarring and premature loss of pigment.
- IMPORTANT: Once the flakes have fallen off, a shiny layer of healing skin will completely cover the hair strokes. It will appear as though the eyebrows are gone. Within 1-2 weeks, the hair strokes will slowly reappear at a lighter shade as your skin regenerates.
- DO NOT apply make-up to the tattooed area for the first 2 weeks. Chemicals of any kind may interfere with the healing and color of your tattoo.
- No facials, swimming or soaking the tattoo while it is healing.
- Do not dye or tweeze the area during healing.
- Avoid blowing your nose during lip procedures to avoid staph infection.
- Blot treated area with a tissue.
- Apply thin layer of the product with a cotton swab 3 times per day for 3 days.
- Gently wash the area with a non-scented soap or cleanser morning and night for 7 days
- Do not pick, scratch, or irritate the tattoo.
- Avoid hot tubs, steam rooms, pools, long hot showers, sweaty exercise.
- Avoid direct sunlight or tanning beds for 2 weeks.
- Avoid putting makeup on the area for the first week.
- Avoid facials, chemical peels, or microdermabrasion for 4 weeks.
Cosmetic Tattoo Aftercare
Cosmetic tattoos need tender love and care too! Our cosmetic tattoo artist of Adorn Uptown is here to share some tips and tricks about microblading aftercare and upkeep so you can keep those brows fierce and fabulous.