January 10, 2022
Aftercare Tips for Permanent Makeup
Permanent Makeup treatments have the ability to address common problems regarding makeup application. This includes inability to put on regular cosmetic products because of allergic reactions, difficulty in applying makeup because of hand tremors or poor eyesight and lack of time to put on makeup due to loads of work and sleeping patterns. In addition to that, its simple procedure, fast recovery time and long-lasting effect makes it very attractive to people. As such, Permanent Makeup is highly sought after and it is actually one of the trendiest treatments out there. But despite being readily convenient and effective, Permanent Makeup still requires aftercare tips, not just to make the treatment last longer but also to make it more effective in bringing beauty and convenience to people. Here are some aftercare tips after getting a Permanent Makeup:
- Avoid touching, pinching, rubbing, scratching and pressing your face especially the treated area as this might lead to scarring, infection or inflammation
- Avoid sleeping on your face for the first 10-15 days.
- Avoid activities or exercises that will cause to to sweat a lot
- Avoid too much exposure to the sun or any tanning treatments or procedures including sunbathing.
- Avoid picking the scabs or dry skins since they will naturally exfoliate and fade
- Avoid hot showers and steam baths
- Avoid undergoing another cosmetic or dermatological treatment such as chemical peels, laser treatments and other light therapies
- Avoid using cosmetic and dermatological products that contain acid
- Avoid using antibiotics since it has the potential to make the colors fade faster
While Permanent Makeup does indeed greatly improve appearance and confidence, it still requires aftercare and maintenance so as to make it long lasting and evident all throughout the duration. It is important to know that Permanent Makeup is one of those treatments that rely heavily on the aftercare. More importantly, it is important to take note of all the instructions and aftercare routines from the doctor or technician who are capable of the best suggestions and recommendations.