Eyeliner Permanent Makeup Procedure After Care​

1. Day 1 (day of the procedure):

  • Do not touch the eyes. Before going to bed you can use ice for the eyes by applying it over a clean cloth. Do not apply ice directly to the skin.

  • Do not wash your eyes, try to keep them dry.

  • If the eyes are swollen you may take Tylenol.

2. Day 2:

  • The eyes may be swollen the next day after the procedure. It is a normal reaction. Some clients' skin swell more than others. The swelling should start going down during the day and the eyes should look better by the end of the day.

3. Days 3-7 or even longer (until the scabs are gone):

  • If the skin feels very dry by day 3 you can apply a very thin layer of Aquaphor Healing Ointment (you can find it in any grocery stores in the kids section). Do not apply too much to avoid adverse reactions. Wash your hands before applying the ointment.

  • AVOID water (for the PMU area), makeup, excessive sweating, sauna, pools, sunbathing, do not PEEL the scabs at all (you may cause scarring).

  • Do not apply anything beside Aquaphor ointment such as Vaseline, antibiotic creams, Neosporin etc. Grapeseed oil may be used to substitute Aquaphor.

  • During 4 weeks after the procedure it's better to not use creams that contain acids or ingredients that will lighten or exfoliate the skin.