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Microblading your brows is a process that claims to improve your brows look. It's also known as "feather touch" or "micro-stroking." Microblading aftercare is critical to the appearance and endurance of your new brows. Therefore, it is vital to follow the microblading aftercare directions. With that, here are microblading aftercare methods that you must follow after microblading treatment.
Blot the treated region gently with clean tissue during the first few hours following your microblading treatment to absorb excess lymph fluid. Repeat until the oozing stops. Removing this fluid reduces accumulation and scabbing.
Wash your brows gently (patting motion, not rubbing) each morning and night for around 2 to 10 days after your microblading treatment using water and an antibacterial soap such as Dial or a Cetaphil Cleanser. Use your fingertips to cleanse the brows lightly. Steadily wash the region for about 10 seconds, then rinse with water to remove all soap. Pat dry gently with a clean tissue.
Use no washing products that contain acids (glycolic, lactic, or AHA) or exfoliants. Allow your brows to become wet unless you gently cleanse them twice a day.
Apply an ample aftercare ointment around the treated area with a cotton swab. The excessive application will smother your skin and slow the healing process. On the skin, the cream should be hardly visible. Never apply it if your brows are wet. Also, make sure to apply the healing balm as directed by your brow artist. People with oily skin may not need to use a healing balm. If you have dry skin, you can use it up to 2-3 times per day.
When your microblading procedure is eight days old, you can stop using the aftercare ointment, but you should still gently wash the microbladed region every morning and night.
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