Aftercare: Permanent Lips Makeup
Foods to avoid during Permanent Lips Makeup post treatment:
Immediately following the procedure please refrain from eating for the first 3-4 hours.
Avoid fermented foods ,hot and spicy food for 3 days. It may lead to slow healing of wounds and avoid lips contact with food or saliva.
Alcohol is strictly forbidden for the following 5-7 days.
How to keep it clean?
Immediately following the procedure, lips will feel dry, chapped, tight and tender to the touch. Please don’t be concerned, it will take time to heal.
Keep the treated area clean and dry (use a clean towel or tissue to dry it after brushing your teeth ), avoid having the water directly hit your lips.
Avoid exercising and sweating with unhealed lips for the first 3 days.
What medicine do I have to take?
Keep taking antiviral medicine if recommended by a doctor.
.If you have ever had a cold sore, been prone to any type of cold sores (herpes simplex virus) or you may have the herpes simplex virus that lies dormant in your system, this procedure could cause an outbreak. It is best to consult with your doctor and upon your doctor’s recommendation, take doctor-prescribed medication such as Acyclovir, Zovirax, or Valtrex before and after the lip procedure to help prevent or lessen the severity of an outbreak.
Why do my lips look darker than they used to be?
After the procedure color might look too dark until a slight peeling (flaking) occurs at about 1-3 months, the pigment will stabilize in the skin and reappear. However much softer with a muted tone than the original.
How many days until it peeled off and when can do the touch-up Procedure?
After the day of the procedure, start applying ointment (Vaseline) as needed to keep lips constantly moist all the time.
After approximately 3-4 days, The procedural area will begin to flake, similar to sunburn, it is normal for this flaking to come off unevenly.
Do not pick or peel your lip skin.
The desired color shade will start appearing after 1-3 months.you should be scheduled to do your “touch up” procedure after 1 month of the procedure..