Week 1

  • For I day: 1-2 hours after the treatment, blot your brows with sterile water wipes given by Bee Queen Pmu to remove plasma, if the oozing dries on the brows, it’ll create massive scabs, and the brows will peel and flake like crazy! Then apply a thin layer (rice grain of each)of given After-Care gel. Do not wash or use makeup remover the area or apply makeup on day of procedure.
  • Day 2: Color is 20-40% than what it will look like healed. Color is more solid, strokes are crisper. Mild swelling, light bruising, redness, and discomfort will subside. Wash your face morning and evening with a very mild soap on the area and re—apply the After Care gel after and don’t touch otherwise.
  • Day 3—7: Outer skin healing and exfoliation begins where top layers of skin shed causing excess pigment to flake away. Don’t pick at the peeling skin or scabbing (pigment may be removed along with crusting tissue).Skin starts to itch. Don’t scratch, tap lightly around the area to alleviate itching. Color may appear gray. Wash your face morning and evening with a very mild soap on the area and re—apply the After-Care gel after.
  • Do not touch the procedure area(s) with your fingers, they may have bacteria on them and create an infection.
  • Use a clean cotton swab to apply After-Care gel 3 times daily for 7 to 10 days. If you are allergic to the after care gel call your Doctor for an alternative.
  • Avoid contact with  Animals, Gardening, Sun, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Chlorine pools, Ocean, Steam room.
  • To preserve color for a longer time, always use a “total sun block” sunscreen until the area(s) has healed to prevent future fading of pigment color. Your eyebrows will look 40% darker up to 15% thicker during the first 7 Days!
  • Do not use products that contain AHA’s on the procedure area(s). (Example: Glycolic, Lactic Acids. Always check your product labeling as these products will fade your pigment color.

Week 2

  • Day 8-10: Flaking is in final stages. Apply aftercare gel until day 14. Color may look gray, light or spotty and in some cases, may temporarily disappear only to reappear later.
  • Day 11-14: Skin begins to take on normal characteristics again.

Week 3

  • Inner skin healing begins. Color starts to come back after disappearing or looking gray, light and patch. Color and strokes begin to soften.

Week 4

  • Inner skin healing reaches final stages. Color and strokes continue to soften. Time to schedule a touch up. 30 days post treatment NO SUN, NO BOTOX, NO LASER OR PEELS.