You were taken care of in a clean, modern tattoo studio with sterilized instruments and pigments. If you follow these simple directions you will have a quick healing process.




  • Avoid any "BLOOD THINNER "such as Alcohol, Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Advil, Fish oil and any vitamins that may thin your blood (like vitamin C) for "3 days before" the procedure.

  • Avoid tanning so we can assess your natural skin tone.

  • No face scrubs, botox or chemical peels at least two weeks prior.

  • You CANNOT do microblading or eyeliner if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have diabetes.






  • 30 minutes to one hour after the treatment rinse the treated area with neutral soap (baby shampoo) or distilled water, remove all the lymph from that area and apply a "VERY THIN" layer of the ointment.

  •  If you have an oily or combo skin type, repeat this procedure 2-3 times a day and if you have a dry skin type do it 5 times a day for 7-10 days after your procedure.


  • Avoid alcohol, aspirin, ibuprofen and any vitamins that may thin your blood for 24 hours.    

  • For the next 7-10 days clean the treated area using a cotton round lightly moisten with distilled or cooled downed boiling water. Gently wipe away the old healing cream and any lymphatic liquid (clear yellowish liquid) that may have built up. Lightly pat dry with tissue then use a new   q-tip and apply a "very thin" layer of the ointment to it. Repeat this procedure 3 times a day (you can use it up to five times if you feel itchy on that area).

  • Apply the cream after washing your face or having a shower (DO NOT take a shower for 3 days after the procedure, you can only wash your body in the first 3 days).

  • During the first 7 days AVOID workouts and also protect the area from the sun.

  • During 2 weeks AVOID all the creams(except for the protective one), all makeup(foundation), sunscreen, Sauna, facial, massage and steaming in the treated area.

  • - Don’t pick at scabs, tug, or itch the area.

  • - In the next 30 days please avoid sunbathing, solarium, light therapies, chemical peelings, fruit acids, microdermabrasion and any cream that contain regeneration factors.

  • Always AVOID laser treatments over the treated area because it can destroy the pigment and cause some burns on your skin.

  • Use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to a faster pigment fading.