LIP BLUSH PRE-PROCEDURE
•I Delicate skin or sensitive areas may be swollen or red, so if you have any social plans in the days after your procedure, bear this in mind.
• Entirely avoid coffee or caffeine on the day of your treatment.
•Do not take aspirin or anti-inflammatory medication such as Ibuprofen 2 days prior to your
appointment. Do not discontinue any medication before consulting your doctor. Do not consume alcohol for 2 days prior to your appointment.
•Do not use Retin A skincare products close to the area to be treated for 6 weeks prior to your procedure.
•Do not use AHA skincare products close to the area to be treated for 4 weeks prior to your procedure.
•Avoid professional chemical peels close to the procedure site for 4 weeks prior to your procedure.
•If you have a history of cold sores (herpes simplex) and are scheduling a lip enhancement, it’s advised that you to use anti-herpes medication such as Zovirax ointment that can be obtained from a pharmacy. Use the medication for 1-week prior and 1-week after your appointment up to 5 times a day to reduce the incidence of an outbreak by 50%. Oral anti-herpes medication (Acyclovir) will control the incidence of an outbreak more or less completely. PMU does not cause cold sores, however, if you carry the virus, it lays dormant in the nervous system and can be aroused by the infusion process.
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LIP BLUSH POST CARE
Before: The lips were lacking color definition and patches were visible
Day 1: The day after the treatment the lips will feel tight and the color will be more intense.
Day 2: The lips will begin to crack, commonplace is the corners due to movement of the lips. Flakes will start to lift off the lip.
Day 3-4: More visible flakes will begin to slide off the lips. The color underneath will appear light/pale in color. The lips will almost look ‘milky’ looking
Day 5: The flakes will all be off but the color will still appear light in color. The color will blossom over the next 6 weeks.
6 Weeks Healed: You can see the color has blossomed into the rosy hue we chose for our client. The pigment always cools down during the healing due to layers of skin masking the pigment in the dermis. I am happy with the results!