Care Info



No sauna 1 week prior
No alcohol 24 hours prior
No caffeine the day of
No blood thinners 72 hours before
Discontinue use of fish oil or Vitamin E one week prior
No Botox injections 4 weeks prior to procedure
No deep exfoliation 2 weeks prior (ex. chemical peel)
No retinol products, acne treatments or salicylic acid 4 weeks prior.
No antibiotics 2 months prior


Each client’s skin responds differently to these treatments.
This information acts as a guideline only.




Congratulations on your new tattoo! Now you can sit back, relax, and do nothing! Seriously. Avoid moisture, don’t apply any cosmetics or lotions and DON’T TOUCH for as long as the scabs are on. Keep your brows out of the direct sun and keep the area clean and let it breathe!


Immediately following your procedure, the tattooed area will appear to be darker and bolder in color and sharply defined. This can last up to a week after the treatment.

During the healing period, there should be minimal scabbing and flaking. DO NOT PICK THE SCABS! During the process your tattoo will darken then soften and lighten. Be patient, even if you think too much color has been lost, as your skin is still regenerating and naturally exfoliating.

IMPORTANT: Once the scabs have fallen off, a shiny layer of healing skin will completely cover the hair strokes. It may appear as though the tattooed area has completely disappeared. Within 1-2 weeks, the hair strokes will slowly reappear at a lighter shade as your skin regenerates.


Once completely healed, you may apply sunscreen on the treated area. Wear large sunglasses and a hat for even more protection.

Glycolic acid, microdermabrasion, and chemical face peel products must be kept away from the tattooed area as continued use could lighten the pigment. If you are having laser resurfacing or laser hair removal after your tattoo has healed, please inform the laser technician. Laser procedures may darken, lighten, or discolor the tattooed area.


There are no implied or written guarantees if you do not take care of your tattoo.