- Eyes may be swollen and tender for a few days, this is normal and will dissipate quickly. Itching is also common.
- An icepack protected with a wet barrier film of a paper towel can be soothing.
- Please DO NOT ice for more than 10 minutes a sitting. Icing is most effective within the first 24 hours.
- Sleeping slightly elevated can also reduce any residual swelling of the eyes.
- The majority of the swelling usually happens the following morning after your procedure.
- You may soil your pillowcase with some residual pigment on the eyes.
- If applicable you may take Benadryl for the first couple days.
- Keep clean and avoid sun, swimming, saunas, and direct water pressure for up to 14 days.
- Do not pick or rub the area.
- In the morning if eyes are stuck together, use a wet Q-Tip and gently separate.
- Again, DO NOT rub pick or peel.
- Keep the eye area clean and only use the aftercare ointment given for 3-4 days.
- Apply once in the AM and once in the PM, use a fresh Q-Tip for each application.
- Do not let eyeliner become dry in the first 72 hours.
- Avoid all creams around eye area.
- Keep hands and eye area clean as they are exposed to catching a secondary infection like conjunctivitis.
- If ointment is a problem, please do not use and rinse with buffered eyewash and seek medical attention for antibiotic steroid eye drop.
- Eyes are sensitive to pet dander, gardening, dust and dirty hands. Sunglasses add wonderful protections to the sun.
- Please use a new tube of mascara after procedure and DO NOT wear makeup for 72 hours post procedure.
With any Question or Concerns.