The sensation of Microblading is often likened to a minor stinging in the treated area. The level of discomfort experienced is generally low, but it can differ based on the individual's tolerance for pain and the skill level of the esthetician. For those with a lower threshold for pain, the area targeted for treatment can [...]
The durability of microblading varies from person to person due to the unique characteristics of each individual's skin. Typically, the effects last between 1 to 2 years, but this timeframe can be influenced by several factors, including the specific area treated, the tools and pigments used, and the techniques applied. Despite identical conditions and procedures, [...]
To prevent unsatisfactory outcomes, it's crucial to use high-quality products that match your skin type. Using the appropriate products at the correct temperature and color for your skin ensures there will be no alteration in color post-application. Making the right choice heavily relies on the expertise and experience of the professional conducting the procedure.
The initial 24 hours following a Microblading session are crucial. It's important to keep the eyebrows dry and refrain from applying makeup. In the week after the procedure, experiencing some itchiness and the formation of crusts on the eyebrows is typical and indicative of the healing process. It's vital to resist scratching and avoid removing [...]
The treated area should not be exposed to water for the initial 24 hours. Once this period has passed, you may generously apply Vaseline to the area before showering.
A slight discomfort may be felt during the lip filling procedure. However, pain is minimized by using local anesthetic creams and minimal discomfort is usually felt during the procedure.
There may be slight swelling or redness after the procedure. These effects usually subside within 1-3 days. You can return to normal daily activities immediately after the procedure, but excessive physical activity or exposure to hot water is not recommended in the first days.
Lip fillers are usually temporary and their effects may vary depending on the filler and the individual's metabolism. Hyaluronic acid fillers are absorbed by the body over time and their effects decrease. Generally, results can last between 10-12 months.
After the procedure, you can apply moisturizing products to your lips regularly by following the recommendations of your Aesthetician. It is also important to use sunscreen and avoid extreme heat or cold.
Minor swelling, redness, or sensitivity might be experienced following the treatment. Typically, these reactions are brief and temporary.