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POST CARE INSTRUCTIONS
*DO NOT PANIK, THE COLOR WILL LIGHTEN!!
What to expect after procedure:
All procedures can be considered a multi-stage process, IT MAY BE NECESSARY to have a touchup session 4 weeks after your initial application of permanent makeup.
Final results of color consistency or defined lines can be achieved as a result of touchup appointments.
- Wash brows twice daily and apply ointment with clean finger tips until scabs are completely gone (7-10 days). No double-dipping. Do not touch the procedure area unless applying ointment.
- Dryness, flashing and itching in the area may occur.
- Mild tenderness, redness or mild bruising around the area may occur (if poor hygiene is used, an infection can occur and medical treatment may be necessary).
- No scratching, rubbing or picking of the procedure area.
- Do not apply makeup on or around the procedure area for 72 hours.
- No swimming in chlorine or saltwater until your procedure site is healed.
- No tanning for 3 weeks.
- Touchups may be done 4 weeks after eyebrow procedure, but not sooner.
- Always wear a sun block (15 or stronger) when outdoors.
If you have any question or concerns, please contact us. Additionally, you should seek medical attention if the tattoo site becomes infected or painful, or if you develop a fever shortly after being tattooed.
If you have any complaint, please contact the Macomb County Health Dept. at (586) 469-5235
You may allowed to donate blood within the standard deferral period if you present a copy of your client record form from the licensed tattooing facility to the blood donor facility.
Disclosure Statement/Notice of Filing Complaints
Public art 375, which was enacted in December 2010, indicates that individuals shall not tattoo, brand or perform body piercing on another individual unless the tattooing, branding or body piercing occurs at a body art facility licensed by the Michigan Department of Community Health.
Body art facilities are required to be in compliance with the "Requirements for Body Art Facilities" which provide guidelines for safe and sanitary body art administration.
As with any invasive procedure, body art may involve possible health risks. These risks may include, but are not limited to, transmission of bloodborne diseases such as HIV and Viral Hepatis, skin disorders, skin infections, and allergic reactions.
In addition, persons with certain condition including, but not limited to, diabetes, hemo-philia or epilepsy, are at a higher risk for complications and should consult a physician before undergoing a body art procedure.
If you wish to file a complaint against a body art facility related to compliance with PA375 or have concerns about potential health risks, please visit www.michigan.gov/bodyart.
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