EYEBROWS: No ointment for the first 24 hours. Apply a thin, light coat of ointment 2-4 times a day after washing. Apply a grain-of-rice sized amount of ointment to each eyebrow. Keep it thin and light, just enough to keep the area moisturized. Apply ointment for 5-7 days. Apply nothing else to the procedure area for 5-7 days. NO MAKEUP. NO OTHER MOISTURIZER. NOTHING.
EYELINER: No ointment for the first 48-72 hours. After 48-72 hours, apply a very light coat of ointment once in the morning and once in the evening for the following 2-3 days. Eyes are very sensitive to ointment so use sparingly and try to avoid getting it in the eye itself. If you feel any discomfort IN the eye, you should see your eye doctor immediately and contact me as well. Although it is important to use ointment to keep the area moisturized, using it excessively can starve the skin of air and can result in pigment loss during the healing process, or even infection. Use it sparingly, just enough to moisten. Allergic reactions are extremely rare, but possible. If you notice any bumps or rash, or think you may be having a reaction, stop using the ointment immediately, cleanse the area, and call the studio.