Eyebrow Aftercare

On this page you will find out all the eyebrow information you could possibly need to know when opting for an eyebrow treatment here at Denisa King. Prior to your appointment, you should read this eyebrow information to find out more about the eyebrow before care instructions, so you can come fully prepared for your treatment. You will also be able to find our eyebrow aftercare instructions, so that you will be able to make the most of your eyebrow treatment. Simply read on to find out the eyebrow information, including before care and aftercare.

Before care instructions should ideally be read at least four weeks prior to your treatment, to ensure that the instructions are followed. Below this, we have also listed some contraindications, so you can make sure that the treatment is suitable for you. We also recommend that you familiarise yourself with the eyebrow aftercare instructions before your treatment, so that you can simply be reminded of the process upon completing your treatment.


Eyebrow Aftercare

Before Care Instructions

  • Do not work out on the day of the procedure
  • Do not drink too much coffee on the day of the procedure
  • Do not tan (no sun) for 3-5 days prior of the procedure
  • Do not take aspirin, niacin, vitamin E or ibuprofen 24 hours before procedure
  • No alcohol the night prior or on the day of the procedure
  • Any waxing or tinting of the brows should be done 3 days prior
  • No Botox for 2-4 weeks prior to the procedure
  • It is best to do a scrub 3 days prior to the procedure
  • Stop using any Retin-A or AHA products for 2 weeks prior to the procedure
  • No lasers or chemical peels for 2 – 4 weeks prior to the procedure
  • No microdermabrasion or dermaplaning for 2 weeks prior the appointment


  • Nursing a child
  • Pregnant women
  • Diabetic type 1 clients
  • Clients taking blood thinners
  • Clients who take Accutane or steroids
  • Hemophiliac
  • Clients with skin diseases on the brows area e.g. eczema
  • Allergies to any of the pigments or products used
  • Clients with active skin cancer
  • Clients with HIV
  • Clients with Hepatitis C
  • Keloid scar
  • Clients who previously had a permanent eyebrow tattoo which look block and black/blue/green/red/purple color. This may require laser tattoo removal before any correction. If this is your case, please email us a picture or book a free consultation

After Care Instructions

After your treatment please clean the treated area with cooled boiled water on a cotton pad, gently pat dry the treated area with a fresh dry cotton pad, then apply the aftercare ointment 2 times a day until the area starts to scab. (Wash, Dry, Moisturize)

Your procedure will begin to oxide immediately. This causes the pigment to become darker. Do not be alarmed, this dark colour will fade during the next few days.

Note: The colour will fade approx. 40% after the healing process and your treated area will become softer and lighter.

Other fading or loss of pigment many occur. Some flaking of the pigment is normal on some skin types; the pigment may sometimes disappear only to re-appear a few days or weeks later. Any pigment loss will be recovered at touch up.

Avoid any excessive exposure to sunlight or UV rays, intensive exercise, sauna or swimming pool visits within the first 2 weeks of having the treatment.

Please do not apply make-up or any make-up remover on the treated area for the next 5-7 days.

Do not use any face creams, exfoliators, or harsh cleansers on your brows during the healing process.

Please avoid direct contact with water, if exposed please pat dry your eyebrows after any contact e.g. having a shower or bath.

If the area starts to scab and become itchy please do not pick or scratch. By doing this it may cause the treated area to lose colour or damage your skin.

For lips and eyeliner treatment please apply the A+D ointment as many times as needed a day.