ReDiant Beauty Microblading
Things you need to know AFTER your microblading treatment:
  • Do not touch your freshly bladed brows.  You do not want to get any potential bacteria that may be on your hands or fingers to get into your healing brows.  Doing so could cause potential infection.
  • Avoid direct water contact (don't submerge your face in water) for 5-7 days.  Twice a day use a gentle cleanser (like Green Soap, baby shampoo, or Cetaphil Gentle Wash) to clean the brow area.  Do not clean your face with cleanser that contain exfoliants.  Exfoliants could rub the pigment out of the hairstrokes.  Use a q-tip to gently wash the brow area with the cleanser.
  • No rubbing or picking the treated area.  As your new brows heal, you may notice some flaking of the skin.  This is completely normal.  Picking at your newly treated brows may result in unwanted gaps that may have otherwise not happened.
  • DRY HEAL: If instructions were given to you to dry heal (due to oily skin or larger pores), no ointment should be applied.  Continue to gently wash the brows (as per the aforementioned instructions) with no further topical products.
  • WET HEAL: If instructions were given to you to wet heal, after gently cleansing your brows, apply a light layer of ointment (Aquaphor, A&D Ointment).  Do not use Neosporin (Neosporin will do the opposite of what you want to do.  Neosporin is intended to get rid of foreign bodies.  Therefore, it could run the risk of "getting rid" of the hair strokes, resulting in loss of pigment.  Use a q-tip to apply he ointment.  Wet healing process is recommended for clients with normal to dry skin.  Wet heal process should done for the first 7-10 days.
  • Avoid direct sunlight or artificial light at least 7-10 days after treatment.  Keep them shaded where possible.
  • Avoid prolonged direct sunlight, tanning beds, excessive sweating, and makeup in the brow area for at least 7-10 days.  If you have to be in the sun or exercising, please wear a cap or adband that pulls the sweat from the brow area.
  • It is also important to note that even with the proper aftercare, your brows can result in patches or fading spots.  This is completely normal as your body is trying to recover and reject this foreign object (pigment) from your face.  This is what your 4-8 weeks touch-up is intended for.  To replace any hair strokes lost during your initial healing process.​​
  • All of the aforementioned instructions should be following after your touch-up as well.​