What to Do and What Not to Do After a Lip Blush Treatment
To get the most out of your Lip Blush treatment, there are a few things you should keep in mind thereafter, including some dos and don'ts.
You'll need to know about aftercare once you've had your Lip Blush treatment. Everything you need to know is right here.
You're in for a treat if you've made the correct decision to have Lip Blush treatment. Your lips will appear larger, richer, and more colorful in no time. You'll save time in the morning getting ready, and you'll never have to worry about smudges again. However, there are a few things to remember after your Lip Blush process, including some dos and don'ts, if you want to get the most out of your treatment.
Be prepared for some discomfort.
We're not going to lie to you: after your Lip Blush treatment, you're probably going to be a little uncomfortable. This is to be expected, and there is no reason to be concerned. A minor burning sensation, dry lips, swelling, and peeling are all possible side effects. If you ever have a reason to be concerned or believe something isn't quite right, please contact us as soon as possible.
When your lips begin to scab, avoid the impulse to assist them. Allow your scabs to fall off naturally rather than peeling or picking them. You can cool your lips with an ice pack if necessary, and you can gently blot them with a moist cotton pad, but you must let them air dry and let them alone. They need to recover, and the best way to treat your lips is to let them alone. Interfering can cause scarring or pigment loss.
Expect the color to not be perfect right away.
Don't be concerned if the color of your lips turns out to be darker than you intended. The color you see right after your Lip Blush process is merely temporary and has no bearing on how it will look in a few weeks. When compared to the immediate after-procedure results, your lip color will fade up to 50%, and your new lip color will blend in with your natural lip color.
Don't worry if your lip color has entirely disappeared once your lips have peeled. Your original color will return, and it will be the one you were seeking for. Remember that you have a second follow-up visit to confirm that you are satisfied with the results.
Make an appointment for a follow-up session.
You'll be scheduled for a follow-up appointment after your initial operation, which will last two to three hours. This is a follow-up operation that takes place six to eight weeks after your procedure. This gives your skin enough time to ingest the pigment and repair.
For two weeks, don't exercise or sunbathe.
This is your pass to avoid going to the gym! For the first two weeks after treatment, you must take special care of your lips. This means you shouldn't exercise since your lips don't need to deal with excess sweat while they heal, and you shouldn't expose your lips to direct sunlight because it can harm the fragile skin of your lips.
Avoid touching your lips at all costs!
People constantly touch their faces, whether they realize it or not. Most people find it enticing to pick at their scabs, as unappealing as it may sound. When you've undergone Lip Blush treatment and are trying to recover, this can be an issue. You're putting yourself at risk of infection by touching your face. Don't touch your lips till they've healed. Allow them to breathe, and the results will be far superior.
Make Sure Your Lips Aren't Wet
Because getting your lips moist can make them more prone to infection, it's best to keep them dry and clean. For the first few days, drink via a straw – this may be preferred if you have sensitive lips!
Keep an eye on what you eat.
You'll want to eat healthy while your lips heal. Stick to dry foods and do everything you can to keep your lips clean. For the first several days, we recommend avoiding salty and spicy foods.
Your stunning lip change may take a long time to achieve, but it will be worth it. Are you thinking of getting a lip blush treatment? Feel free to email me, Sumiko Lui, at firstname.lastname@example.org or book your appointments here.