1. Avoid Sun Exposure: Stay out of direct sunlight and avoid tanning beds for at least 24 hours after the waxing. The skin may be more sensitive and prone to sunburn.

  2. Skip Harsh Products: Avoid using harsh chemicals, exfoliants, or products with strong fragrances on the waxed area for at least 24 hours. This includes things like scrubs, toners, and perfumed lotions.

  3. No Hot Baths or Showers: For the first 24 hours after waxing, it's best to avoid hot baths, hot tubs, and long, hot showers. Warm water is fine, but hot water can exacerbate any potential irritation.

  4. Avoid Touching the Area: Try to avoid touching the freshly waxed area to prevent the introduction of bacteria or irritants.

  5. Avoid Sweating: It's a good idea to avoid activities that may cause excessive sweating for the first 24 hours after waxing. Sweat can potentially irritate the skin.

  6. Keep the Area Clean: Clean the waxed area with a mild, fragrance-free cleanser to remove any residue or excess wax. Pat the area dry gently with a clean towel

  7. Avoid Makeup and Fragrances: If you've had facial waxing, try to avoid applying makeup or any heavily scented products immediately after the treatment. Your skin may be more sensitive.


Brow Lamination + Lash Lift

  1. Avoid Water and Steam: For the first 24-48 hours after the treatment, avoid getting your lashes wet. This means no swimming, hot showers, or steam rooms.

  2. Avoid Oil-Based Products: Oil-based products can weaken the lift, so avoid using oil-based makeup removers, cleansers, and moisturizers on your lashes.

  3. No Mascara: It's best to avoid using mascara for at least 24 hours after the treatment. When you do start using mascara again, choose a water-based, non-waterproof formula.

  4. Be Gentle: Avoid rubbing your eyes or tugging on your lashes. Treat them gently to avoid any unnecessary stress.

  5. Skip the Curler: Don't use an eyelash curler for the duration of the lift. The lift is designed to give your lashes a curled effect, so using a curler can be too harsh.

  6. Avoid Sleeping Face Down: Try not to sleep with your face pressed into the pillow. This can put unnecessary pressure on your lashes.

  7. Use a Lash + Brow Serum: If you use a lash and brow serum, it's safe to continue using it after the lift. Just make sure it doesn't contain any oil-based ingredients.

  8. Regular Brushing: Use a clean mascara wand or a spoolie to brush your lashes daily. This can help to keep them separated and looking their best.

  9. Be Cautious with Saunas and Steam Rooms: Even after the initial 24-48 hours, it's a good idea to be cautious with steamy environments as they can weaken the lift.

  10. Schedule Touch-Ups: Lash lifts typically last about 6-8 weeks. If you want to maintain the lifted effect, consider scheduling touch-up appointments accordingly.

Facials + Peels

  1. Follow Professional Advice: Always follow the specific instructions provided by your therapist. They may have tailored advice based on the type and strength of the peel you received.

  2. Avoid Sun Exposure: Protect your skin from direct sunlight for at least a week after the peel. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a high SPF, wear protective clothing, and avoid extended sun exposure.

  3. Skip Harsh Products: Avoid using any products with harsh chemicals, exfoliants, or active ingredients (like retinol or alpha hydroxy acids) for a few days to a week post-peel. This includes scrubs, toners, and products containing alcohol.

  4. Moisturize: Keep your skin well-moisturized to help it heal and prevent excessive dryness. Use a gentle, fragrance-free moisturizer recommended by your therapist. 

  5. Avoid Picking or Peeling: It's crucial not to pick, peel, or rub your skin after a chemical peel. This can lead to scarring, infection, and disrupt the healing process.

  6. Use Gentle Cleansers: Clean your face with a mild, non-irritating cleanser. Avoid harsh soaps or cleansers with strong fragrances.

  7. Cool Compresses (if needed): If you experience any discomfort or redness, you can apply cool compresses (a clean cloth soaked in cool water) to the treated area. Avoid using hot water or ice directly on the skin.

  8. Avoid Makeup: It's generally best to avoid applying makeup for at least the first 24 hours after a chemical peel, and possibly longer depending on your specific situation. When you do start using makeup again, opt for gentle, non-comedogenic products.

  9. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water to help your body and skin stay hydrated, which can aid in the healing process.

  10. Avoid Strenuous Activities: For the first few days after the peel, avoid activities that can cause excessive sweating or raise your body temperature.

  11. Be Patient: Allow your skin the time it needs to heal naturally. Depending on the depth of the peel, it may take a few days to a couple of weeks for your skin to fully recover.

  12. Follow Up Appointments: Depending on the type of peel, you may have follow-up appointments scheduled with your skincare professional. Attend these appointments to monitor your progress and address any concerns.

  13. If required please contact the studio if you have any questions.