LIP BLUSH PRECARE

It is very important to follow lip blush pre-care and aftercare instruction carefully to achieve a good result. Colour will be lost or patchy if you don't follow the instruction. 


  • Do NOT drink coffee or any caffeine on the day of the procedure. Caffeine causes excessive pain and bleeding 

  • Do NOT drink alcohol 24 hours before the procedure. Drink lot of water, and have plenty of rest before the appointment. 

  • For a lip blush to last longer, on the date of your procedure prior to your appoitnment exfoliate your lips with a natural lip scrub if you have dry lips​ and keep your lips moisturized 

  • ​Do NOT consume Advil, Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E and/or Ibuprofen, fish oil supplements, omega-3 or any blood thinning mediation for a minimum of 72 hours prior to the procedure. 

  • If you're very sensitive to pain, you can take Extra Strenght Tylenol right before the appointment. It helps you to relax.

  • Avoid exercise on the day of the procedure

  • If your appointment is during a cold sore outbreak, your procedure cannot be performed. If you have a history of cold sores, lip blush can trigger cold sores if you are a carrier of this virus in your body. Therefore as a precaution, it is recommended that you take anti viral mediation 3 days before the procedure and 5 days after. Cold sores cause pain and affects the healing result. It causes the colour lost or patchy. 

  • Cold sores is herpes simplex virus and many are not aware that they are a carrier of the virus as the signs are not always visible until it is triggered. You can get any of this medication on prescription from your family doctor: ZOVIRAX/Acyclovir/Valtrex /Docosanol. Or you can get ABREVA over the counter at a pharmacy, it's less strong than the one on the prescription from your doctor.  

  • Avoid Exfoliators, creams containing Glycolic Acid, Retin-A, Renova, and Alpha Hydroxyls Acid (AHAs) at least 72 hours before the procedure​