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January 01, 2018



 ● To ensure everything goes smoothly during and after your wax, it’s important to be prepared for the initial appointment.

 ● Before you book an appointment, make sure your hair is long enough for the wax to grab onto (about ¼ inch or 6 mm). This ensures there’s no damage to the hair follicles. If you’ve just shaved, you should typically allow for at least 3 weeks of hair growth before waxing.

 ● In the days leading up to your appointment, be sure to exfoliate and moisturize skin regularly, which will help prevent ingrown hairs.  ● We recommend using a hypo-allergenic moisturizer. On the day of your wax, keep skin product-free. Don’t apply any oils, gels or lotions as they may prevent wax from properly adhering to the hair.


 ● No exercise, intercourse or tanning for at least a day after waxing, you should also avoid steamy saunas, hot tubs and baths.

If you’re going for a Brazilian or bikini wax, we suggest bringing a fresh pair of cotton underwear to change into after your appointment. Post-wax, your pores are exposed and more prone to infection. A clean pair of underwear will help to keep germs away.

Reduce pain and inflammation

 ● If you’re worried about pain, you can take an ibuprofen half an hour before your appointment, which may also reduce inflammation. A numbing product at your local pharmacy such as Bare Ease cream* ($9, 85g) can also help make the procedure more comfortable. If you’re experiencing soreness or redness after your wax, try resting with a cold compress applied to the waxed area.

 ● You may also want to avoid waxing in the week before your period (days 23 to 28 of your cycle). According to medical experts, painful procedures may hurt more during that time because endorphins are at their lowest level. Consider booking your wax appointment during the time of the month you’re ovulating (days 13 through 15 of your cycle). That’s when estrogen levels, and your body’s natural painkiller system are at their highest.

 ● Exfoliate regularly

 ● After at least 24 hours have passed, you can lightly exfoliate the skin that’s been waxed and moisturize.

 ● In addition to using a body scrub, a bikini brush is a great option. You use it to exfoliate dry skin prior to having a shower. Plus, it has other benefits such as helping to boost circulation, improve blood flow and reduce the appearance of cellulite.

 ● Regular exfoliation, combined with moisturizing, should keep skin soft and prevent bumps and ingrown hairs.


 ● Once you start exfoliating skin again. We recommend regularly applying an ingrown hair serum. The serum comes in a roll-on or a bottle and includes both exfoliating and moisturizing ingredients to help prevent ingrown hairs and bumps.

 ● After approximately four weeks have passed, we will be waiting for you! It’s time for another wax appointment.


 ● Wax 2 days before the tanning or shave the night before; Wax residue will block tanner absorption.

 ● Please exfoliate with a non-oil based, gritty scrub or exfoliant prior to your tan. You want to remove all dead skin so your tan looks as even as possible.

 ● You CANNOT have any lotion, makeup, deodorant, sunscreen or oil on your skin at the time of your appointment - even if it has been applied earlier in the day.

 ● Pack some scrubby, loose-fitting and darker clothes to wear home from your appointment. No wiggling into leggings, tights, skinny jeans, or any formfitting clothes.

 ● Bring your bikini or panty, as you wish you tanning to look after the tanning session.



 ● Avoid bathing or sweating from 8-12 hours after tanning.

 ● Do not apply perfume, lotions, and/ or creams 8 hours after tanning (deodorant and makeup can be applied immediately after).

 ● The color will be at its darkest for up to 8 hours after tanning. This is normal.

 ● Wash your hands to remove staining from the tanning process at any time.

 ● Bathing can occur 8 hours after tanning. After bathing you will notice the excess color begins to fade and the color should be evenly distributed across the entire body.

 ● You can resume normal daily activities 8 hours after tanning.

 ● If any clothing worn comes into contact with the tanning product, remove the stains by washing in laundry detergent the same day.



 ● Wait at least 8 hours before showering. Recommend next day. You may see color washing off the first time you shower, this is normal.

 ● Apply moisturizer after the shower and everyday after your tanning session. This will help prolong your tan.

 ● Do not take long hot baths or showers.

 ● Chlorine from a pool o Jacuzzi can cause your tan to fade faster.


January 01, 2018


 If you’ve never had micro pigmentation before, there are a lot of unknowns. One of the most common questions we’re asked is what to expect during the healing process. While every person is different, and some heal more quickly or slowly than others, here’s generally what to expect.

 Temporary side effects from micro pigmentation include but are not limited to: redness, swelling, puffiness, bruising, dry patches and tenderness.

 You should expect to lose approximately 1/3 of the initial color during the healing process. We have selected the optimal pigments for you with this in mind. In approximately six days it may appear too light. After about 10 days, the color will show more. It will appear softer when completely healed.


Though rare, infection is possible. If you see signs of infection such as persistent increased redness or swelling, fever, drainage, or oozing, contact us immediately.

 ● An invisible liquid bandage will be applied over your brows at the completion of your procedure. This liquid bandage will wear off after approximately 48 hours.

 ● Beginning 48 hours after your procedure, apply a very thin coat of ointment to the area twice a day for 3-4 days (or until all scabbing/crust has come off) after cleansing with simple soap or baby shampoo.

 ● When the area starts to flake, leave it. Do not pick, peel or pull on the skin.

 ● Avoid sweating such as from vigorous exercise for a week post-procedure.

 For at least a week post-procedure or until healing is complete (whichever is longer):

● Keep your hands clean and avoid touching the treated area.

● Do not scrub or pick treated areas.

● Do not use peroxide or Neosporin on treated areas.

● Do not expose area to direct sun or to tanning beds.

● Avoid exposing the area excessive moisture or humidity, such as: facials, swimming, whirlpools (hot tubs), saunas, steam rooms, and steamy showers.

● Avoid Retin-A, moisturizers, glycolic acids, defoliants and anti-aging products always (not just during healing) on all micro pigmented areas. These can cause pigments to fade and lighten prematurely.

● Pigments will slowly fade over time according to one’s metabolism, skin type, sun exposure, medication, facial surgery, and smoking. Schedule maintenance visits as needed to keep it looking fresh.

● Periodic touch ups will ensure longer lasting results. Eyebrows

● An invisible liquid bandage will be applied over your brows at the completion of your procedure. This liquid bandage will wear off after approximately 48 hours.

● Beginning 48 hours after your procedure, apply a very thin coat of ointment to the area twice a day for 3-4 days (or until all scabbing/crust has come off) after cleansing with simple soap or baby shampoo.

● Do not resume any method of eyebrow hair removal or coloration for at least two weeks.

● Avoid eyebrow tinting within 48 hours before or two weeks after the procedure.

What will make your eyebrows fade?

● Lighter pigment - blondes fade faster than brunettes

● Oily skin – hair strokes will both fade and blur over time

● Frequent exercise - the salt in sweat will purge the pigment from the skin

● Sun exposure - the sun bleaches everything

● Certain medications

● Anti-aging skincare products

● Acne medications and cream

● Youth – simply put, the younger/healthier you are, the faster your cells turn over



Don’t get to crazy everyone heals differently. Remember?

LOL look at you reading all this! good job!!


1.      The eyebrows are approximately 20-25% bolder and darker in width than they will be when healed. Expect light to moderate swelling and redness. The skin’s redness causes the color of the pigment to appear darker. There is some swelling, although difficult to see due to the thickness of the skin in the eyebrow area. This will subside. Exfoliation, which begins in a few days, will cause the excess pigment surrounding the eyebrow to flake away and a narrower appearance will result. New skin will heal over the pigmented area and result in a softer appearance of your eyebrows. Don’t be concerned that your eyebrows initially appear darker and heavier in size than you desire. This is all part of the process.

2.      Conditions remain the same.

3.      Eyebrows start to itch and will appear a bit thicker in texture. Exfoliation begins.

4.      The skin begins to flake, peeling from the outside edges first.

5.      Color finishes flaking off and appears softer and grayer for a few days until color clarifies.

6.     The color has lightened from its initial overly-dark appearance. For the next few days, the color may now be lighter than what the final color will be.

7.      Finally starting to look pretty!!! Just kidding you’ve always been pretty, ok now let’s get back to it.

10.   The final color begins to stabilize and show through. The color will continue to soften as the       healing process completes.

Now that you are a part of our exclusive eyelash extensions club, please take note of these important instructions to maintain them.


Do not get your lashes wet for 6 hours after the eyelash extensions are applied. It will affect the efficacy of the adhesive. Do not use cleanser on your lash line for 24 hours. Be sure to wait 5-10 minutes for extensions to fully dry before brushing through them as the hair follicle can be very delicate when wet.​

  Avoid taking steamy showers, facials, saunas, and swimming pools.​

  Avoid getting moisture around the eye area when washing face, showering, etc.​

  Do not use the spa, sauna, Bikram Yoga, or tanning bed for 48 hours after your appointment. The bond needs this time to cure fully with no added interference. You may spray tan after your appointment.​

  Avoid chemical peels, waxing, or laser treatments around the eyes.​

How to wash your eyelash extensions:

Apply A Touch of Lash foaming cleanser to the eyelash extensions on the lash line. Using A Touch of Lash cleansing brushes, or your fingers, begin to make small, gentle, circles along the lash line to clean the lash line. You may also use disposable mini swab brushes to clean between the extensions. We like the reusable brushes the best as they're durable and reusable, but still provide a gentle cleaning. Once you have thoroughly cleansed the lash line, rinse your cleanser off. Rinse once more to be sure that your lash line is completely clean. Allow for the extensions to dry for 5 - 10 minutes and fluff them back up with a clean lash wand.


  Avoid rubbing your eyes or pulling your lash extensions. Allergies and shedding cycles can bring about itchy eyes and during these times of the year more frequent maintenance appointments will be required. ​

  Do not use an eyelash curler while wearing eyelash extensions. Heated eyelash curlers are safe, but unnecessary as the extension should keep its curl throughout its life cycle. If you’re unhappy with your curl choice, please let your lash artist know at your next appointment and the change can be made during your refill appointment.​

  Proper hygiene is important in maintaining the eyelash extensions. Please wash your eyelash extensions regularly with A Touch of Lash foaming cleanser. Products should be oil free when coming in contact with the eyelash extensions or around the eye area.​

  Use caution when applying eye creams and moisturizers around the eye area. Too many oil-based products around the lash line can break down the adhesive and allow for premature shedding. Put your eye cream on about an hour before you close your eyes from the evening. Then blot away any excess before closing your eyes for the night. This will ensure that the oils in the product won't transfer onto the lash extensions.​

●  We recommend sleeping on your back or on your side with your hand between your face and the pillow. If you find extensions on your pillow, sheets, sink, or vanity YOU ARE SLEEPING ON THEM. Make an adjustment in the position that you fall asleep in and use pillows if you roll onto your face.​

●  Classic Extensions – we prefer you to not use mascara as it weakens the bond when removing it from your extensions, but if you must wear mascara, it must be oil free and cannot be waterproof mascara. Only apply mascara to the tips of the eyelash extensions and wash off with foaming cleanser each evening. Allowing buildup on your lash line from mascara will affect the life of your lash set and you will experience retention issues. If you haven’t already, ask your lash artist about our Black Magic Sealant to use instead of mascara or upgrade to a volume set of extensions to achieve a fuller look.​

  Volume Extensions – you are not able to use mascara or sealant. Using these products on your volume lashes will ruin your volume extensions.​

  After showering, please wait 2 minutes for your eyelash extensions to dry and avoid rubbing them. Then, brush them with your eyelash comb or clean and dry mascara wand. Never brush your extensions while they are wet. The hair follicles are more delicate when wet and you risk pulling your lashes out if you brush them while wet.

  We advise for regular refill appointments between every 2-3 weeks to maintain the desired fullness.​

  If you experience any pain, irritation, redness, or itching, please contact VEROVITA immediately.


January 01, 2018

For best results please follow these instructions.


Discontinue use of Isotretinoin for 6 months (Sotret, Claravis, Amnesteem, and Accutane).

Discontinue use of topical prescriptive medications for 48 hrs. (Retin-A, Tazorac, Dierin, EpiDuo, Ziana)

Refrain from any type of exfoliating treatment(s) (glycolic, enzymes) to the area of treatment for 48 hrs.

Refrain from any Medium/ Deep chemical resurfacing and laser treatments for 1 month.

Refrain from waxing and use of depilatories for 48 hrs.

Discontinue use of OTC acne medications (Benzoyl Peroxide, Salicylic) for 48 hrs.

If you are prone to cold sores, our facial treatment may cause a break out; ask your doctor for a prophylactic treatment such as Valtrex. Please use medication 2 days before, during and 2 days after.

Avoid sun tanning or tanning creams/sprays for at least 72 hrs.

Post injections (Dysport, Juvederm, Restylane) wait at least 2 weeks. Botox at least 5 days.

For Gentlemen’s facial treatment shaving is not recommended on day of treatment. If you choose to shave, please shave at least 3-4 hours prior to your treatment.

The day of your appointment a full consultation will be provided. If you have any special health considerations, allergies, pregnant, etc., be sure to notify us when you make your appointment.

However, feel free to contact us with your concerns if in doubt about whether you are a candidate for this.



Avoid sunbathing for at least 48 hrs. (although, we recommend this indefinitely) to prevent UV rays from damaging your skin which slows down the benefits of the facial. Patients who absolutely cannot avoid sun exposure should use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher to maintain your improved skin.

Injections can be resumed in 24hrs.

Waxing and depilatories can be resumed in 48 hrs.

Avoid heat (hot showers, sauna, and intense cardio) for 24 hrs.

If you do not need make-up for the evening of treatment, wait until the next morning.

Topical prescriptive medications can be resumed in 48 hrs.

OTC acne medications may be resumed in 48 hrs.

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