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Lip Blushing 101

Lip blushing is an excellent way to give yourself fuller, more beautiful lips. Autumn specializes in this procedure, and is dedicated to helping educate her customers on what needs to be done to get the most out of it. 


Aftercare and Maintenance

After your procedure, it’s important to remove lymph fluid from the surface of the skin in order to avoid heavy scabbing. If there is any dry lymph left on the skin before bed, then gently rinse with lukewarm water, pat dry, and apply MicroBalm Healing Ointment. 

For the next week, you’ll want to make sure you keep your lips moist at all times. Apply the MicroBalm Healing Ointment every 30 minutes throughout the day.


For the first seven days after the treatment, please avoid: 

  • Water (on the PMU area) aside from cleaning them 
  • Makeup 
  • Excessive sweating 
  • Sauna 
  • Pools 
  • Sunbathing 
  • Spicy food 
  • Kissing 

Frequently Asked Questions

There may be swelling for 24-48 hours

Age, nutrition, obesity, repeated trauma, skin moisture, chronic conditions, and medication can all have an effect on how you heal from the procedure. 

Keep these things in mind if you’re planning to get any lip blushing or permanent makeup procedure done: 

  • No sauna or tanning one week prior. 
  • You can’t be pregnant or breastfeeding. 
  • No alcohol 24 hours prior. 
  • No minors allowed at the appointment. 
  • Come with clean skin. 
  • No working out the day of. 
  • No caffeine the day of. 
  • No blood thinners. 
  • Discontinue the use of fish oil or vitamin E at least one week prior. 
  • No Botox injections three weeks prior to the procedure (brow area only). 
  • No deep exfoliation two weeks prior (brow area only). 
  • No retinol products, acne treatments of salicylic acid four weeks prior (brow area only). 
  • No antibiotics two months prior. 

Yes. Trauma to the lips—including lips blushing—can act as a trigger for the Herpes virus, causing cold sores for those who have it. In order to avoid a flare-up, we encourage you to be vigilant in post-procedure care. Many clients have found that taking Valtrex (a prescription medication) or L-Lysine (a vitamin supplement) can help them avoid major cold sore flare ups. 

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