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It is highly recommended that you follow Posh Beauty Artistry’s Pre & Post Care instructions to ensure the best possible results and longevity of your paramedical tattoo treatment. This information acts as a guideline only. We cannot guarantee results. Each client’s skin responds differently both in how long it takes to heal, and the number of sessions needed and desired results. It is important that you take good care of your stretch marks or scars while healing and beyond.

 Pre-Care Before the Appointment


Shave/wax areas prior if needed

  • No lasering before the treatment

  • No Fish oil or Vitamin E one week prior to the treatment

  • No Alcohol and Caffeine 24 hrs. prior to the treatment

  • No Aspirin or Ibuprofen 3 days prior to the treatment

  • Avoid Smoking beginning 4 weeks prior to the treatment 

  • Wear loose clothes on the treatment day, as the area(s) will be slightly tender.

  • Shower the day of your treatment and gently exfoliate to get rid of any dead cells.

  • Do not wear serums, toners, creams, or other products the day of the treatment.

  • No Sun Tanning, All Self Tanners, including Spray Tans beginning 4 weeks prior to appointment






  • The treated area(s) will be red, swollen, and perhaps even a little tender to the touch. This is normal. Do NOT sleep on the treated area(s) until the swelling goes down, it will subside over the next few days.

  • The next day, the swelling will subside, but the area will remain red.

  • After 72 hours, the redness will turn into brown pigmentation. This hyperpigmentation may last anywhere from 7 to 45 days.

  • In the next 4-6 weeks, as your skin heals, your scars will go from a bright red to a dark red and a brown color and eventually back to your natural skin color. This is a part of the healing process, do not worry and trust the process.

  • During healing, you will experience dryness, scabbing, and flakiness. Please do not pick or scratch as you may compromise the healing skin.

  • The healing process is different for everyone, typically 4-8 weeks; however, some skin tones prone to hyperpigmentation can take up to 3 months to fully heal.

  • During the healing, if you experience a pain increase or develop a fever, please notify us immediately and see your primary care to ensure it is not an infection or allergic reaction.

  • As long as the treated area is still darker than the skin, it is not yet fully healed.

  • Achieving the best possible outcome may require 2 to 4 sessions, depending on your skin


Always Wash hands before touching the treated area

Day 1(same day as treatment):

  • No showering after the treatment 

  • Apply an ample amount of healing oil. Don’t apply the regeneration cream until the next day

  • To help with the swelling, use cold packs few minutes on and few minutes off (first night only)

  • Do NOT sleep on the treated area(s) until the swelling goes down, it will subside over the next days


Day 2 (next day):

  • Wash the treated area(s) with anti-bacterial soap such as Cetaphil. Don NOT scrub. Pat the area dry with a clean towel

  • Apply the regeneration cream let it dry and apply the healing oil 

  • Repeat these 3 steps 2-3x daily until the treated area is fully healed


Week 4 – Please send us update photos of the treated area(s) at 571-336-7571


  • Limit excessive sweating for 7 days

  • Consume vegetables, supplements, and collagen drinks to aid in the healing process.

  • Hydrate by drinking plenty of water to promote faster healing and better results

  • To help with the swelling, use cold packs few minutes on and few minutes off (first night only)



  • Take Advil, Ibuprofen, or anti-inflammatories for the first 48 hrs.

  • Consume alcohol for the first 48hrs

  • Wear tight clothing for the first 3 days

  • Wet treated areas or shower 12 hours post-treatment

  • Workout or sweat for at least 6 days

  • Smoke, as it can lead to infection and delayed healing

  • Expose the wound to direct sunlight for 30 days as it can cause discoloration.

  • Go swimming, exfoliate, use hot baths, jacuzzi, or a sauna for at least 14 days.

  • Use creams or products on the treated area(s) other than the aftercare provided to you.

  • Consume sweet foods and drinks, as they can increase sugar levels and prolong healing.

  • Scratch, scrub, rub, or pick at the scabs that form after the procedure, as it can pull out the pigment underneath.

  • Tan or expose the treated area to direct sunlight for 30-40 days. This can cause your scars to hyper-pigmentation permanently.

  • Use sunscreen, sunblock or any substance that contains Vitamin D for the first 30 days

Following the proper post-care is necessary to achieve the best results. When scheduling an appointment for a paramedical tattoo treatment please keep in mind the healing time of the treatment will depend on your body’s regeneration, age, immune system, and lifestyle.

If during the healing process you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to email us or call us at 571-336-7571.

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