Keep area clean and dry. Avoid use of ointments, heavy creams, or makeup.
Avoid touching treated area. Fingers are the easiest way to spread germs. Makeup sponges and powder puffs should also not be used. 
Cleanse treated areas twice a day with a mild soap and water; pat dry. Do not rub while washing or drying skin. A client may note a tiny formation of fluid resembling a milia (whitehead) - do not squeeze. This reaction is normal. Apply a dab of Neosporin to area.


IMPORTANT: Occasionally, a tiny scab may appear a few days following treatment. This is normal. Do not forcibly remove scabs. By following the above instructions, the skin will heal naturally and the scab will fall off by itself.

For best results, observe this routine for three to four days following treatment.