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Aftercare is just as important as the process itself, and our team wants you to be treated with only the best products, even after you leave the studio.

Caring for your new look is one of Eye Design’s top priorities. That’s why we developed a luxurious product range to ensure your results heal properly. With you in mind, our products are packed with only the safest and most nourishing ingredients.

Microblading is exactly what it sounds like; tiny blades make equally tiny incisions in the top layer of your skin. This means scabbing will occur after the process. And just like any other scab you might experience, ours need proper treatment to heal flawlessly.

We always tell our microblading clients to cleanse their skin with a facial wipe, or with a micellar solution on a cloth, so that they can control where they use water. It is so important that water does not touch the microbladed area in the first week following the procedure. (After the first week, you are free to let water fall onto your face in the shower.)

Think of our aftercare regime as your normal skincare routine with a major upgrade! That means when you’re done cleansing, it’s time to moisturize. And that’s where Eyebrow Elixir comes into play.

This all-natural nourishing formula rejuvenates the skin and thickens your brow hairs while the heal post-procedure. Five stripped-down ingredients soothe the skin and heighten your healing experience.

Thick castor oil is known for its exceptional abilities to help overall hair growth. It also boosts the immune system and prevents bacteria from growing.

Antioxidant-rich grapeseed oil alleviates inflammation and promotes general health of the area where applied.

Almost oil--which gives this product its gorgeous sweet smell--relieves skin irritation. Bonus! It also helps reduce signs of aging (as do Vitamins A and E, which we’ve also included).

Click here to give your microbladed brows the nourishing treatment they crave!


  • Posted On April 22, 2019 by Denise

    I just had my eyebrows microbladed. I’m starting to put Castro oil on my eyelashes, would that have any mehstove affect on my eybrows?

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