Can I drink coffee the day of microblading?

Yes, you can drink coffee the day of microblading. However, it is important to keep in mind that caffeine consumption can have a variety of effects on your skin, including increasing your body temperature, encouraging sweating, and dilating the blood vessels.

These effects, while generally benign, may make your microblading procedure more uncomfortable and could potentially interfere with the process. It is therefore recommended that you consume caffeinated beverages in moderation and within 2 to 3 hours prior to your appointment.

Additionally, it is important to be well hydrated on the day of the procedure, so make sure to drink plenty of water.

How many hours before microblading Can I drink coffee?

It is generally recommended to avoid caffeine or other stimulants such as coffee at least 2 hours prior to microblading. Caffeine is a stimulant that can make your skin more sensitive and reactive. Additionally, some medications or supplements should also be avoided before microblading, so make sure to check with your technician to ensure you are avoiding any substances that could increase the risk of negative side effects.

It is also a good idea to avoid alcohol for 24-48 hours before your appointment. Consequently, it would be best to avoid coffee at least 2 hours before microblading.

How do you sleep after microshading?

It is important to ensure that you are able to get a good night’s sleep after microshading, as this will help your skin heal more quickly and effectively. Generally, it is best to keep your body elevated after the procedure with at least one or two pillows and to sleep on your back.

This will help to keep your face from coming into contact with your pillow and allow the microshading areas to heal. Avoid sleeping face down, or applying any pressure or friction to your face as this can cause irritation and slower healing.

Additionally, avoid picking at any scabs or the treated skin. It is recommended to sleep with a light clean shirt on and to keep your hair away from your face to prevent bacteria from transferring to your freshly microshaded skin.

Additionally, you may want to reduce salt intake before and after your procedure, as salt can cause swelling and prolonged healing time. Finally, it is best to avoid exercising, swimming, and any activities that can cause you to sweat, as sweating can cause irritation and possible infection.