Phi Aftercare usage

Published: 18.07.16

Phi Aftercare usage

After removal of the mask (the pigment that remains on the skin 5 minutes after the treatment) leave the skin to rest for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes gently wipe dry lymph with the wet cotton pad. Gently rub the silicone into the skin. Silicone is applied only once and is removed by warm water and a neutral soap after 24 hours.


Post-treatment care is much more comfortable for the client because there is no rinsing and re-applying of the aftercare. Silicone can be used multiple number of times if the client is exposed to the heavy work (trainings) when the sweat is present, or if there is a possibility to wipe the silicone before the expiry of 24 hours. Aftercare is a flexible, modern plaster that evaporates water and gases, and at the same time protects the skin from the moist and bacteria.

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