PREVENT INJURIES CAUSED BY WAXING!

PREPARATIONS FOR THE SUMMER HAVE ALREADY BEGUN, SO THE HAIR HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE LEGS, ARMPITS, HANDS, INTIMATE AREAS AND OTHER PARTS OF THE BODY.

Waxing can be quite painful and may leave more serious injuries to the body such as burns, hair regrowth, tissue inflammation, bruising, capillary scarring, and the like.

Research shows that over 50% of people have experienced some kind of injury due to waxing, and in 88% of cases, the fault is in person to perform waxing.

THESE ARE THE MOST COMMON INJURIES CAUSED BY WAXING AND TIPS ABOUT HOW TO PREVENT THEM:
PIMPLES
Pimples usually emerge from the use of razors or wax. Your skin is smooth for several days, but when the hair starts to pops up, countless tiny pimples appear. Sounds familiar? To avoid the appearance of pimples, use a sharp razor and a sensitive skin wax with the “Sensitive” mark.

If pimples still appear, prepare a warm bath after you make a gentle exfoliation of fine sugar and honey. It works anti-inflammatory, which is ideal for your excited skin. After peeling, rinse the area with lukewarm water and then with cold water to keep the pores closed and moisturize with moisturizing cream.

INGROWN HAIRS
Are there worse than ingrown hairs? Apart from being unattractive, they can be quite painful. The hairs were ingrown usually if you use the epilator or razors. To avoid ingrown, before waxing spread the pores on your skin bath or a warm compress.

After depilation, apply aloe vera to the depilated area. After 2 days exfoliate the treated area and repeat it every 2-3 days to prevent ingrown.

BRUISES
It often happens that, after waxing, body bruising. To prevent dark bruises, after waxing, cool area with some ice cubes or cold compresses.

BURNS OR BURNED SKIN
If redness followed by peeling or itching occurs after the depilation, you may have suffered burns due to wax depilation. This means that the wax is too aggressive for you and that by pulling it has removed the surface layer of the skin.

You can also get burns by applying wax to the skin directly. To avoid burns caused by waxing, instead of wax, try using sugar paste that much gentler effect on the skin and does not need to heat it at high temperatures.

PAIN
To reduce the pain caused by waxing, it is necessary to prepare the skin before the procedure. Take a bath with warm water, prepare a bath or put warm compresses on the place you want to wax. Then go for waxing.

After each pulling off, press with hand place where you removed the hairs. It takes only a few seconds for the pain to calm down. This simple trick will facilitate the overall waxing process.