There are many ways to get rid of excess hair. However, they all have one very bad drawback - irritation and inflammation of the skin. How to deal with the problem? The waxing process is not always smooth, not only for women with sensitive skin.
Almost all of us sooner or later face the problem of inflammation of the hair follicles (folliculitis) after a hair removal procedure. Redness, discomfort, pain and even suppuration appear on the damaged area. It is especially unpleasant if such a problem comes on the eve of a long-awaited vacation or beach party.
Of course, you can avoid skin problems after waxing. To do this, choose the right treatment for your skin type and how to remove hair. Immediately after the procedure, do not rub the skin with a towel, because you will irritate it. Avoid exposing the treated areas to UV rays. If you do decide to go to the beach, don't forget to use a sunblock lotion.
Before shaving or removing hair with a hair remover, it is better to steam the skin. This will simplify the process and make the procedure less painful. To minimize irritation, remove the hair from the root.