Plant Magazine of Botanical-online September 2017

Natural remedies

Contraindications of depilatory creams

SIDE EFFECTS OF DEPILATORY CREAMS

CONTRAINDICATIONS AND PRECAUTIONS WITH THE DEPILATORY WAX

Contraindications of depilatory wax

- Hot wax can not be used with people suffering from varicose veins or circulatory problems. It is more convenient to use warm or cold wax.

- Do not apply hot wax in areas where it could affect other organs, such as near the eyes.

- It should not be applied on the skin with acne or dermatitis.

- The area should be cleaned properly with an antiseptic to avoid possible infections.

- It is advisable to wait 24 hours before applying deodorants, make-up, etc.

- You should also wait the same period of time for bathing, showering or sunbathing, to allow time for the skin to recover.

- It is better to use wide and soft clothing, try to avoid the fiber.

Risks or possible consequences of depilatory wax

- There is a risk of burning the skin.

- May produce itching and irritation.

- May produce allergy

- There is a risk of developing internal hair, one of the causes that usually produce cysts.

- It can dry the skin.

- It sticks firmly and causes a lot of pain.

Note: Some types of wax that do not contain beeswax, such as sugar wax, can minimize many of the above risks

More information on beewax, honey and other bee products in the listing above.

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