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Is it Safe to do Facial peel off wax every 2 months? Since Laser treatment is expensive..and after Facial wax she suffers from redness, small white bumps, light acne and bruise...so can you suggest a healing cream which I can apply after Facial wax? And when to apply? (Combination skin type)
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Waxing causes injury to the epidermis of skin . Kindly avoid waxing .
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Kindly consult a board certified dermatologist for this issue.
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It depends on the tone and texture of skin... for accurate diagnosis and information do direct online consultation with photo
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No need to worry.specific treatment is available.it depends on severity of the disease . Complete medical history is required.. Pls do online consultation with Dermatologist for detailed prescription & guidance.
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Cream can be suggested only after looking at the texture and skin type ,Facial wax are never a great option to go with it leaves your skin irritated and many pores are left open ,it can be treated you can just send your picture and get your problems resolved through online consultation itself
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