Back Waxing aftercare
After the Brazilian waxing procedure is over, you may find that your skin is red and irritated. These are two main Brazilian waxing risks, along with infection, which is easily avoided by using sterilized equipment. Irritation will go away right away, after a few hours or after a day, depending on how sensitive your skin is. After a Brazilian wax, avoid tight clothing so that your skin can breathe. That is an important part to Brazilian waxing aftercare because it allows the irritation to go away. Wear a dress and cotton underwear (or no underwear!) to your Brazilian waxing appointment to make it as pain free as possible.
Another important part of Brazilian waxing aftercare is to moisturize. Moisturizing will prevent more irritation after a Brazilian wax and it will also minimize the hair that will be growing back. The skin will also be softer. Some women use baby lotion as part of their Brazilian waxing aftercare routine because it is made for fresh skin.
After a Brazilian waxing procedure, you may need to touch it up. Those performing a Brazilian wax are traditionally licensed technicians, but even they can miss a spot. After a few days, if your skin irritation has gone done, you can get rid of any hairs they may have missed by shaving or tweezing; both are viable options for getting rid of strays after a Brazilian wax.
A critical part of Brazilian waxing aftercare is to maintain your Brazilian wax. After the Brazilian waxing procedure is done, make an appointment for your next one. Depending on how fast your hair grows, you may need a Brazilian wax again in three weeks or in six. But the more you do it, the easier and less painful it will become, and if you make the appointment right away, you won’t get lazy. It will be less painful because each time you get a Brazilian wax, the hair grows back in finer, therefore pulling out easier, particularly if you use any sort of lotion recommended for Brazilian waxing aftercare.