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Waxing Question...

Posted by on Mar. 6, 2010 at 6:59 PM
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 I have been using the Gigi Wax Warmer w/Gigi honey wax on my eyebrows, lip, and arms and it works great!  I noticed on my belly though it left little red bumbs that lasted about a day.  Then I tried it on my bikini line and it was worse.  It gets the hair, no problem but it leaves little red bumps.  Is there a cream or something I can use for that?  It look worse than when I shave, which is the whole reason I bought wax!!

-Ashley, 23-y/o Soldier, Army Wife, and Mother to a 3 y/o miracle boy, Azriel (survivor of Gastroschisis, SBS, and a triple organ transplant.) I am a vaxing, non-ERF, pro-life, part-time college student, COMMON SENSE type mother.




 

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mitch576
by on Mar. 6, 2010 at 7:01 PM

if you apply a thin layer of white stick deodorant/ antiperspirant you will not get any bumps of ingrown hairs.

 it also works great for preventing blisters. apply a thin layer to the backs of hte heels or where ever you blister and you won't get them at all.




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SoldierMom86
by on Mar. 6, 2010 at 8:49 PM

 Are you talking about before waxing or before shaving?

Quoting mitch576:

if you apply a thin layer of white stick deodorant/ antiperspirant you will not get any bumps of ingrown hairs.

 it also works great for preventing blisters. apply a thin layer to the backs of hte heels or where ever you blister and you won't get them at all.

 

-Ashley, 23-y/o Soldier, Army Wife, and Mother to a 3 y/o miracle boy, Azriel (survivor of Gastroschisis, SBS, and a triple organ transplant.) I am a vaxing, non-ERF, pro-life, part-time college student, COMMON SENSE type mother.




 

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