You will need
- -alcohol or hydrogen peroxide;
- -tea tree oil;
- -vegetable oil;
- -calendula, succession, celandine, chamomile.
To waxing did not cause strong irritation, before its implementation well rasparte skin, along using the body scrub and sloughing dead skin particles. Wipe the skin with alcohol-containing solutions at this time is impossible. It is also impossible to get a tan and visit the Solarium.
After the procedure disinfect the skin with rubbing alcohol or lotion containing alcohol. Avoid liquid contact with mucous membranes. If products that contain alcohol, dry skin, you can replace them with hydrogen peroxide.
After you wipe the skin with alcohol, use a moisturizing cream with anti-inflammatory effect.
In addition to these, there are special medical disinfectant solutions, creams, jellies and gels that soothe the skin. These funds do not have to irritate in case of contact with mucosa. They are usually sold in pharmacies.
The healing of minor wounds, promotes the tea tree oil. If the injury is minor, it is used even in pure form, but applied to the skin in this case, the oil should only point. But if the irritation covered a large surface, put a few drops of this oil in sunflower and brush over the skin. Despite the fact that this oil is poorly absorbed, the effect is fast enough.
Well tighten wounds on the skin aloe. Take one leaf, slice it lengthwise, remove the spines from the edges and attach to razdrajennouu place.
To soothe the skin after hair removal will help decoctions of calendula, succession, celandine and chamomile. Steep any of these herbs, strain and make a bath by adding appropriate infusion. Can also be wet in such a broth napkin or a cotton pad for a few minutes and apply to the spot of hair removal. This procedure is usually repeated several times. By the way, alcohol tinctures of calendula or eucalyptus to disinfect the skin.
To relieve irritation can also a children's anti-inflammatory cream or powder and face creams with chamomile or aloe.
Sometimes skin irritation can appear as a result of an allergic reaction to the wax or other preparations for depilation. In this case, creams and lotions may not help. Therefore, if irritation persists, consult a specialist-an allergist, who will select for you the best drug.