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Lecithin: Lecithin, found in egg whites, helps emulsify dietary fats. In fact, it is found in many foods for that purpose. Also available as a food supplement: lecithin aka phosphatidyl choline. ...Read more
Yes: Waxing burns are usually superficial and tend to fade with time. If needed, you can use an over-the-counter or prescription fading cream that contains hydroquinone as its active ingredient. Be sure to use sunscreen also, as sun makes dark marks darker. If you are using a retinoid (prescription) or retinol, be sure to stop it at least 3 days before waxing or request hard wax to prevent burns. ...Read more
Weaving and plucking: Weaving and plucking when properly done have very little pull on the eyebrow therefor the least to affect the eyebrow position long term. Waxing usually has a sudden and strong pull on the eyebrow that can evetually lead to drooping eyebrows. ...Read more
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