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How To Get Rid Of Waxing Rash On Butt
How can you get rid of the rash just with in one day which is caused because of the use of nair wax strips to remove hair of mustach.?
Waxing: Rash and redness due to trauma (like waxing) is pretty hard to get rid of in just one day. It could take up to a few days before it completely goes away. You can try some very mild otc hydrocortisone, but know there's a small chance it could irritate it more. You can also try some cool packs to the area. ...Read more
Hi i'm 21 female I have rash on my upper arm since 7year because of waxing what i can apply to get rid of it? And my wedding will be after one year
Keratosis Pilaris: Keratosis pilaris is harmless (benign). It seems to run in families. It is more common in people who have very dry skin, or who have atopic dermatitis (eczema). The condition is generally worse in winter and often clears in the summer. You can try cerave sa which is over the counter two to four time a day and if that does not work see your deatologist. ...Read more
I woke up with a bad pimple like rash on my face, I got my eyebrows waxed yesterday so it was either the wax or the oil.. How can I get rid of quick?
Allergic/wax/oil?: Best to see a doctor for steroid RX. ...Read more
Chikungunya: Rash is common w red patches w raised dots. Some potential skin issues that can occur w Chikyngunya include Erythema multiforme, Erythema nodosum, swelling & tenderness of hands & feet & bullous skin lesions. Some males have developed aphthous-like ulcers in the groin & some women have presented w vulvar ulcerations. Skin discoloration may occur which can be treated with topical corticosteroids > ...Read more
Information: Stop waxing and the marks should disappear. ...Read more
Have it medically: evaluated for correct diagnosis. Diagnosis will determine treatment plan. ...Read more
Yes.: Those are ingrown hairs, which occur as the hair shafts attempt to regrow after being plucked out by the wax. The problem eventually solves itself if you just let the hair grow back, but that defeats the whole purpose. A dermatologist can prescribe topical medications to treat it and prevent recurrences after future waxings. ...Read more