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Safe Brazilian Wax Pregnant
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Personal choice: This is a personal decision. It may be hard to get it precise and pretty. Its sort of like giving yourself a haircut, you may save a few bucks, but what will it look like. ...Read more
Is getting a Brazilian wax safe. Is it also safe if you dobt leave any area around your vagina, and do you have to worry about ingrown hairs from waxin?
Yes.: If by safe, you mean it shouldn't permanently damage your female parts. Theoretically, you shouldn't get ingrown hairs from waxing since you're taking the hairs out from the roots. However, waxing is not perfect and some hairs might break near the ends and grow back to form an ingrown hair. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I had a laparoscopic appendectomy about 3.5 weeks ago. Only the incision below the navel appears to be healed, is it safe to have a Brazilian wax?
Yes: The waxing removes hair that is elevated above the skin level. ...Read more
Define "normal": It will grow back, but it will become more sparse and have a finer texture, especially if you wax on a regular basis. That's because waxing pulls the hairs out by their roots, which weakens the hair follicles, making them less capable of growing normal, strong hair shafts. That's a good result for most people who have such procedures, but if it's not what you want, don't have it done. ...Read more
What to do if i usually get Brazilian wax but does plucking keep the hair from growing back faster?
Waxing: Plucking does not result in quicker return of hair. ...Read more
Epilation: Pain! why would anyone do that? Why not shave the areas you wish to defoliate. It is much easier and painless, and cause none of the problems with filling the tiny holes from which hairs are pulled in waxing. Seriously, shaving hair does not cause it to grow thicker or faster. If it did bald man would shave their heads three times a day! ...Read more
Traumeel: Consider smoothing on traumeel ( a product made from herbals - comes from germany where herbs are used as medicines.). ...Read more
Brazilian Wax: Some of the most common side effects that you are putting yourself at risk for when you decide to get a brazilian bikini wax include yeast infections and bacterial infections. Although it is even more rare, there are some instances in which sexually transmitted diseases, such as herpes, have been spread through brazilian bikini waxes. Some other effects include itchiness and blotchy skin. ...Read more
Yes: I think that would work just fine, but make sure you put it on a bit earlier. ...Read more
Popossibly: Yes because of chemical interaction with your skin. ...Read more
Hygiene: There would be no correlation or connection between the two. Get the wax if you want one. ...Read more
Allergic reaction: You might be allergic to brazilian wax. ...Read more
I just got a Brazilian wax and they put SO much powder 'down there' I'm worried about getting cancer from the talc. How dangerous is this?
I think it's safe: The idea that a small amount of asbestos in talc causes ovarian cancer has been around since I was a med student in the 1970's, and is popular with tort lawyers, but it doesn't make sense and seems only to be supported by studies that invite bias. These are the ones in which anything can cause anything. Stop worrying. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers