Beware Of Hair Removal Side Effects

Hair Removal Side Effects

Hair Removal Side Effects Proper hygiene is essential to avoid health problems due to the waxing. “Whichever method you choose, you should always clean the area to be shaved with sanitizer. In the case of the blade, the disposable ones are indispensable, “says dermatologist Karla .

Hygiene is essential

One who does not take such care may experience unwanted effects. Among the most common problems are localized inflammation, bacterial redness. You should check how the skin is and access the type of depilatory product before application. If the depilatory process lead to bleeding, even if it is minimal, or is carried into areas where there folliculitis is active, there is also the risk of transmission of infectious diseases such as hepatitis B and HIV.

According to the doctors, if the material is not sterile, “The follicle where the hair is pulled also serves as a gateway for bacteria that live on the surface of our skin.

Check for the business license

Clinics that offer hair removal service must have a business license and release of the Health Surveillance. Among other requirements, there is a requirement for a separate area for cleaning and sterilizing equipment, when necessary. All material should be disposable and there must be good lighting, washable walls and countertops, sink for washing hands of professionals, as well as soap dishes, towel and wall-mounted alcohol gel dispensers.

Hence forth laser hair removal method is more hygienic and less risky to health. The use of laser minimizes the possibility of contamination or disease, since the heating in the shooting, with concomitant freezing of the tip, promotes an immediate sterilization applied at each point.

In the laser, the probe must be cleaned with an antiseptic solution to ensure hygiene. The use of depilatory creams, which break the wire without ripping them out, is also safer because the risk of disruption of the skin barrier is minimal, unlike in shaving razor, which cut the line or wax, which creates small channels through which bacteria may enter.

One should make sure that before using anything for hair removal, the skin should be thoroughly cleaned and properly hydrated, so that the process does not cause damage and recovery is complete. For questions about treatments, products and indications, such as use of lightening creams for example, it is best to seek the guidance of a dermatologist for a personal consultation.

Females intimate shaving

Females shaving

More and more girls joining the intimate shaving, going well beyond the pubis and leaves the region of the vulva and anus. It is usually done with hot wax, which makes the process painful and often feared, now you can also use depilatory creams and even lasers.Is intimate shaving is dangerous to health? According to dermatologist, if it is done in an appropriate manner, there is no problem.

“The ideal is that we make a good cleaning before any hair removal method, since the region also has a large number of bacteria,” It is essential to make  sure that the product is disposable, with no possibility of being reused, and that the application is made with warm wax.

After waxing, you can minimize the aggression with the use of gels based on soothing aloe Vera, The post-laser; the dermatologist may recommend the use of corticosteroid creams to relieve any discomfort. Regarding depilatory creams, you must apply only the products listed for this region in order to minimize risk of irritation at the site. After shaving, sexual contact is not recommended for at least 24 hours as the skin is sensitive. The intimate waxing should only really be avoided if there is any previous wound site, says the doctor.

Wax- cold or hot?


After the blade, the wax is the method most used by females, and you can find it in specialized clinics and beauty salons. Who ever took the lunch hour to end the unwanted by one party before? However, both types of application – cold or hot – they require different care and attention.

Folliculitis and allergies may appear and are more common in hot wax. The main causes are ingrown; they can not break the skin, causing inflammation. A good solution is to alternate the use of wax to the blade, which does not start at the root or affect their growth. People allergic to glycerin and honey should not do waxing.

Warm wax is always the best option because it relaxes the skin and dilates the pores without any risk of burns from hot wax, and also to beat the problem of sagging must avoid sun lamps and infra-red, especially on the eyelids, as excessive exposure to radiation causes damage to collagen and elastic fibers that support skin.

As the wax can be used in various parts of the body, like armpits, legs, groin, upper lips, ears, back, arms and face, preferably by a professional hair removal is especially true for larger areas or difficult to reach alone.

The cold wax is an easy alternative and less aggressive to the skin and blood vessels. Who are prone to spills blood, varicose veins and poor circulation in the legs, the ideal is to use cold wax, which ensures a perfect shave up to thirty days. Besides being very hygienic, the method is disposable and does not cause irritation.In contrast, the hot wax usually causes less pain, which is favored by women.

According to the expert, one of the biggest myths of hot waxing is contraindicated in the eyebrows. “Neither the heat nor the movement of ‘pull the wax’ alter skin tone. This stimulus is only superficial. The sagging is caused by the weakening of collagen and elastin fibers, which are not affected during the process of shaving, who wants decreases, the pain of the withdrawal..

Laser hair removal

Laser hair removal

Ten out of ten women dream of getting rid of the skin hair permanently without the need for maintenance or discomfort. Laser hair removal has become popular in recent years precisely because it is the closest to a solution to the problem, especially when it comes to delicate areas such as fluff and groin .But what are the basics of this technique? “The laser light is absorbed by the pigment found in it, this energy is conducted through the germ cells that, when damaged, are prevented by generating new, so the result is permanent in most cases.”

Like any hair removal method, there are contraindications that need to be carefully watched.” Patients who have any diseases that are worsened by sun exposure, pregnant women or those using photosensitizing medications such as isotretinoin, oral medication for vitiligo and some antibiotics should not undergo this type of hair removal procedure.” The one who has an autoimmune disease, causes of acne treatment with medication or have healing problems should also avoid the technique.

Yet another laser hair removal is skin color. According to dermatologist Adriane Reichert Faria, Medical Clinics of Paraná, the effectiveness of the method is much higher when the skin is tanned. “The brighter the darker the skin and fur, the better the outcome and lower the chances of acquiring spots,” he says. “It is better to start treatment from April and complete it by September.”

Also according to the doctor, the ideal is to consult a dermatologist before you decide to do laser hair removal so it can raise its history of disease and prepare the skin with at least 20 days in advance, preventing stains.Experts agree that, although requiring more care than other types of hair removal, laser use is very safe and results achieved by this procedure are highly satisfactory.

“The method typically removes about 70% of the hairs of the chosen region, with lasting effects (2-5 years) or even permanent, depending on a variety of factors.”  “The hair grows back thinner, weaker and in small quantities. The skin is a living organ and thus is always regenerating. New hair follicles can emerge and the new may appear. “

Ruchi Thukral