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Waxing: Care With Waxing

Care With Waxing

If you are taking isotretinoin, you should not do waxing till you stop the usage of isotretinoin. Consult the doctor regarding the same. Also consult the doctor about waxing if you are using topical vitamin A derivative formulations. These products make the skin thin and dry and there is a possibility that the skin may tear while waxing. So ask your doctor about these issues.
Waxing should be used only for healthy skin. If your skin is hurt, bruised, irritated or suffering from any disorder, you should find out with your doctor if waxing can be done. It is always best to first resolve the skin problem fully before doing waxing.

Article created on: June 21, 2006


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