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Are you got Bumps after waxing? Treat this problem with these simple remedies

Are you got Bumps after waxing? Treat this problem with these simple remedies

Yes it is, while waxing force is applied to pull out hair from skin which causes stress to the surrounding skin. After hair removal if you observe bumpy, pimple-like rash it is folliculitis. It is generally caused by inflammation which typically goes away on its own. Although this disappears naturally in few days, treatment can heal rapidly and prevent future bumps. If you observe white or fluid-bumps which last more than a few days, your folliculitis may be the result of a mild infection. No need to worry this can usually be treated at home.

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Sometimes it can be possible that you see bumps after a week of waxing, they may be a result of ingrown hair. Ingrown hair are a specific type of folliculitis. It happens when hair grows back into the skin instead of up out of the skin’s surface. Hair may or not be visible inside the bumps. Here are some quick tips to reduce swelling and inflammation, home and natural remedies to soothe your skin and how to prevent future irritation.

Make use of cool compress to comfort the infected area: You can use ice pack or make your own compress by moving a clean wash cloth under cold water. Apply this cold compress for nearly 20 minutes on infected area for better result.

Wear loose fitting cloth: It is important to wear loose cloths after waxing as tight fabric can increase irritation especially on sensitive skin.

Avoid picking and popping bumps:Habit of picking and popping not only damages your skin but can give invitation to bacteria and increase of risk of skin infection.

For ingrown hair make use of warm compress: You can make your own warm compress by making clean washcloth go through hot water or instead you can use a heating pad. Apply it on infected area for 5 minutes. Sugar scrub and aloe vera are 2 best home remedies which will soothe your skin naturally.

Sugar scrub :Formation of ingrown hair and irritation cause by them can be prevented by homemade sugar scrub. To make you own sugar scrub simply mix half cup of sugar with half cup of coconut oil or olive oil. Apply it gently on infected area and scrub slowly in circular motion.

Aloe vera: It is best to have your own aloe vera plant at home and enjoy its nourishing benefits. Firmly press the plants essential directly onto the affected area and gently massage it into your skin to comfort inflammation. You can apply aloe vera 2-3 times a day.