At the end of the cosmetic session, many of us wonder how to properly care for our skin? This is what will be discussed in today’s article.

About the main thing: care after electrolysis

Skin care after electrolysis

Before moving on to the heart of the matter, let’s recall how the process of removing hair follicles proceeds:

  1. The master inserts a very thin electrode into the hair follicle;
  2. Hair is burnt from the inside;
  3. The electrologist removes the affected hair.

This short diagram makes it clear that you need to take care of the part of the body to be epilated. Indeed, for the first hours and days, the treated surface is more vulnerable than ever to microorganisms.

Armpit skincare after electrolysis

This part of the body tolerates the session worse than the skin of the leg or arm zone, but no better than electrolysis over the upper lip. This is due to the sensitivity of the axillary epithelium. It is prone to active production of the sebaceous matter, due to which an inflammatory process is possible.
This will be avoided by the use of protective creams and treatment with an alcohol-containing preparation.

List of medications:

  • Panthenol;
  • Levomekol;
  • Tsindol;
  • Calendula (tincture);
  • Chlorhexidine (solution);
  • Eplan;
  • Methyluracil.

After electrolysis bikini treatment

Taking care of this type of skin requires a careful approach. In addition to the antiseptics listed above, attention is required to the following:

  • Choose cotton underwear;
  • Practice good personal hygiene several times a day (after 24 hours);
  • Avoid intense physical activity in the gym;
  • Cancel going to the bathhouse, sauna, swimming pool for at least a week;
  • Refrain from beach holidays, direct sunlight;
  • Avoid contact with dirty skin.

Minimum lead time: 4 days.

Maximum waiting time: 7 days (until a crust appears on the skin).

Electrolysis and post-procedure care

It is important to know that the right attitude towards yourself will prevent inflammation, scarring, scars, and burns. By the end of the session, the cosmetologist determines the risk of possible consequences and prescribes medicines (tablets, sprays, lotions).

If you come home, you feel fever, it is recommended to take antipyretics (paracetamol), pain relievers (drotaverin), anti-inflammatory drugs (ibuprofen, aspirin).

Become a professional and take good care of yourself

If you are attentive to your health, the procedure will not bring discomfort. As a result, a pleasant result is guaranteed – excess hair will disappear forever. Check out my video on this topic. And of course, don’t forget to put your thumbs up or down.

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