AFTER BRAZILIAN WAX CARE

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I'm alive, I'm still alive. Hahaha! I just had my full body waxed and I feel so light hair-free (well except for the hair over my head of course). I got it from Lay Bare Salon and they gave me a 15% discount because it's my birth month (everyone's so good to me lately). Oh well, talking about being good, the hotel (Ascott Residences) gave me an upgrade without me asking for it. All the world's going well with the flow and I couldn't be any happier.

Anyway going back to my topic, I will be listing down tips on how to care for Brazilian Wax.


A Brazilian wax is a quick way to have unwanted coarse pubic hair removed safely and efficiently. A Brazilian wax is an intrepid form of hair removal that gets easier to withstand and less painful over time.
1. Let your skin heal.
After you get your Brazilian wax, it is likely that your skin may be slightly irritated and possibly red. For some individuals, the irritation goes away relatively quickly. However, for those individuals with sensitive skin, the irritation could last for several days.

2. Avoid tight clothing and undergarments.
After your Brazilian wax, it’s important that you let your skin breathe. Avoid wearing tight undergarments or underwear. Wear a dress to your waxing session and either wear cotton underwear or no underwear at all underneath. This will let your skin breathe and reduce the possibility of irritation.

3. Make sure to moisturize.
Keeping your bikini area moisturized will reduce irritation and also minimize hair growth. As the hair grows in, it will make the skin a lot softer and reduce chafing. Many individuals like to use baby lotion.

4. Touch it up with a razor.
While it is likely that the Brazilian wax got the majority of the hair, it is possible that there are a few strays that might have been missed. After a few days have passed and your skin is no longer irritated, shave those stray hairs off. You can also pluck them out with tweezers but that is usually more painful.

5. Maintain your Brazilian wax.
In order to keep your Brazilian wax in the best condition, it’s important to regularly get waxed. Many individuals usually go again about 8 to 10 weeks after their initial wax. The more you get waxed the easier it becomes for you. Many individuals claim it is less painful and there is less hair growth after their first few waxes. Enjoy that Brazilian wax and remember to maintain it!

And that's it...Let me know if you have any questions...

P.S.
This is not my first BW and so I'm kinda used to the feeling of being stripped of hair. I will do a review of my waxing experience in the next few days...maybe when I get back from my vacation so keep checking. And oh, if you are asking if it hurts, yes ladies it still freakin' hurts. But well, no pain no gain so if you wanna try go ahead try it. I tell you it's worth it...



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