I received a very important question from one of my readers and I wanted to share it with you, as well as my response. Here is her email: This third one I had today was by a professional at a salon. I have what looks like bruising or blood that came to the surface of my skin in the crease of where my leg starts…. Could the bruising and bloody marks on one part by my crease be from tensing up when she pulled the sheet off or too thin of skin there to wax?
Last month, I scheduled my first-ever bikini-area waxing. I went from 0 to , asking for a Brazilian. If you ask for a bikini wax, they'll take off any hair you might see while wearing a bikini. However, volunteer for a Brazilian and expect to have strips applied to your vaginal lips and your behind. Nobody really explained the gravity of the situation to me.
Hi Geeks I've just had a client call me from Saturday asking me whether or not one of my therapists is qualified as she's had a bikini wax and came up extremely bruised and in pain all weekend. Yes she's qualified, and never had any complaints before, but I'm trying to work out why this may have happened. I've spoken to the therapist and she said there was a small amount of bruising at first which she's written on the consultation card and had advised her to go home and put cold compresses on. Apparently the college she went to said this happens often and that's what to do.
Book An Appointment Common Side Effects of Waxing Over time the potential for most of the side effects of waxing usually diminish as the skin gets more and more acclimated to the treatment. Any side effect that lasts more than a week or looks extremely serious should be looked at by a doctor. Some people may have a skin allergy to the ingredients of the wax. Ask your technician to preform a skin test if you are highly sensitive.