Is Your Skin Supposed to Turn Blue After Waxing?

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You skin definitely isn't supposed to turn blue after waxing. Find out why your skin is turning blue after waxing and what you can do to prevent it with help from a naturopathic doctor in this free video clip.

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Hello my name is Dr. Stacy Mobley. I'm a naturopathic physician. I blend the best of mainstream and natural therapies to help you transform your health, re-energize your life and renew your mind. Today we're going to talk about whether your skin should turn blue after waxing. The quick answer is no. It's normal for your skin to turn red or get a little inflamed after removing the wax from your skin. It's not normal for your skin to turn blue. If your skin turns blue after waxing, I would suggest that you visit your doctor for more thorough evaluation as to why that may be taking place. Skin can turn blue in conditions where you have low blood flow to an area or extreme cold environments but the skin does not turn blue with the waxing. I'm Dr. Stacy Mobley. I treat the whole person using treatment options that are right for you. To learn more about me and my practice visit Dr., spelled


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