Recovering From Chest Waxing

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Recovering from chest waxing will require you to apply the right type of powder before you begin. Recover from chest waxing with help from an experienced waxing professional in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Summer Vasilis and I'm going to talk today about how to recover from a chest wax. Now, before you even start with hair wax, there's one key thing that you want to do before you start, and that's to apply a powder before you begin. This powder is going to help to put a protective barrier down between the wax and the skin. That's going to help to minimize those redness post-wax. So, you want to make sure this powder is rubbed in really well so there's not a thick coating, so it doesn't interfere with your wax application. So, I'm going to go ahead and wax his chest and when I come back, I'll talk about some tips to help you recover from your chest waxing. Now that you've finished your wax, you can see that the skin is inflamed. So, I'm going to give you some tips to help your skin recover from this chest waxing. The first thing you want to do is apply an ingrown hair inhibitor. This is going to help to close the pores back down and to keep you from breaking out after your wax. You can get this at any beauty supply store. After you've applied that product, you want to finish it off with a soothing oil. And I'm using a post wax oil. You can get this soothing oil at any beauty supply store. So, for the next 24 to 48 hours, it's important to avoid any kind of standing water such as pools, hot tubs or baths and any sun exposure such as tanning. You also want to try to avoid wearing any tight-fitting clothing and avoiding sports or exercise for the next 24 to 48 hours. In between this wax and your next wax, you want to use some type of antibacterial body wash to avoid any breakouts from happening and do that two to three times a week. I hope these tips help you recover from your chest wax.


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