well its very simple.......first you must get it when the waxing is being done !!!!!!!!!!!....... 1. in a quick motion pull wax off....... 2. place ice cube on waxed area's this cools down skin and helps with the red spots or areas...... 3. once the ice is too cold for your face (5-10 mintues) wash your face with a very mild soap (do not scrub just enough to clean skin of wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)............... 4. i use a blue oil from the store (parissa, its a "Azulene Oil" it eliminates ingrown hairs ansd inhabits hair growth, about $12.00 from safeway) i always use this so did my mother it also helps with dry skin. oh you do not have to worrie about the oil giving you pimples its not a heavy oil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.............. 5. if you are going to bed your skin shoulsd be hair and red free by morning, but if you are trying to leave the house after i would hop in a hot shower and then come out and put the oil back on your skin, the shower seems to do the trick every time for me..........well hope this works for you...and if not well then.......... :(
Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, waxing can cause red bumps that resemble razor burn. There are ways to prevent or minimize the red bumps, such as exfoliating or applying warm compresses before waxing.
it is normal for your skin to go red and bumpy after waxing for a certain amount of time, however, if it persists contact your doctor. this happens because you are pulling the hair follicles out of the skin. when waxing for the first time remember to test a skin reaction to see if you are allergic, best places will be your legs and arms. Only use wax strips that do not cause iritation and use them in the correct places e.g. use leg wax for the legs and not the face.
no. its cause of greasey foods and stuff. My uncle developed red skin and bumps on his face due to alcoholism. Livestrong.com also mentions the relationship between redness/bumps and alcohol. While, redness can appear due to greasy foods, it can most certainly be caused by excessive alcohol.
pimples and chapped lips
on there face
Stridex if acne , if actual bumps (pseudofaliculitis barbae)-see a dermatologist..
Tiny white bumps on the face can be a condition called milia. These bumps can appear at age. There are harmless.
The red bumps on a turkey's head are called CARUNCLES.
A few hours.