Folliculitis and irritation from waxing: how can you get rid of unwanted hair with these problems?
A common reaction caused by waxing is folliculitis, a bacterial infection of the hair follicle that creeps into the capillary, creating a papule at the bottom of the skin pore, which is accompanied by redness and itchiness.
Luisa is a 45-year-old woman suffering from excessive hair growth on her chin, along with irritation and post-waxing folliculitis.
Unable to put up with the discomfort and pain caused by the irritation and folliculitis, she turned to an Epil Experience partner beauty salon in Naples.
The area had many painful papules: Luisa had seven laser hair removal sessions, reducing the amount of hair in the area considerably and giving her skin a more even and rosy look and removing the discomfort caused by the folliculitis.