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Ok. So I need some help.

I was waxing my eyebrows last night and had wax stuck in a particular spot that I could not get off. So I used a washcloth that had been in hot water. Well, apparently I did some damage to my skin. It now is all red and chapped looking.

How can I get this to go away? And go away quickly!?!?!?

Good Lord, next time I'm just going to get it done.
 

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I burn even with the pro's ....they have to cool it a little before they put it on me.

I agree aloe and maybe even some solarcane spray.
 

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At least it was your eyebrows Aim.... I won't even tell the story about my home bikini waxing that ended in bruises and John almost choking to death from laughter.

Let's just say it wasn't pretty....
 

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When you have residual wax left behind, use a little bit of oil (baby, bath, etc) to get it off.
I have done my own eyebrows, sometimes successfull and other times . . . not. Oooops
 

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Try a sugar wax next time. It doesn't have to be hot, just room temp/slightly warmer. The sugar just dissolves and the wax cloths can be reused. It's a lot less painful than regular wax, too. You can make your own or buy it.
 
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