Staying Out for the Summer

Summer is here and having unwanted hair is quite embarrassing as it is time to wear our sleeveless, short and breezy summer dresses! So be summer ready by following the top tips by our experts at Veet

  • Maintain a good hygiene

A good hygiene is a must do in summers and hair removal is a must do for maintaining proper hygiene. Veet provides quickest and easiest ways to get rid of unwanted hair. Use Veet hair removal creams and Veet wax strips to get rid of unwanted hair.

  • Before any kind of hair removal

Make sure skin is completely cleansed (to remove bacteria). If you’re getting a wax or laser treatment, make sure to ask your esthetician what to avoid and how best to prepare skin and hair for removal. Choose the method according to your skin type don’t take risk.

  • After any kind of hair removal

Normally after waxing, skin becomes red or we feel irritation. If the redness or irritation doesn’t subside after couple of hours then get it checked by a doctor.
Limit touching the area, as touching the skin causes increased risk of infection and the oils in your fingertips can clog the pores of your skin.
Apply a gentle aloe vera gel or Veet gel with clean hands to soothe irritation.

  • Reduced exposure to sun

Normally after waxing, skin becomes red or we feel irritation. If the redness or irritation doesn’t subside after couple of hours then get it checked by a doctor.
Limit touching the area, as touching the skin causes increased risk of infection and the oils in your fingertips can clog the pores of your skin.
Apply a gentle aloe vera gel or Veet gel with clean hands to soothe irritation.

 

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[2] http://www.skin-fitness.com.au/skin-concerns_dry.htm

[3] http://hairremoval.about.com/od/shaving/a/How-To-Shave-With-Sensitive-Skin.htm

[4] http://hairremoval.about.com/od/depilatories/a/Depilatory-101.htm

[5] http://www.wikihow.com/Look-After-Your-Skin-in-Summer

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