Tweezing the Underarms.
Tweezing the Underarms. Part of the series: Waxing & Tweezing. Tweezing the underarms is something that you need to do in a very specific way to avoid ingrown hairs. Tweeze the underarms with help from a certified wellness expert in this free video clip.
My patient from the
My patient from the “JUICIEST CHEST CYST” developed a massive hematoma a couple of days post-op. This is a fairly common complication that can occur, especially after removing a large mass. Overexertion during the immediate post-op period and taking blood thinners increase one’s risk. Fortunately, he’s doing just fine and healing very well!
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Oh wow! I hope that he got some relief and he heals well and soon
Ich hoffe der ist gut betäubt
How cool! The coloring looks like grape jelly!
This poor guy has a large cyst removed and within 24 hours this developed. He was smart to come back in and let you take care of it. It's unfortunate that he had this happen but he was in good hands. Great job.
Beauty dilemmas, like
Beauty dilemmas, like ingrown hairs, dry skin and bruises after injections, always seem to surprise us at the worst moments possible. Here are some quick solutions to your biggest beauty emergencies.
First, ingrown hairs. They happen when hair with a sharp tip curls back into the hair follicle rather than out of the opening and always seems to appear right before a big beach trip. Ingrown hairs are more likely to happen in areas that we wax or shave the most, such as the underarms and the bikini line. They usually clear up on their own, but DON'T try to extract them on yourself because you might push the hair in further which could cause scarring and infection. To prevent ingrown hairs, keep the skin soft with lotions and body washes that contain glycolic acid like the one in this video from BIOELIXIA.
Watch the rest of the video for more quick fixes to your biggest beauty emergencies.
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