" things have worked on me and my clientele....Aloe vera gel,but it has to be 99%...SBC is really good....and the other thing is pure undiluted tea tree oil from Australian bodycare...if you use this which IMO is the highest standard of tea tree,it works wondershi just wanted 2ask if anyone has any advice on how to prevent little red pimples on bikini areas just after waxing as i tend to suffer from these which are very annoying!!! xx
It is, but it's not a professional product. This is a professional forum, so we only recommend professional products. Also if you rub on sudocrem before waxing you won't get very good results as it will coat the hair in cream and be very difficult to remove. Hth'sNo but its very good for things like that, for cuts,sores,spots,rashes etc
I know you're not a professional, I was merely pointing out that as this is a professional forum we should only be recommending professional products, no offence intended. There was a thread about this recently http://www.salongeek.com/chit-chat/...-professional-then-careful-how-you-reply.html , you could maybe have a read. :hug:Did say i was no professional with it, just suggested as thats what i would do
I think sudocream is good advice... Gonna try it myself, i am STILL to find a professional product that works!