Waxing contraindications

Waxing Contraindications!
!!To ensure a successful waxing experience, please read and follow these instructions.
WARNING: Waxing is never done on clients taking Accutane and is not recommended for
clients taking Retin A, Renova, Differin or other types of skin thinning acne medications. Please
read the label carefully and consult your dermatologist if you are taking any medication or using
any topical cream that contains these medications. Individuals do react differently to these
medications and sometimes waxing can be done if proper patch testing is completed. Accutane (Acne medication) - You must be off this medication treatment course a
minimum of one (1) year prior to waxing. Adapalene (Acne medication) Alustra (Retin A) Avage (See Tazorac - Acne medication) Avita (See Retin A) Differin (Acne medication) Isotretinoin (See Accutane) Renova (See Retin A) Retin A (Acne and Anti-aging medication) Tazarac (Acne medication) Tazarotene (See Tazorac) Tretinoin (See Retin A) Antibiotics (oral or topical) Doxycycline (antibiotic) Erythromycin (antibiotic) Isotretinoin (Acne medication) Nadifloxicine (antibiotic/acne medication) Metronidazole Minocycline Clindamycin !CAUTION: If you are currently using any of the following, please inform your technician.
These products can make the skin more sensitive. Thin, sensitive skin is more vulnerable to lifting and sensitivity during waxing.! ! • Other Acne medications not listed above Bleaching agents for hair (used mostly for upper lip) Bleaching agents for pigmentation of skin (Hydraquinone, Trilumena) Previous chemical depilatories such as Nair Salicylic Acid (used in skincare products) Other exfoliants (chemical or laser peels - microdermabrasion/dermaplaning) !
PRECAUTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS: Please read these valuable guidelines. Sunburned, irritated or areas with open skin cannot be waxed. If you have eczema or psoriasis you cannot be waxed due to possibility of an outbreak You must wait a minimum of seven (7) days before waxing after a light chemical peel or Microdermabrasion. Waxing cannot be performed if you have been in a tanning booth the same day. Waxing cannot be performed if you have had laser skin resurfacing within the past year. Waxing cannot b (e performed if you have had a physician administered peel within the past two (2) years. If irritation should occur, recommend you use an antibiotic ointment such as Neosporin to keep the area continually moist to avoid infection and scabbing. No sun/tanning booths for 3 days following a waxing treatment. Extra precaution should be taken if using tanning accelerators. Wait one week to wax before/after tanning with accelerators. No hot baths for 72 hours following a body waxing treatment. No abrasives for a week following a waxing treatment. No deodorants for 24 hours following an underarm waxing treatment. Women may experience extra sensitivity to waxing up to a week prior to the beginning of their menses.

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