While avoiding to soak your device, adding water to the head of the epilator in most cases is acceptable. Rising just to top of the machine under lukewarm tap water is a great way to loosen those stubborn hairs and wash out any trapped dead skin.
How do you care for an epilator?
Exfoliation and epilation can dry out your skin. After rinsing off your skin, apply a non-comedogenic moisturizer. This can soothe newly epilated skin and keep dry skin from clogging your pores and hair follicles. Moisturize twice a day to ease any redness or inflammation from epilation.
Can I shower after epilating?
Sometimes, you just may want to shower after epilation for other reasons. It feels good and can be calming to your irritated skin. It also allows you to rinse stray hairs off your body and down the drain. So if you just feel like taking a shower after epilating, there is no reason to skip it.
Can you use someone else’s epilator?
Yes, they can. Even though technically you’re not supposed to. The manuals that epilators come with may tell you of the dangers of not sharing it.
Is it better to epilate wet or dry?
Epilating wet skin generally works better and is more painless than epilating dry skin. The skin is more relaxed and desensitised when it’s been bathed in warm water first. Use a Braun Silk-epil 7 Wet & Dry epilator if you have especially sensitive skin.
Should I moisturize after epilating?
The golden rule is moisturise AFTER epilating not before. Apply a nourishing body lotion for the best, skin smoothing results and get set to wake up the following morning with super-soft, silky skin.
Can I use deodorant after epilating?
After epilating, it’s best to wait until irritation subsides or about 12 -24 hours before using deodorant. This will prevent irritated skin and avoid introducing bacteria from your deodorant stick. It’s usually easiest to just epilate your armpits at night so you don’t need deodorant right away.
How do I prevent pimples after epilating?
Wear loose-fitting clothing to avoid friction and irritation. Avoid perfumed products, lotions, and creams, which can irritate sensitized skin. Apply an over-the-counter cortisone cream on the waxed area to reduce inflammation. Avoid excessive activity for 24 hours after waxing.