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May 30th, 2006, 11:59 AM
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Please give me your secrets, my skin has become super sensitive since becoming pregnant. I need to do my eyebrows and upper lip (thanks agian to the hormones) and they always get veyr puffy red and pink, irritated and itch like crazy. So what should I use before/after, any tips?
also any tips for the dark pregnancy blothes, they are under my eyes and across the bridge of my nose. I look like a raccoon!
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May 30th, 2006, 12:20 PM
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Try Tums for the waxing problem. That's what we always used at the salon. A few before the wax and a few after the wax and it should cut down on the redness.
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May 30th, 2006, 01:19 PM
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my salon uses slight baby powder which keeps down the swelling .... I was shocked about that ....

I used to go somewhere else that used to use some kind of oil and boy did the oil irritate me more than anything else!

or ............ and I'm making a super guess here .... try a bit of topical benedryl to see if it keeps the irritation, rashing and swelling down?

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