Monday, September 13, 2021

11 Ways to Treat Swollen Eyelids after Waxing Eyebrows

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A hair removal process by wax from a part of the body is called "Waxing". Waxing is a safe way to keep skin glow and smooth by removing unwanted hairs.

It is a common issue for many girls that they get small bumps, skin rashes, redness, itching, and swelling on their skin after waxing. Waxing close to the eyes waxing for eyebrows can create allergic reactions on your eyelids that may cause swelling and puffiness. Normally swelling starts after 2 or 3 days on your eyelids.


Itchy Eyebrows after Waxing

You can get an infection by this beauty treatment of eyebrows waxing and your eyes and eyebrows can be sore, itchy, or inflamed. You have to bear some pain during the waxing procedure.

Today I will share the 10 best solutions that remove redness, swelling, and puffiness from your eyebrows and eyelids.

Fast Treatment of Swollen Eyelids after Waxing Eyebrows

Apply Fusidic Acid Cream

Apply the antibiotic cream containing "Fusidic acid" as the fast removing treatment for swelling or soreness on your eyelids or eyebrows. It is commonly used to treat bacterial infections of eyes such as conjunctivitis, red and itchy eyes.

Apply Clindamycin Phosphate Lotion

Clindamycin phosphate is an antibiotic lotion and is used to treat as a fast treatment of removing bacteria or inflammation on the skin. It is also used for acne or pimples treatment commonly.

Apply Mupirocin Cream

You can apply other antibiotic cream containing "Mupirocin" for reducing swelling or redness on your eyebrows. It helps to stop the growing bacteria on your skin and is also used to treat skin infections or "staph" infections. 

Apply Betamethasone Propionate & Gentamicin Sulphate Cream

Betamethasone Propionate & Gentamicin Sulphate cream is used to treat different types of skin infections such as swelling, redness, and itchiness.

Apply a Cooling Product

use a cold compress or cooling gel or other cooling products on your affected area of the eyelid's skin. It helps to remove swelling and itching after waxing.

Apply Witch Hazel

Apply Witch Hazel cream to minimize inflammation, swelling, redness, or skin rashes to the affected area of the skin. It is a safe and fast remedy because it is a herbal-based product and has no side effects.

Use Benadryl Regularly

Use any antihistamine medication regularly such as Benadryl. Benadryl is contained "diphenhydramine" that is used to treat watery, puffy, and swollen eyes.

Apply Aloe Vera gel

Aloe vera is a natural and herbal remedy to minimize redness, itching, and swelling of the affected skin. It has moisturizing, soothing, and cooling properties. It is commonly used for skin problems such as skin burns and acne.

Use Chamomile Oil

Chamomile oil is an anti-inflammatory oil that is used to treat bacterial infections on skin such as skin rashes, swelling, or eczema. For best results mix a couple of drops into an ounce of jojoba oil and apply directly to the affected area of the skin. Then wash it after 15 minutes.

Apply Lavender Oil

Lavender Oil has the ability to treat allergies, eczema, wrinkles, acne, and fungal infections of the skin. It does not require a prescription to use because it is a herbal product and distilled from the plant Lavandula angustifolia.

Generally, swelling after the waxing process is temporary and goes away after several days. In the long term or serious case, you should see a doctor to treat the infection immediately.

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