Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Swollen Eyelid after Plucking and Tweezing Eyebrows

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When hair follicles get infected with bacteria after plucking or tweezing eyebrows your eyelids may swell. This could happen for a number of reasons but two are the most common the first is using a dirty set of tweezing or touching brows right after you pluck them.

Usually, an allergic reaction occurs after plucking, waxing, or tweezing eyebrows and this reaction creates dryness, redness, and swelling around your brows and eyelids.


because this process is very close to the eyes and many women get bumps on their eyelids or pimples on brows after plucking their eyebrows but Worry not because this infection is usually temporary and you can easily get rid of it. So I have to decide to tell you about how to avoid bumps after plucking eyebrows.

How to Avoid Bumps after Plucking and Tweezing Eyebrows?

Spread a clarifying mask right over the eyebrows for at least 10 minutes several days in a row to deal with post-plucking pimples. My personal favorite is a DIY combination of 2 tablespoons of Indian clay mixed with one tablespoon of coconut oil and a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar.

This combination makes a great natural treatment. So consider investing in a cleansing toner that will zap any excess oils around your eyebrows that could make a serious matter.

The best way to not getting bumps or pimples is before and aftercare. Follow the following steps to prevent your eyebrows after tweezing.

Reactions after Plucking Eyebrows

Plucking eyebrows can create scars on your skin and if you are over-aggressive, you can destroy the root of hairsIn some cases, it can lead to that type of scarring which does not allow the hair to grow back.

It can give you infections such as allergic, bumps, and pimples on the skin. It can stop the growth of hairs and also can affect your skin color.

Best Remedies Before tweezing and Plucking Eyebrows

1. Wash your Face

You can be rinsed off any potential pore-clogging bacteria by washing your mouth. Do not start the plucking process on an oily or ugly face.

2. Pumpkin Oatmeal

Gently exfoliate with pumpkin oatmeal to remove dead skin cells after you have washed your mouth. So you get the easiest tweeze.

3. Clean your Tweezers

Before plucking, rinse your tweezers with hydrogen peroxide or with toner.

4. Sprinkle Brows with Baby Powder

Sprinkle brows with a baby powder to soak up any additional oil around your eyebrows before plucking.

Best Remedies after Plucking and Tweezing Eyebrows

Apply Oil-Free Moisturizer

Apply an oil-free moisturizer that will soothe the freshly plucked skin without adding oil which can lead to zits.

Wait to Work Out

Sweat sessions are best for your skin and expel yucky toxins. But you should avoid heavy workouts for at least one day because that the sweat doesn't drip bacteria down your face.

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