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      Is there absolutely any way, any method to make it less painful ....like seriously its a nightmare. And no with time it hasnt really become any less painful...ok ya lil bit but doesnt count after all these years of waxing lol. Seriously, there gotta be something to make it less painful. Don't suggest other methods of hair removals.....

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      Take pain killers before you get it done or use numbing cream.

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      really? would that help? i m thinking the numbing cream mite make it hard for the hair to come out properly lol i dont know why but its just a thought that crossed my mind...

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      I find it very painful too....I hate waxing

      btw I think using a talcum powder before waxing helps a little.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Maham S View Post
      really? would that help? i m thinking the numbing cream mite make it hard for the hair to come out properly lol i dont know why but its just a thought that crossed my mind...
      I've never used numbing cream but do take a couple of paracetamol around half an hour before I wax.

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      exactly wat uzzybuzzy said.

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      Quote Originally Posted by uzzybuzzy View Post
      I've never used numbing cream but do take a couple of paracetamol around half an hour before I wax.
      woho really? couple? i m very finicky abt taking medication and i m nt sure if couple is really a good idea....

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      U can use Emla cream it's a numbing cream apply it half an hour before waxing..they wipe it off before waxing so there's no chance of "the hair not coming out properly"

      If threading is painful as well.. use baby teething gel (works really well!) the teething gel is for the eyebrows only.
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      Good Idea!!!

      Hey Gina:

      Recently FDA issued a statement alerting public of dangers of Numbing products...apparently they can be very fatal since two women died coz of them during a laser procedure sometime back....my question is do you know a safe one?? I am scared to try these without a positive feedback and I've never used any before....


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      Quote Originally Posted by Gina~ View Post
      U can use Emla cream it's a numbing cream apply it half an hour before waxing..they wipe it off before waxing so there's no chance of "the hair not coming out properly"

      If threading is painful as well.. use baby teething gel (works really well!) the teething gel is for the eyebrows only.
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      Don΄t wax just before you periods and during.

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      A topical cream/gel isn't really likely to take u're life.. I don't suggest people use it everytime all the time..but once a while it's alright. Scrub u're skin the night before (make sure u remove all the dead cells) and make sure u're skin's dry before u wax.. dust talcum powder all over. This helps the wax/sugaring attach itself to the hair follicle instead of u're skin.

      Apply a calming/soothing lotion with aloe vera, green tea, chamomile after u're done
      ..all you need is trust and a little bit of pixie dust!

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      This is great, thank you!!!


      Quote Originally Posted by Gina~ View Post
      A topical cream/gel isn't really likely to take u're life.. I don't suggest people use it everytime all the time..but once a while it's alright. Scrub u're skin the night before (make sure u remove all the dead cells) and make sure u're skin's dry before u wax.. dust talcum powder all over. This helps the wax/sugaring attach itself to the hair follicle instead of u're skin.

      Apply a calming/soothing lotion with aloe vera, green tea, chamomile after u're done
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      Only take 1/2 a pain killer 15mins b4 waxing

      Don't wax during you periods

      If waxing yourself look away b4 you pull the wax strip

      Hold the skin taugt

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      Quote Originally Posted by skausur View Post
      Only take 1/2 a pain killer 15mins b4 waxing

      Don't wax during you periods

      If waxing yourself look away b4 you pull the wax strip

      Hold the skin taugt
      just wondering is it beacause it hurts even more during those few days, or some other reason.?

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      ^hurts even more in fact dont wax one week b4 your period or during

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      Hurts more 1 week before and even during having periods. So a bit of ΄wax΄planning is certainly not wrong.

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      Really informative thread thnksssss girlss
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      Quote Originally Posted by Gina~ View Post
      U can use Emla cream it's a numbing cream apply it half an hour before waxing..they wipe it off before waxing so there's no chance of "the hair not coming out properly"
      Oh ok thanks alot I hope Emla cream is eaisly availabe. So it can be used all over the body?.

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