The fault is perhaps with your electrologist who is not telling you explicitly what post-treatment electrolysis (a wound) looks like. The 30-day pustules are not pustules, but remnants of dead follicles emerging from the skin: normal and a good thing. Being pink means there is fresh blood in the area that is healing the skin: normal and a good thing. Your "insecurity" is unnecessary.
All of my clients go through many post-treatment manifestations without any insecurity, nail-biting or the need to ask strangers on a website. I predict the skin's healing appearance before it takes place so patients expect and welcome normal healing.
Indeed, nearly all the comments, here on Hairtell, deal with clients and some sort of post-treatment "boo-boo." I seriously wonder what is being told to these patients? Then again, in rare cases, there is simply no way to mollify the innate fears of a client: usually the PIH client.