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#127253 - 07/20/18 02:48 PM Re: Reaction to tea tree oil: aftercare [Re: moatleaf]
Michael Bono Offline

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I've done dozens of electrology lectures in many countries. When it comes to the "question & answer" part, the FIRST questions is: "What do you put on the skin afterward to help it heal?" Nobody accepts my answer: nothing.

For electrologists and most cosmetologists (and most women too), the products thing is in the DNA. Most of the time the products are just fine and do no harm; and the skin heals anyway. It's the harmful products we try to avoid.

But yes, you will get the same product answers from 99.9% of all electrologists; especially true if they sell the products themselves.

The next level of problem-creators are the uber-cleaner/sanitizer types and the "exfoliaters." As if you can peel the skin like a banana. Yeah, an entire industry is based on this misguided premise.

Edited by Michael Bono (07/20/18 02:49 PM)

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#127255 - 07/21/18 06:24 AM Re: Reaction to tea tree oil: aftercare [Re: moatleaf]
Scurvy Offline

Registered: 11/12/14
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I've tried a few products for aftercare and I would agree that nothing in particular seems to speed up the healing process. I try my best to keep the area as clean as possible while it still feels a bit raw.

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