Do not expose yourself to sunlight before or after depilation.
Do not use moisturizers, deodorants or tanning creams before or after depilation.
Avoid laundry that is too tight after depilation.
Do not depilate the upper lip or any other part of the face in case of dermatological treatment with acids or other products for cell renewal.
Ensure that personnel use disposable materials (gloves, tweezers, cloths, etc.).
Avoid depilation if you run out of skin due to sunburn. This could lead to changes in your skin colour.
Avoid depilation if you have rashes, stains or injuries. Consult a dermatologist.
Do not depilate if you use tanning agents. Depilation removes the uppermost layer of the skin and can cause stains.
Do not use pumice stone for hair removal before depilation. This makes the skin sensitive and may cause stains.
Avoid depilation during menstruation as there is a higher hormonal sensitivity.
Avoid deodorants containing alcohol after depilation. This could cause skin irritation and even staining.
Artificially bleached hair cannot be removed with the root during the first depilation and can break.
If possible, use an exfoliator made of almond milk and sugar and rub the entire body in.