Hidradenitis Suppurativa and Waxing

hidradenitis suppurativa and waxing
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Hidradenitis Suppurativa and Waxing

If you notice a number of small lesions, similar to boils, appearing on your body, particularly in the pubic, armpit, and anal areas, this could possibly indicate a condition known as hidradenitis suppurativa.

This condition, often referred to "HS", is unsightly and embarrassing. As bad as the condition may seem, however, home treatment of Hidradenitis can make it worse. If you do experience such a rash, or boil-like, infestation in one of the areas mentioned, there are two things you should do immediately.

Before starting, you should make sure the area is cleaned regularly, but not obsessively. Use an anti-bacterial soap, and then wear only loose fitting clothing which has been thoroughly washed with soap in hot water, and completely rinsed.

By the way, if you are not sure if you have some sensitivity to the perfumes, dyes, and other chemicals used in laundry soap, you might want to switch to a safer, gentler perfume-free laundry detergent. My wife is sensitive, and this is what we use. The common additives found in off-the-shelf laundry soaps can cause rashes, itching, and other allergy symptoms in people sensitive to them.

There are also other natural laundry products, such as a fragrance free natural laundry powder from Shaklee.

If you DO have hidradenitis suppurativa, you should avoid any hair removal process which might aggravate the condition. These include shaving and waxing, as these can irritate the condition and cause even worse scarring.

You should seek the advice of a dermatologist if you are not sure that you have this condition, as it will respond best to professional treatment.

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