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Burning sensation after using hair hair removal cream on vagina. What to do?

Hi I used nair hair removal cream on my vagina . Careful not to go anywhere near my clit or and hole if you get what I mean. I m not having a burning sensation on my lips when I pee. I m guessing that maybe a little cream got into my inner lips slightly as that s the only explanation I have. Have used no fragranced wipes to cool area and applied cream.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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It is clearly mentioned on the pack of most hair removal creams that they are not meant to be applied on the genital area. Anyway since you have already done that, what you are experiencing is pretty normal. Your labia is inflammed due to the use of the cream and so you have burning sensation. It should subside on its own in a couple of days. In the meantime, make sure you maintain adequate hygiene and apply some ice if you feel more burning sensation. Drink lot of fluids.
Hope you get well soon.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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