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May I have a brazilian waxing in my situation?
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airair posted:
I have seborrhoeic dermatitis on my vulva (small area, like the size of nail), which is not always there, but comes and goes. It's not serious, just presents every two months and then disapears in two days after I put "hydrocortison butyrate cream" on it. Now I want to have a "brazilian waxing" (all-hair-off waxing on bikini part). So I wander if it is ok for me?
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airair responded:
Could anyone give me some suggestion?
Thanks much,
airair
 
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Airair -

Unfortunately I could not find any information specific to waxing and seborrhoeic dermatitis.

Please contact a few different dermatologists or laser providers in your area if they have ever treated anyone with this condition and find out their experience.

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Be sure to check back in to let us know what you find out. Sharing your experience will really help others in this community.

Hoping you find answers soon,
Elizabeth



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