Is waxing contraindicated for ephelides (freckles)?

When we have a client with the following condition: ephelides (freckles)

Signs and symptoms for ephelides (freckles)

  • There may be change in the skin color and shape
  • Diarrhea is another common symptom which is accompanied with freckles
  • There may be crampy abdominal pain and/or weight loss
  • The skin cancer may be a possible symptom of freckles
EPHELIDES (FRECKLES) contraindications In beauty therapy


There are two basic types of freckles – ephelides and lentigines.

Ephelides, are flat red or light-brown spots that typically appear during the sunny months and fade in the winter.

Lentigines, are small tan, brown, or black spots which tend to be darker than an ephelis-type freckle and which do not fade in the winter.

Is ephelides (freckles) contagious?
No, "ephelides (freckles)" is NOT contagious!

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