Is waxing contraindicated for lump and swelling undiagnosed?

When we have a client with the following condition: LUMP AND SWELLING (Undiagnosed) (SWELLING (Undiagnosed))

Signs and symptoms for LUMP AND SWELLING (Undiagnosed) (SWELLING (Undiagnosed))

  • Soft or hard to touch
  • Move around
  • The size of a pea or a golf ball
  • A lump under the skin or a growth that hangs off your skin
LUMP AND SWELLING (Undiagnosed) (SWELLING (Undiagnosed)) contraindications In beauty therapy


Most lumps and swellings under the skin are harmless and can be left alone.

Unexplained lumps or swellings under the skin can occur in the following areas of the body:

  • Face
  • Neck or throat
  • Breast
  • Groin area
  • Testicle
  • Anus (bottom)
  • Hand, wrist or finger
  • Shoulders, back, chest or arm
  • Armpit

A painful lump or swelling that appears suddenly over a day or two may be caused by an injury or infection. It’s likely to be an infection if the skin around the lump is red and warm.

Is LUMP AND SWELLING (Undiagnosed) (SWELLING (Undiagnosed)) contagious?
No, "LUMP AND SWELLING (Undiagnosed) (SWELLING (Undiagnosed))" is NOT contagious!

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