Dee has given you some good advice. Please do talk to the electrologist about this. Scabbing does occur on the body, but should be non-existent or very minimal on the face.
A scab will usually occur a day or so after a treatment. It is totally appropriate to use witch hazel, aloe vera and/or a light amount of tea tree oil immediately after a treatment. My recommendation to clients is witch hazel alone or witch hazel with a small amount of wintergreen alcohol. I know that I would want to know if one of my clients had ANY scab appear on their face after a treatment. It would mean that I would evaluate the treatment given to them so that scabbing would be avoided. My choice of aftercare does not include tea tree oil, however it has its benefits, as does aloe vera and even campho-phenic.
You wrote: “Also you mentioned that I was past my healing period in regards to the scabs. What is the healing period when you should not put any moisturizer over the scabs (5 days for example)?”
What I wrote was: “If treated areas scab, then you are past that initial healing period where random products should not be applied to the non-intact skin.” I other words, the appearance of scabs means that your body has sealed up the follicle opening to protect the skin. Scabs are a result of lymph fluid coming to an injured area and drying. To prevent the itchiness that can go with the drying-up of a scab, use something to keep it moist, such as a healing cream or moisturizer. This can be done 24 hours after a treatment if all redness and swelling is gone and scabs have appeared.