What is waxing & how does it work?
Waxing is a popular depilatory method where hair is removed from the roots for longer lasting results. Wax is applied to the skin and clings to the hairs. When wax is removed, the hairs are stuck to the wax, leaving your skin smooth. Hair regrowth becomes softer and results last longer than other forms of hair removal.
How long does waxing keep my skin hair free?
Waxing can keep your skin hair free for up to 3-5 weeks; however results can vary with each person due to different hair types and how frequently you wax.
How do I prepare my skin before waxing?
Hair growth needs to be at least 2mm from the skins surface so the wax can adhere to the hair. Longer hair should be trimmed to 5mm before waxing. Area to be treated must be clean, dry and free from any oils and creams. Exfoliating the skin will help the wax adhere to the hair properly.
Should I shower before I wax?
No, always avoid waxing immediately after a shower or hot bath. The warm water will open your pores but it will also soften your skin making it more likely to bruise or become irritated when waxed. Wait an hour or two before commencing your waxing treatment.
How do I care for my skin after waxing?
Avoid using antiperspirants if underarms have been waxed for 24hrs and avoid sunbathing directly after waxing treatments. Avoid hot showers and exercise 24 hours after waxing. For the bikini line area please avoid tight clothing.
|Full leg and Bikini||£26.00|
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