BODY WAXING

What is Body Waxing?

Body waxing is an effective method of hair removal that can provide smooth results for weeks at a time. With regular waxing, hair growth becomes finer and sparser over time, making it a popular choice for those looking for longer-lasting hair removal solutions.

How Does It Work?

Body waxing works by removing hair from the root, resulting in smooth skin that can last for several weeks. During a body waxing session, a thin layer of warm wax is applied to the skin in the direction of hair growth. The wax adheres to the hair, and a cloth or paper strip is pressed onto the wax. The strip is then quickly pulled off in the opposite direction of hair growth, removing the wax along with the hair from the follicle.


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Safe for ALL skin types


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Can be performed anywhere on the body


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Safe treatment for all seasons

Body Waxing FAQ

Body waxing can last anywhere from 3 to 6 weeks, depending on your hair growth cycle and the area being waxed. Regular waxing can lead to finer and sparser hair growth over time, extending the time between waxing sessions.

It’s recommended to exfoliate the area to be waxed a day or two before your appointment to remove dead skin cells and help the wax adhere better. Avoid moisturizing on the day of your appointment, as moisturizers can create a barrier that prevents the wax from effectively gripping the hair.

Body waxing can be uncomfortable, especially during the first few sessions. However, many people find that the discomfort lessens over time as they become accustomed to the sensation. Using a numbing cream before your appointment can help reduce any discomfort.

It’s important to inform your waxing technician about any skincare products or medications you are using, as some can increase the risk of skin sensitivity or adverse reactions. Retinoids, for example, can make the skin more prone to irritation and should be discontinued prior to waxing.

While body waxing is generally safe for most people, there are some potential risks, including skin irritation, redness, and ingrown hairs. These risks can be minimized by following proper aftercare instructions and choosing an experienced waxing technician.