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What will happen during my appointment?

For a bikini wax, I recommend older underwear to wear during the service; we will discuss where you would like your bikini line to fall. For an underarm wax, please avoid deodorant/antiperspirant prior to your service; it stops the wax from adhering properly. If avoidance is not possible I will cleanse the area before your…

How should I prepare for a hair removal treatment?

To assure ease in removal, the unwanted hair should be at least 1/4? long. For body waxing, plan to exfoliate, or scrub, the area to be waxed on the day before your treatment, to slough off dead skin cells and help prevent ingrown hairs. Always wear clean comfortable clothing that will not irritate the area…

How long will the results last?

In most cases, hair growth is minimal during the first week or two and noticeably increases in the third and fourth week. Heat stimulates hair growth; therefore hair grows quicker in the summer than in the winter. With regular waxing the length of time between treatments will increase. Continued waxing results in sparse hair re-growth.

What areas of the body can be waxed?

The wax can be used on almost any part of the body as needed. It is wise to test a small area first for sensitivity. Some frequently waxed areas for women are legs, underarms, bikini line, eyebrows and face. For men: chest, leg, arms, and back. The exceptions for waxing are the beards and inside…

What about ingrown hairs?

Most people experience some, since as a new hair grows in it may become trapped under the surface of the skin causing slight irritation. Exfoliating regularly helps. To remove ingrown hairs, rub ice over irritated areas to draw hair to the surface of the skin, and then gently remove with disinfectant.

Will my hair grow back thicker?

No, but after removing hair lightened by the sun darker re-growth may appear thicker. Often hair grows in sparser after regular treatments and since waxing removes hair by the root, a soft new hair with a fine tip grows in, eliminating razor stubble.