Why should I wax?

Waxing is a great way to remove unwanted hair.They can be more effective than shaving because they remove the hair from the root instead of the skin’s surface. Over time continued waxing or sugaring can reduce the amount of hair regrowth.

Who shouldn’t wax?

Persons being treated with chemotherapy.
Persons currently using hydrocortisone cream, Retin A, Renova, Differin or any other skin thinning creams.

Persons using chemical exfoliators (glycolic, appha hydroxy, lactic, malic or salicylic acids). Persons using Acutane (an oral acne drug). Persons with extremely tanned or sunburned skin.

How long will the results last?

Results will vary depending on your hair re-growth cycle. Usually about 3-6 weeks on average.

What should I do to prepare for a wax?

Hair growth for waxing needs to be ¼” or be at least 3 weeks since you last shaved. Hair growth for sugaring needs to be at least 1/8″
Be clean. Personal hygiene is a must. Come freshly showered.
Wear loose, comfortable clothing to prevent post-waxing irritation.