Waxing is one "do it yourself" beauty treatment you must leave to the professionals! We believe that a waxing should never be performed at home for many, many reasons. Even most waxers do not wax on their own, they instead let a co-waxer wax them.

In order to have the best waxing results, make sure that your hair is grown out to about ⅛ to ¼ of an inch. This is the ideal length for hair to be before getting waxed because it will allow the wax to get a better grip on the hair and be removed directly from the root, rather than just the hair above the skin. If you are transiting between waxing and shaving, avoid shaving after a wax and if your hair is starting to grow, as shaving reverses the effect of waxing.

Pre-waxing Care

  • The night before, exfoliate your skin with a loofah and body grains.
  • Do not apply body creams or oils on the day of the waxing.
  • Do not exercise, tan, use the sauna or whirlpool 2 to 3 hours prior to waxing.
  • Make sure that your hair is at least ¼ inch prior to waxing (ideally ½ inch for Bikini wax).

Post-waxing Care

  • Do not take hot baths or showers on the day of waxing. Do not use whirlpools, saunas or steam rooms for 2 days after waxing.
  • Do not tan waxed skin for 10 to 12 hours after waxing.
  • Exfoliate skin 2 to 3 days after waxing, If ingrowns are a concern, exfoliate every day.
  • Skinny jeans or tight panties makes it difficult for hair to pop out through skin, and therefore may aid in creating ingrown. If possible, use loosen clothing for a few days after waxing.

Waxing is a fairly long-lasting method of hair removal – it can last from 3 to 6 weeks. Better yet, the hair grows back more softer and sparser, not stubbly. If you wax consistently, waxing will change the growth cycle and physiology of your hair follicle. Continued waxing will also cause hair growth to diminish over time. It is the process of weakening the hair follicle with repeated treatment the hair growth reduces.

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