Make shaving everyday a thing of the past with a wax! 

Soft wax is applied warm to the skin in a thin layer in the direction of hair growth. Cloth strips are then applied to the warm wax, rubbed in the direction of hair growth, and quickly pulled off in the opposite direction. Removing hair to create smoother skin without the daily stubble.


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Waxing is much more methodical. Both hard and soft wax mixtures are applied in the same direction as hair growth. Once the substance cools and slightly hardens, it’s removed in the opposite direction of hair growth.

Due to how it’s removed, some waxes can be harsh on skin and break shorter hairs instead of removing them from the root. To help prevent this, wax should only be applied to the same area once or twice.

With sugaring, the cooled paste is applied to the skin in the opposite direction of hair growth. It’s then removed in the direction of hair growth in quick, small pulls.

Because the sugar only exfoliates the surface of skin, it can be reapplied multiple times to the same area of skin.

Allow the hair to grow – but not too long!

For the best (and most painless) results, your hair should be roughly 0.5 cm long before waxing so that the wax can grip and remove it easily. For most people, this is roughly 2-3 weeks’ growth. If the hair is too short, the wax will have a tough time sticking to the hair, and if it’s too long it could make the treatment a little uncomfortable.

Exfoliate your skin – Gently exfoliate your skin with a body scrub and mitt 48 hours before your appointment. This banishes any dead skin cells that are clogging your pores. Exfoliation also helps to loosen any trapped hairs that could otherwise remain stubbornly attached during your treatment. It’s best to do it a couple of days before so that you don’t irritate the skin right before your wax. 

Freshly washed skin is best – Before the wax is applied, make sure you have clean, freshly washed skin. Oily skin can prevent the wax from adhering, leaving behind some stray hairs. Plus, by removing all traces of make-up and sweat from your skin, there will be less chance of irritation after the treatment.

Remember to dry your skin thoroughly with a clean towel, as wax won’t stick to damp skin. We recommend washing your waxing area around an hour or so before the wax so that it will be completely dry for the treatment.

Calm your skin – Apply Aloe Vera gel to the skin for a cool, soothing effect. Aloe Vera will help to rehydrate the skin and reduce the appearance of waxing bumps. Another great soother is Tea Tree Oil, which has antibacterial properties to ensure your skin remains free from infection. 

Places to avoid – We recommend that you avoid gyms, saunas and steam rooms for at least 48 hours after your waxing treatment. Working up a sweat before the hair follicles have closed properly can lead to irritated skin. Similarly, stay away from sunbeds and UV exposure, as the heat can clog the follicles and cause redness and bumps. 

Play it cool – After waxing, your skin may feel overly sensitive. We recommend having cool showers and that you avoid scrubbing or exfoliating the treated area for three days to give the skin time to settle. If you’ve had your underarms waxed, avoid deodorants for 24 hours post-treatment. Use only mild, unscented soaps and shower gels until your pores fully close.

Gentle exfoliation – Three days after your treatment, it’s a good idea to gently exfoliate your skin to remove dead skin cells and avoid ingrown hairs. Use a body scrub designed for sensitive skin and rub softly in circular movements to prevent hair from becoming trapped under the skin as the follicles close.

Apply moisturizer – After exfoliating, follow up with a rich, nourishing moisturizer to further minimize ingrown hairs.


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