Waxing hygiene in a salon is very important ladies and gents!!!! You should walk away if your waxing therapist Double Dips* as it’s NOT safe or hygienic practice. Similarly, if you see dirty waxing pots or dirty surroundings; don’t go through with the treatment.
I remember going to my first waxing course – I was mortified when I saw the educator double-dipping* and wearing no gloves. This ‘waxing course’ felt very basic and not up to standard. The student that I had to work on didn’t help either. 🙁
When I got home and my husband opened the door the first words out of my mouth was that I should have bought my own f**king model! It is safe to say that I never did any waxing after this course as I felt the training was very inadequate and it didn’t give me the confidence I needed.
I then embarked on a mission to find the best trainer available. I was fortunate to make this a reality (after being on a very long waiting list!) and ended up spending a whole day with the amazing and legendary wax queen Kim Lawless!!
Kim definitely gave me the skills, techniques and confidence to offer a high standard of waxing, using world-class waxing products.
I set a really high standard from the word go; so in our salon WE HAVE NEVER DOUBLE DIPPED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I caught the waxing bug and went on to do some more training with some of the UK’s biggest brands and top trainers in both male and female waxing . I also went back to spend a day with the Wax Queen late last year to catch up and to advance our skills.
Here’s what you can expect from Just Beauty:
Here are some of the cleaning products we use at our waxing salon in Sittingbourne, Kent:
We use medical/hospital grade infection control products which are designed to kill Bacteria (including MRSA), Spores, Fungi and Yeasts. For more information please visit:
[sws_red_box box_size=”630″] * Double Dipping is the practice where a single waxing spatula is used. The spatula is dipped into the wax pot more than once. Generally this awful practice is done to save money. Because the wax does not get hot enough to kill bacteria and germs, this can be a source of infection. [/sws_red_box]