Allow your hair to grow for FOUR weeks before each of your first few appointments. By doing this you are more than likely to get your hair on the same growth cycle, allowing for optimal waxing results.
Stay on this schedule until your therapist advises you otherwise.
DO NOT shave, tweeze or use any hair removal creams between waxing appointments. This throws off your hair growth pattern, making it difficult to achieve the smooth skin you want.
Do not apply any body-lotion or body-oils on the day of your waxing appointment.
Always gently exfoliate the day of your waxing appointment. Do not exfoliate to the point where your skin is sore. It’s recommended that you use an exfoliating mitt or cloth. I don’t recommend using brushes for exfoliation as these can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Aftercare is essential so you should follow your waxing therapist’s home-care advice and product recommendations.
Now you have smooth beautiful skin and you want to keep it that way! Always schedule your next appointment before you leave your appointment.
Keeping on a schedule will help you to maintain smooth skin and greatly decrease the hair that grows back.
Now you have smooth beautiful skin and you want to keep it that way. Home care is a must and it’s easy to follow.
Schedule your next appointment before you leave your appointment. Keeping on a schedule will help you to maintain smooth skin and will greatly decrease the hair that grows back.
Avoid the sun the day of your waxing and make sure you use sun block.
If your prone to ingrown or at the first hint of one, do not wait until they become an issue
to address. Follow your therapist’s advice to help reduce your chances of getting ingrown hairs.
Continue exfoliating at least two to three days a week to rid yourself of the dead skin build up that will trap the hairs and cause ingrown.