Before You Wax
- If you have been shaving, you will need at least 3 weeks growth to get a good wax. The longer the hair the better the results.
- Exfoliate 3 days prior to your appointment (not the day of). This will prepare the hair to come out with ease.
- An Advil or Tylenol a half hour before treatment will help manage your pain.
- Wear comfy lose clothing. Nothing tight.
You Cannot Be Waxed
After You Wax
• No hot baths
• No tanning including sun beds, fake tan or sunbathing
• No saunas, hot tubs or steam rooms
• No sports, exercise or gym workouts
• No swimming in chlorinated pools
• No deodorants, body sprays, powders, lotions or other products on area waxed
• No intercourse
- Depending on skin sensitivity it is normal to see some redness and bumps after waxing.
- To avoid ingrown hairs don’t wear tight clothes for next couple of days.
Resist touching freshly waxed skin, especially on the face, as this may encourage irritation and some breakouts.
- To avoid ingrown hair exfoliate waxed area 48 hours after treatment 2 to 3 times a week.