Q & A

Q: How to prepare for a waxing service?

A: The best way to prepare for waxing service is by exfoliating and avoiding shaving before your appointment.

 

Q: What is exfoliating?

A: Exfoliating is removing your dead skin cells. Our skin cells constantly renew themselves, so to keep them looking fresh and renewed you should exfoliate at least once a week.

 

Q: How long does the hair need to be?

A: For best waxing results the hair should be at least a 1/4 of an inch.

 

Q: How long do I need to wait after I shave to get the best waxing results?

A: For best waxing results, the best wait time is between 2 to 3 weeks after shaving.

 

Q: How do I need to treat my skin after waxing to avoid breakouts and irritation?

A: It is best to use products that are film free. After waxing try not to take a shower, go to the gym, tanning or swimming for at least 2-4 hours after service. Avoid products that are alcohol or oil based for great results.

 

Q: What are film free products?

A: A film free body wash is a body was without moisturizer or perfume. A film free body lotion is a lotion that does not feel greasy.

      Product that is not film free will leave a film on your skin that will interrupt the hair from growing outside your skin and will create ingrown hairs.  

 

Q:What is speed waxing?

A: Our services are fast and easy, we value your time.

 

Q: What is the difference between a Bikini Line, Full Bikini and a Brazilian? 

A: Bikini Line covers what you would show when you wear bikini bottoms, Full Bikini is as much or as little from the front including the labia and a Brazilian is the full bikini plus a strip down the inner buttocks. (Full buttocks is an additional service).

 

Q: Am I going to be the only person in the room with the technician? 

A: Yes, It will be only you and the technician in the room (with the exception of children).

 

Q: Can I get any waxed if I'm using any acne medication like Retin-A or Accutane?

A: If you are using Retin-A you can not wax your face, since it is a topical cream. If you are using Accutane it is advised not to wax any part of your body, since it is taking orally; the medication thins your skin throughout your body, therefore waxing can cause taring and irritation of your skin. 

 

Q: What kind of wax is being used?

A: We use both hard and soft wax - depending on the body part being waxed.

    The hard wax adheres only to the hair and not the skin itself. Safely removing both fine and coarse hair, it creates a smooth finish with minimum skin reactions.

    The soft wax won’t dry out or become brittle as it sets. It leaves skin smooth and free of even fine hair, leaving behind no sticky residue.

 

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