During a wax, a licensed esthetician applies warm wax to the target areas. The wax is then quickly removed along with the hair, from the root, using strips or a hard wax that hardens on its own. The process is done in sections, ensuring all hair is removed.
Waxing can cause some discomfort, as hair is being removed from the root. However, the level of pain varies from person to person. The sensation is often described as a quick sting, which subsides shortly after the wax is removed. Our experienced estheticians take measures to make the process as comfortable as possible.
For the best results, the hair should be at least ¼ inch long (roughly the length of a grain of rice) This allows the wax to adhere to the hair properly and facilitates effective hair removal.
The results of a wax can last anywhere from 3 to 6 weeks, depending on your hair growth cycle. It's important to note that hair needs to grow back to a sufficient length before it can be waxed again. The ideal w
To prepare for a wax, it's recommended to:
During a Brazilian waxing session:
When performed by a licensed and experienced professional, waxing is generally considered safe. Our estheticians adhere to strict hygiene practices and use high-quality wax and products to minimize the risk of irritation or infection.
Yes, you can still get a Brazilian wax while menstruating. However, you will need to use a tampon or menstrual cup during the waxing session for hygiene purposes. Some people do experience more discomfort right before and during their cycle. Communicate with your esthetician if you have any concerns, as they can accommodate your needs.
After a wax (especially Brazilians), it's important to: