Waxing for the first time?
You should not go to the solarium 24 hours before the treatment and avoid direct sunlight. Do not apply greasy body lotion and the skin should also be untreated otherwise, as this could impair the effect of the wax. Let the hairs grow an average of about 4 mm before a treatment, as they will then all have penetrated to the skin's surface and this is the only way to achieve a long-lasting result.
Is waxing painful?
Brazilian waxingis one of the least painful methods. However, the first time the treatment is not entirely painless, as the hair is removed along with the hair bulb during the first treatment. From the second treatment it is then pain-free, because the hair is finer. We do everything to make the treatment as comfortable as possible.
What do I have to consider after waxing?
The skin is sensitive for the first few hours, so it is very important not to use greasy lotions for the first 24 hours, avoid sunbathing and solariums, and not exercise. Start at least three days after your waxing with a light peeling with a loofah sponge.
Can the hair grow in?
Yes. Because the hair is removed with the whole root and grows back finer and less over time, the new and fine hairs cannot always penetrate the skin, so that they can grow in. What you can do to avoid this is by massaging the skin regularly (2-3 times a week) with an exfoliating product or a loofah, massaging the skin and then rinsing it out.