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What does waxing do?

Waxing reduces the amount of hair and thickness as well. It takes the hair out at the root and will reduce it over time. It will take about 4 weeks to fully grow out all 3 stages of your hair.

How long does my hair need to be to get a wax?

Hair should be grown for 4 weeks Minimum to get a wax.


Is there anything I need to do before a wax?

Yes, you should exfoliate the area with a loofah.
You can take an advil before you come in, and you are able to use numbing cream also. You can purchase it at any pharmacy. Make sure to put on 25-30 minutes before you come in.

Can I shave in between waxes?

No, when you shave you are not reducing the amount and thickness of hair which will take longer to reduce hair and can cause bumps and ingrowns.

What should I avoid after a wax?

You should avoid tanning beds, sun exposure, hot tubs, pools, applying lotion or oils to the area, make up and tight clothing.

How often should I exfoliate?

You should exfoliate every time before a wax and then not again until 2 days after a wax. You should be exfoliating the area every time you shower to help reduce bumps and ingrowns.

What helps reduce/ prevent ingrowns?

Regular exfoliation. Post waxing product ( Glossy Box, Carrioff and PFB)


How often should I wax?

You should wax every 4-6 weeks depending on hair growth. The more consistent you are with waxing, the better the results are.