Hand waxing / Leg waxing ( What is waxing )

Waxing is a safe and effective method of removing unwanted facial and body hairs, using heated wax.

How much hair growth is required for effective waxing

At least ¼ inch of growth should be present. This is normally about 10-14 days growth (post-shaving).

Contraindication for waxing

Waxing should not be performed on any area on which vitamin-A based products such as Retin-A, Renova and Differin have been used within the last 2 weeks. Please inform your waxing expert of any usage of these products with in the last 6 months

Waxing should not be performed on individuals who have used Accutane with in the last year (minimum). Please alert your waxing expert if you have ever used Accutane.

If you are using products containing glycolic acid , salicylic acid, or any other preparation design to peel the skin, it should be discontinued 3-5 days prior to any waxing.

Waxing should not be used on areas of skin affected by warts, moles or other skin irritation.

Do not receive waxing if you are diabetic or have any circulatory problems. Waxing should not be performed on areas with broken blood vessels or varicose veins.

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