So You're Thinking About Getting a Brazilian?
It doesn't matter if you're a first-timer or a veteran in the waxing game, my guests will always have questions about waxing. Keep the questions coming, because that's what Wax Haven is all about; educating. There's so many dos and don'ts, most get overwhelmed about what they need to do to keep their skin clear and smooth as possible. Although, I cannot display everything in full detail here's a synopsis of what you should be doing before and post wax.
Let's Start off by Comparing Other Hair Removal Methods
What Can I Do To Improve My Waxing Experience?
I know it sounds counter productive to wait to remove hairs to finally get to the point of removal, but you must wait till hairs are at least 3 weeks long. You will not be disappointed in the end.
Exfoliating is removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Once you begin a regime of exfoliating your skin, it helps the wax to seep into the hair follicles to get a grip of the hair as close to the hair root as possible. Pain from waxing comes from the wax trying to pick up ingrown hairs, dead skin, including hairs. Once you begin exfoliating it helps to rid of the others, and focuses only on the hairs; making it the most painless.
Moisturizing with fraction coconut oil or grapeseed oil in the bikini area keeps skin hydrated and smooth. Reducing ingrown hairs, hyperpigmentation, and dry/scaly skin.
Keep in mind your skin needs to breath to prevent Hidradenitis Supperativa (friction from clothing) leading to hyperpigmentation (darkening of skin). Natural fabrics such as cotton is best when it comes to undies. Loose cotton allows for better ventilation, wicks moisture, and causes less friction between skin and under/outer garments.
WHAT I SHOULDN'T DO BEFORE MY APPOINTMENT?
WHAT I SHOULD DO BEFORE MY APPOINTMENT?
Disclaimer: You are your most senitive 3 days before and 3 days during your menses.