Treatments won't have the same effects on everyone. Only works on dark hairs. Must go in for at least 10 sessions and there’s no guarantee of it working. Not all lasers are the same and the right laser or light device should be chosen based on skin tone.
hair removal cream
Depilatories work by dissolving hair with chemicals such as calcium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide. Those same toxins can irritate skin. Since the hair is being removed just below the surface of the skin; it take 2-5 days for regrowth.
high quality hard wax
Using hard wax removes hair from the root. It's gentler on your skin, especially for areas like your face and bikini area. Only adheres to hair not skin. Which makes it less painful to remove, compared to soft wax (strips). Hair grows back slower and thinner. Leaves no residue, and skin has little to no irritation after service.
Shaving cuts the hair right below the skin's surface. Shaving can irritate the skin, which may lead to itchy and painful red bumps. Since the hair is being removed right at the skins surface, the hair grows back within 2 days.
It plucks away hair as you move the device over different parts of your body. For the best results you'll need to move the device slowly across your body. Using this method too quickly will leave hairs behind.
Let's Start off by Comparing Other Hair Removal Methods
What can I do to Improve my Waxing Experience?
We know it sounds counter-productive to wait three weeks to remove hairs., but it's necessary. The benefit in waiting will give hairs time to grow. Providing lasting results for weeks to come.
Exfoliating is removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Once you begin a regimen of exfoliating your skin, it helps the wax to seep into the hair follicles to grip the base of the root. Pain from waxing stems from waxing ingrown hairs, dead skin, and the hairs being removed. Once you begin exfoliating it helps eliminate the others, and focus 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 breathe to prevent Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (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?
1. Exfoliate the Day of
It's always best to exfoliate two days before your wax and two days afterwards. Never the day of due to sensitivity.
2. Consume Alcohol
Alcohol thins your blood and coffee is a stimulant. If you have more than one drink before your wax, you'll be more sensitive. Drinking a margarita afterwards, though, is a great idea!
3. Use Cannabis
Smoking or consuming cannibis will not help with pain tolerance. It will increase anxiety and stimulate feeling and emotions.
What I SHOULD DO before my Appointment?
1. Bring Loose Cotton Garments
Your pores will be exposed after a wax. Make sure to bring breathable clothing such as 100% cotton and loose fitting clothes to wick moisture and prevent irritation.
Although it's not needed, you may take the recommended dose 30 minutes prior to your appointment to ease the pain and mind.
3. Change Tampon
Aunt Flow paid a visit? Don’t worry we are still able to complete the service. Just be sure to change your tampon prior to the appointment.
Disclaimer: You are your most senitive 3 days before and 3 days during your menses.