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1. HOW LONG, OR SHORT, SHOULD MY HAIR BE FOR WAXING?
The hair should be at least 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch for best results. If you have coarse hair it should be closer to 1/2-inch for the first few waxes. Once the hair becomes finer it can be waxed at a shorter length.
It may take up to three waxing sessions to achieve smooth skin due to the fact that all hair grows in stages and all of your hair is never at the same stage. It is very important to avoid shaving between waxing appointments, as this will interrupt the process and stimulate the hair growth again.
2. HOW OFTEN SHOULD I GET MY WAXING TREATMENT?
Every 2-4 weeks. Regular waxing is essential. The skin will be less sensitive if waxing is done every 4 weeks. Over time, with regular waxing, the hair follicle will have less and less of a grip on the hair to be pulled and the hairs will come out more easily. Another reason to wax frequently is that you may even experience less hair growth over time.
3. IS THERE ANYTHING I SHOULD DO BEFORE MY WAXING APPOINTMENT?
Yes, Refrain from taking a shower or bath immediately before the treatment. Soaking the hair will soften it, allowing it to break more easily and making waxing less effective.
Make sure the hair is the appropriate length for waxing.
Make sure that the area(s) to be waxed are clean.
There are certain medications and products that should not be taken or used if you plan to have a waxing treatment soon. Topical exfoliants used on the area to be waxed such as Retin-A, Renova, and hydroquinone, oral acne medications such as Accutane, blood-thinning medications, and topical/oral cortisone make the skin more sensitive and increase the likelihood of irritation or other complications. Please check with your doctor if you are unsure whether you should be waxed while on or using a medication.
4. WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT AFTER MY FIRST WAXING TREATMENT?
Hairless skin! Everyone's skin reacts differently to waxing treatments, but you can expect to have temporary redness and minor irritation for a day or two. Slight itchiness may be experienced as the hair grows out. Proper post-wax care will alleviate these symptoms quickly.
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