I do my hair removal by using wax (followed with some tweezing if necessary)
I strive my best to do it as pain free and gentle as I can.
I am efficient and fussy, ensuring your wax is as perfect as can be, leaving you feeling as silky smooth as possible.
|Sides of Face||$15
|Full face (lip, chin, brows, sides)||$50
|Hands and fingers (complimentary with arm wax)||$10
|Brazilian (First visit/over 10 weeks)||from $55
|Brazilian (7-10 weeks)||$50
|Brazilian Maintenance (6 weeks and under)||$45
|Buttocks or Snail Trail||$5-10
|Three quarter leg||$40
|Upper half leg||$35
|Lower half leg||$30
|Feet and toes (Complimentary with leg wax) ||$10
|Chest and Abdomen||$55
|Back and Shoulders||$50
|Neck||$30 per side
|Lower half leg||$40
|Small patch area||from $20
|Other||price on request
There are many benefits to waxing versus other forms of hair removal. It is an effective method to remove large amounts of hair at one time.
It is a long-lasting method. Hair in waxed areas usually won’t grow back for at least 2 weeks.
When hair is shaved or removed by depilatory cream,the hair is removed at the surface rather than the root. Within a few days, the hair can be seen at the surface as it grows back.
Pro’s for waxing
• Less effort for you – the professionals do all the work
• Helps remove the “shadow” look of stubble
• Hairless for longer period of time
• Over time hair may become thinner and finer and take slower to regrow
• Gets hair deeper than a razor – removing from the root rather than at the surface
• No razor cuts or burn
• No chemical burns
• Doesn’t grow back as rough and stubbly like shaving
Tips for waxing
• Exfoliation should take place 24-48 hours prior to waxing
• Ensure hair is long enough, leave at least 3-4 weeks after shaving & prior waxes
• If you’re really worried about the pain, or haven’t had waxing before then take 1 or 2 paracetamol about 30-40 minutes before your appointment. This can help reduce the surface discomfort
• Wear loose clothing as this reduces irritation following a wax
• Ensure skin is clean and product free
• Make sure skin is free from irritation, open wounds, and sun burn
• Ensure you don’t have any contraindications to waxing, tell your therapist if you have any allergies, are on any medications or have any health issues
• Don’t drink alcohol or caffeinated drinks prior as this can make you more sensitive.
• Women may want to avoid waxing while menstruating as you are more sensitized. Some therapist will not wax the pubic area at this time of the month, so check with your therapist first.
• It’s normal immediately after your wax for a little bit of redness and a prickly heat type rash to appear. This should disappear after a few hours and is normally due to a histamine reaction. Because waxing removes the hair at the root, it’s important that you keep the area clean and bacteria free.
• Avoid touching the area after waxing.
• To sooth post-waxing areas you can use Aloe-based products or anything with tea tree or lavender will help soothe, heal and provide antibacterial properties or a simple cold compress can help too.
• Exfoliation should take place again 24-48 hours after waxing, and frequently following this. This along with an ingrown hair solution will help any ingrown or embedded hairs that may occur.
• Ensure you have a warm rather than hot shower after waxing and avoid swimming, using a spa bath or sauna and exercising for 24 hours to avoid any infection as pores are still open.
• Wait 24-48 hours to start using products on the area like make-up, creams, tanning lotions or getting a spray tan as well as sunbathing or using sunbeds.