Allow hair to grow at least 1/4 of an inch or 10 to 15 days.
Avoid stimulants like alcohol and caffeine.
Avoid oily lotions on the area to be waxed.
Remove all jewelry and piercings in the area to be waxed.
Post-waxing, the skin is delicate and requires special care.
We strongly recommend that you don’t do the following for 24 to 48 hours:
Don’t take a hot bath or shower.
Don’t use ultraviolet treatments such as tanning beds or saunas.
Don’t wear tight or restrictive clothing.
Don’t use perfumed products.
Don’t rub or touch the waxed area since this can encourage infection.
Don’t use deodorants or antiperspirants.
Don’t use self-tanning products and make-up.
Don’t scrub the waxed area.
Common side effects
Bumps, irritation, and redness are typical and should not last more than three days.
Waxing, especially on the face, can cause the skin to peel off.
Give the skin some time to get used to the waxing process, it is an excellent way of getting rid of unwanted hair, but it is not for everyone.
If you have tried waxing for at least 3 or 4 months and your skin doesn’t react well, you should consider other hair removal methods.