You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! The following general questions will answer any concerns you may have pre and post waxing.

At WaxMe, only the highest quality of organic hard wax is used for every service. It is specially designed for sensitive skin and removes the hair from the root without breakage or burning your skin.

Please exfoliate the area you plan on getting waxed in an upwards motion a few days before your appointment with either a loofah or scrub. Keep the area clean and free from perfumes and lotions the day of your service. Wear comfortable clothes. You may take ibuprofen 30 minutes before your appointment to help reduce discomfort

In order to get the best possible wax, the hair needs to be at least 1/4 inch long (the length of a grain of rice).  This takes a minimum of 14 days of hair growth.

3-4 weeks for most waxing services. The more you wax, the thinner and lighter the hair becomes.

*Hormones and medications may contribute to a difference in growth rates.

If the hair is longer than a grain of rice, you may trim with scissors only. Using an electric trimmer may still trim some hairs shorter than the desired length, therefore not recommended.

If you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment, please give 6+ hours advanced notice to ensure that you will not be charged for the appointment. If less than 6 hours’ notice is given, you will be required to pay the full service fee. No call/no shows will be charged full price for the scheduled service and will need to pre-pay for any future appointments.

Arriving late will limit the time spent on your service. Your service will end on time, so that the next guest will not be delayed. If you are more than 15 minutes late, you may be asked to reschedule and the full value of the service will be charged.

Waxing weakens the hair follicles making the hair grow thinner, lighter and softer.  Since shaving promotes the hair to grow back darker and coarser, it is not recommended to shave between waxing appointments.

While most clients tolerate waxing well, It depends on the coarseness of hair, area being waxed, and your pain tolerance. Minor discomfort may be experienced if this is your first time waxing. Scheduling your waxing appointment every 4-6 weeks will greatly reduce discomfort and minimize growth.

Yes! it is safe and common to wax at any stage of your pregnancy. Please be aware pregnancy increases sensitivity, you may be more sensitive during this time.

It is perfectly safe and common to wax while on your period. Make sure to wear a fresh tampon and you may take ibuprofen for discomfort.

Due to the nature of our appointments, we do not accept walk-ins. You are welcome to contact us for same day availabilities however, we highly encourage booking your waxing appointments ahead of time.

We do not allow additional guests in our treatment rooms. Another person in the room can be a distraction to the Esthetician and make an already anxious first-timer more nervous.

I had my very first Brazilian wax with Desiree last year and I would not see anyone else! When I found out she started WaxMe, I had to follow her to her new business! She is extremely easy to talk to which makes you feel very comfortable with any questions you have. Her new location is very cute and quaint and perfect to get your personal services done. Highly recommended!

Camille M.


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