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At WaxMe, we offer a premium waxing experience using a specially formulated wax that guarantees exceptional results and a comfortable treatment. Our professional estheticians use a high-quality wax that is specifically designed to be gentle on the skin while effectively removing unwanted hair.
Our wax is carefully chosen to ensure maximum adherence to the hair follicles, resulting in a longer-lasting smoothness. With our expert technique and attention to detail, we provide.
To ensure a successful and comfortable waxing experience, there are a few essential steps you should take to prepare beforehand. Here’s a guideline for preparing for a wax:
Hair Length: Ideally, your hair should be at least 1/4 to 1/2 inch long for the wax to effectively grip the hair. Avoid shaving or trimming the area for at least two weeks before your appointment to allow sufficient regrowth.
Exfoliation: Gently exfoliate the area to be waxed a day or two before your appointment. This helps remove dead skin cells and prevents ingrown hairs, allowing for better wax adherence.
Cleanliness: Take a warm shower or bath before your appointment to cleanse the area thoroughly. Avoid applying lotions, oils, or creams to the area as they can create a barrier that hinders wax adhesion.
Pain Management: If you’re concerned about discomfort, you can take an over-the-counter pain reliever like ibuprofen 30 minutes before your appointment to help minimize any potential pain or inflammation.
Comfortable Attire: Wear loose-fitting clothing to your appointment, especially if you’re getting a wax on your legs or intimate areas. This will help prevent irritation and friction on the freshly waxed skin.
Communicate with your Esthetician: During the appointment, feel free to communicate any specific concerns or preferences to your esthetician. They are professionals trained to provide a comfortable experience and can adjust their technique accordingly.
For waxing to be effective, it is generally recommended that the hair should be at least 1/4 to 1/2 inch (6-12 mm) in length. This allows the wax to adhere to the hair properly and facilitates effective removal from the root.
If the hair is too short, the wax may not be able to grip it adequately, resulting in less efficient hair removal and the need for more frequent waxing. On the other hand, if the hair is too long, it may cause more discomfort during the waxing process.
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.
Waxing can cause some discomfort or pain, but the level of sensitivity varies from person to person. Here are a few factors that can influence the pain experienced during a waxing session:
Individual Pain Threshold: Each person has a different pain tolerance, so what may be uncomfortable for one individual might be more tolerable for another. Factors such as your pain threshold, sensitivity of the area being waxed, and your overall pain perception can impact your experience.
Area Being Waxed: Certain areas of the body can be more sensitive than others. For example, areas with thinner skin, such as the bikini area or underarms, may be more sensitive to waxing compared to larger areas like the legs.
Frequency of Waxing: The first waxing session may be more uncomfortable than subsequent ones because the hair follicles are not accustomed to being removed from the root. With regular waxing, the discomfort may reduce as the hair becomes finer and the follicles weaken.
Skilled Esthetician: An experienced esthetician who uses proper waxing techniques can minimize discomfort during the procedure. Their expertise in applying and removing the wax swiftly and efficiently can help reduce pain.
Yes, you can get waxed while on your period. However, it’s important to let your esthetician know about your menstrual cycle so they can take any necessary precautions or accommodations. They are accustomed to working with clients who are menstruating and will ensure your comfort and hygiene during the waxing session.
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!