Wax your way to a
smooth & silky summer
From Brazillians to underarms, to legs and lips,
waxing is a proven way to achieve smooth and silky skin
What types of waxes do you use?
We use a form of wax known as strip wax. We have 2 types of strip wax. The first is for sensitive skin including that on the face
and other more delicate areas on the body. The main ingredient in this wax is titanium dioxide which effectively soothes the skin
and reduces both inflammation and irritation without compromising results.
The wax we use for al other areas on the body is eucalyptus based. It removes more stubborn hairs with ease and gives a silky
smooth finish. The eucalyptus formula has fantastic antiseptic properties. We choose to use strip wax over hot wax as we find this
removes the hairs more effectively and with less stress on the skin.
Are there any health precautions to keep in mind with hair waxing?
BeautyWell® does not recommend waxing for persons suffering from diabetes or who have varicose veins or poor
circulation as they are more susceptible to infection. Users of Retin-A, Renova, Differin or Accutane are advised not to
have waxing on the face as these medications tend to weaken the skin and tearing of the skin may occur when the wax
is removed. Hair waxing should not be done on areas of skin affected by warts, pimples, moles or rashes or on skin that is
irritated, chapped or suffering from sunburn.
On what body areas can hair waxing be used?
Your therapist will test a small area first but generally waxing can be used on most parts of the body. The exceptions are the
male genitals, nipples, inside the ears and eyelashes.
What should I do to prepare for a waxing treatment?
Prior to and in between waxes you should exfoliate thoroughly, once or twice per week using a professional exfoliant.
This will ensure all dead skin is removed to allow the hairs to come through to prevent and treat ingrown hairs.
Moisturising with a treatment moisturiser designed for the body will keep the skin soft and smooth to prevent ingrown hairs.
BeautyWell® recommends you use a moisturiser with AHA’S to achieve optimum results. It is also recommended that you do not moisturise on the morning of you waxing treatment.
What should I do after a wax treatment?
After a wax you should stay out of the sun for 24hrs to allow the skin to calm. You may start moisturising that day but wait
How can I avoid ingrown hairs?
Ingrown hairs can be easily avoided by using a good treatment moisturiser and a concentrated AHA exfoliant. This will
slough off dead skin on a deeper level for a more advanced exfoliation and is perfect to lift out ingrown hairs.
How long before hair reappears?
Generally between 3 and 8 weeks. Less hair regrows and is generally finer. Eventually some hair never regrows.
BeautyWell®’s waxing treatments are performed with the highest quality waxes,
and finished with a massage of soothing antiseptic lotion for that smoother and silkier feel.
At BeautyWell®, our waxing treatments are of the highest possible standard.
BeautyWell®’s therapists are meticulously trained to always keep total client
comfort and hygiene at the highest of standards.
For information & pricing regarding any of our Waxing treatments,
or speak to one of our friendly therapists.
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