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Expert Tips On Waxing Everyone Should Read Before Their Next Appointment.
A good razor and shaving cream can definitely get the job done right, but sometimes, waxing proves to be a much better hair removal method. Not only does waxing remove larger amounts of hair with more speed than shaving, but it also guarantees noticeably longer periods of smoothness.
And sure, waxing at home is totally convenient, but it won’t get you same results you normally see at the salon. So, if you’re looking for a completely hygienic and safe means of hair removal, seeking out professional assistance is probably the best way to go.
“Go to a professional technician that specialises in waxing. You want someone that not only has the underpinning knowledge of what is happening to the skin before waxing, but also who has perfected the art of application and removal” Wax It CEO Peggy Millios recommends.
Whether you’re about to start waxing for the first time or are a seasoned pro, here are some expert-approved tips to help you achieve the best results possible.
1. Do A Test Before Your Appointment
Before you book any waxing appointment, it’s crucial to do some prep work first. Since wax can contain some artificial ingredients and fragrances, you’ll definitely want to check with your doctor or dermatologist to see if they think your skin can handle waxing.
“If you’re not sure how your skin will react to the wax, always do an allergy patch test beforehand,” says RealSelf contributor, and board certified dermatologist Dr. Joel Schlessinger via email. “You should always wait at least 24 hours [after the test] to make sure there’s no irritation.”
2. Tell Your Waxer Everything
Once waxing is determined to be a safe method of hair removal, it’s important to inform your wax-performing esthetician about your allergies and skin sensitivities prior to your service. This can help your esthetician choose the appropriate kind of wax for your skin type, and make the process a lot easier on your skin.
In addition, scheduling your appointment around certain times of the month can be helpful, especially since sensitivity caused from your menstrual cycle, can make the removal process more painful than it really should be.
3. Prep Skin Beforehand
Preparing your skin is just as important as making aware of any allergies, medication or products, etc you maybe taking. You should always start with exfoliated skin to ensure your wax goes without any setbacks.
Exfoliating before waxing removes any built up dead skin to allow hairs to come through the surface for easy removal. Hair needs to be about quarter of an inch long in order to be effective.
“Try and refrain from shaving in between waxing as hair grows in different cycles and may take up to three wax treatments for a smooth feel. If you must, tweeze a day or two after your wax but anything longer is best to grow out and caught on your next wax treatment” CEO Peggy Millios mentions.
4. Get Ready For The Wax
Probably the most unavoidable part of waxing for the first time is the feel of the wax removal as the hair is quite course and your skin has not yet experienced this process.
To minimize discomfort try and drink plenty of water to hydrate your skin, exfoliate and moisturize. Avoid alcohol and caffeine a few days before your wax which will also help.
Call (07) 5562 1289 To Set An Appointment For The Best Waxing Salon Robina For Brazilian Bikini Waxing, or go to http://Waxit.net.au at Robina Town Centre Office, Level 2, Shop 2028b, Robina QLD 4230.
5. Choose Your Wax
Waxing may seem like one-formula-fits-all kind of situation, but there are actually a few different types of waxes that each tackle different kinds of jobs. The biggest difference comes between hard and soft waxes.
Its important which wax gets used depending on the area that is being waxed. Hard is highly recommended for the face, underarms and intimate areas. Soft wax on the other hand, is recommend for much larger areas of body such as the legs, arms and torso.
6. Try To Go To A Salon
While there are tons of at-home waxing kits found at your local drugstore, waxing tends to be a service best left to the experts. Estheticians go through an extensive amount of training to become certified in waxing, so if you want a quick and easy wax, it’s always best to seek the help a professional.
In addition, waxing in salon allows experts to work on hard-to-reach areas you may not want to wax at home. These areas tend to be overly sensitive, and can bruise if not waxed correctly.
Pulling the wax off the wrong way can lead to lifted skin, bruising and snapped hairs.
7. But If You Wax At Home, Do It Cautiously
But if you decide to wax at home, please do so with caution. You should always test the temperature of your wax first, as wax that’s too hot can cause both burns and discoloration to the skin.
“Always test the temperature of the wax on the inside of your wrist. If it’s too hot, wait for it to cool,” says dermatologist Schlessinger. “Additionally, if you’re waxing sensitive areas like your underarms or bikini line, you might want to wait a little longer.” If something feels a little uncomfortable on your wrist, it’s going to really burn on those sensitive spots.
Once the temperature of your wax is safe to use on your skin, Schlessinger recommends passing on that at-home bikini wax, and sticking with simpler areas like the face, arms, and legs. These areas are much easier to reach, and can be done correctly on your own, if done carefully.
“Areas like the upper lip, face, arms and legs are some of the easiest to reach, and make excellent areas to try at-home waxing,” Dr. Schlessinger adds. “When doing waxing yourself, always read and follow the directions on your product package. Also, make sure you never wax skin that is sunburned, irritated, inflamed or cut.”
8. Follow Proper Aftercare
Caring for your skin post-waxing is as important as all that prep. Typically you should wait at least four to six weeks until scheduling your next wax and ensuring you care for your skin until your next visit.
“Its important to maintain skin care in between your wax visits,” Wax it’s CEO Peggy Millios encourages. “Keeping your skin exfoliated and moisturized will give you a more comfortable treatment and minimize ingrowns”.
Keeping your skin moisturized between waxes is the key. Dry and flaking skin can cause major discomfort to the skin while waxing, so it’s important to keep your skin hydrated at all times.
With these tips, I bid you to go forth and get smooth and as Wax it CEO Peggy Millios says “look great, feel confident”.
Call (07) 5562 1289 To Set An Appointment For The Best Waxing Salon Robina For Brazilian Bikini Waxing , or go to http://Waxit.net.au at Robina Town Centre Office, Level 2, Shop 2028b, Robina QLD 4230.