A couple of days before your appointment you should try and exfoliate and moisturise your skin in the area to be waxed which will help you get the best results. If you don’t regularly exfoliate the area to be waxed, you’re likely to have a lot of dead skin there which will be trapping hairs underneath it. By exfoliating and removing the dead skin, you’ll be releasing those hairs, which we can then wax (we obviously can’t remove any hairs that are still below the surface of the skin as we cam't get to them). Otherwise, you’re likely to see some regrowth quite quickly after your appointment.
It’s really important to moisturise regularly too, to keep the skin supple. For the same reasons as above, we want to avoid dry, flaky skin in the area to be waxed.
If you’re having an intimate wax, then please consider which products you’re going to use to exfoliate and moisturise the area beforehand! You need a gentle exfoliator, preferably unperfumed, that’s not going to scratch the skin or irritate the area. Likewise with moisturiser – choose an unfragranced gentle one, which is not going to irritate or sting! We have samples available of our recommendation which you can then order from us should you wish to.
Please do have a shower on the day of your wax to ensure that you’re clean and fresh when we see you. Don’t heavily apply any cream to the area to be waxed on the day of your appointment though. Wet wipes will also be provided before treatment begins.