FAQ

  • What is the appropriate hair length that can be removed by waxing?
    The hair length has to 1/4 to 1/8 inch long for waxing removal
  • Will waxing affect how my hair grows back?
    If you wax on a regular basis, hair will not grow back as quickly over time.
  • When I wax the hair doesn't come off?
    There are many factor causes this result. Maybe hair is too short or long, skin is not dry or clean enough, waxing in wrong direction.
  • How to deal with ingrown hair?
    Ingrown hair can be prevented by regularly exfoliating the skin once a week after waxing, with the help of a loofah, pumice stone or other exfoliating agent applied gently on the body during a shower. It is also advisable to keep the skin moist to prevent ingrown hair.
  • I got redness and bumps after waxing treatment?
    Most people experience some redness and bumps in the area, immediately after waxing. It usually subsides in a few hours, but might take longer in some people. This can be managed by applying ice or cold compresses over the area for 10-15 minutes after waxing. If the redness and irritation persists for longer, you should apply calamine lotion, tea tree oil lotion, or aloe-vera gel to the affected area, all of which have a soothing and healing effect.