Waxing & Waning

The bottom line is that waxing doesn’t tickle, it stings, but at least it’s quick. After they’ve removed your body hair, avoid soaps and shower gels in your first hair-less shower as they can cause the pores to be clogged but from there on out, keep your hair-less area clean. Redness or a slight rash is typical, especially with wax-rookies, but we use the best wax available, and the more often you come in, the more accustomed your skin and hair become to waxing. Four to six weeks between treatments is fairly standard. Waxing when sunburned is out of the question, unless you’re a glutton for punishment.

And guys, what if you get a woody while getting a male Brazilian? Well so what. Look, our therapists are professionals. They are not there to play with it but to remove the hair from it. It’s actually good if you do (get a woody) because the skin is tighter, and it will hurts less… plus the endorphins….. Ok, you get the picture… So chill! Seriously… during the waxing procedure, the therapist constantly pulls the skin tight in the area that is worked on, before pulling the wax off. This ensures the follicles are close to the skin. Believe it or not guys, it’s probably one of our most requested waxing treatments.

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