Waxing – Soft Wax

Waxing using soft wax is one of the best and most popular method of hair removal. It gets rid of the entire hair, including the root, making the regrowing hairs weaker and thinner. After the treatment hair regrowth lasts between 2 to 5 weeks depending on how many wax was used. Soft waxing, when regularly used, makes your hair much less visible.

How to prepare for waxing?

Make sure the hair you want to have waxed has grown out 0,5 to 1 cm above the skin’s surface. If too short, your hairs won’t get caught far enough up into the wax to be successfully pulled out while too long hairs may cause the treatment to be less comfortable. Exfoliate the skin with body scrub or body brush. It will get rid of the death epidermis and make your skin clean and smooth, so the wax will stick better to the hair and it will be easier to remove unwanted hairs. Exfoliating before and after waxing helps also to prevent ingrown hair.

The day you plan waxing do not exfoliate the skin and do not go to solarium. Avoid tanning just before the waxing. It helps to reduce skin inflammation and irritation, as the skin after sunbathing becomes softer and more sensitive. Do not use any cream just before the treatment.

Since a body waxing (especially bikini waxing) is a very intimate treatment please take care of a personal hygiene.

Price and appointments:

You will find more details in „Pricelist – Waxing” tab. In the „Contact” tab you’ll find our telephone number and address. You may also make an appointment by filing in the contact form.

After waxing its recommend to:

  • apply sudocream or hydrogen peroxide for a delicate parts of the body such as for example bikini or underarms
  • avoid sunlight one day after waxing
  • do not tan one day after waxing
  • do not use deodorant for underarms waxing 24 hours after the treatment
  • do not use any body care products with chemical ingredients 24 hours after the treatment
  • do not use sauna one day after waxing
  • directly after sunbathing or visiting a solarium
  • irritated or injured skin
  • during the period (you may be more sensitive to pain)
  • skin with the tendency to unsealing the capillaries or veins