Wax Care




Before & Aftercare


  • LET IT GROW! - Avoid stubble trouble by ditching your razor. You’ll get the best results with hair that is at least ¼ inch in length or 10 to 14 days growth.

  • SCRUB IT - gently exfoliate your skin a few days before your appointment. This will speed up the waxing process and help fight ingrown hairs

  • RED ALERT! - Inform your technician as to any medications you might be taking (Retin-A, Renova, Accutane, Differin, antibiotics … )These can all increase the rate of exfoliation of your skin and might lead to removing more than just the undesired hair.

  • PILL POP - Taking a couple of Advil about an hour before your appointment can help with discomfort.

  • H20 - Skip the caffeine and schedule your visit away from your menstrual cycle - both can make you more sensitive. Drink water, water, and more water! The more hydrated you are, the easier the hair is to remove.


  • Relax!

  • Don’t forget to Breathe.

  • Think about unicorns and rainbows.

  • Remind yourself: IT’S WORTH IT!

Post Procedure

  • RED N’ READY - Expect treated skin to be a little sensitive and red anywhere from 30 minutes to 24 hours after your wax.

  • BE CAREFUL! - Avoid exposure to elevated temperatures (saunas, steam rooms, hot water … ) for up to 24 hours after your wax.

  • TIME TO HEAL - Avoid exfoliants, scrubs, and loofahs for the first 2 days after your wax. This includes glycolic, salicylic, & alpha-hydroxy acids.

  • JUST BREATHE - Avoid tight pants or jeans. Opt for loose-fitting clothing such as sweats, dresses, and cotton panties.

  • SPF - Sunblock. Always. Nuff said.