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  • Do not shave 3 weeks prior to waxing.


  • Ensure your hair has reached the optimal length for complete root removal. The ideal length is 0.5cm. Striking this balance is essential – excessively long hair heightens discomfort, while overly short hair can impede thorough root extraction by the wax.


  • Avoid the use any topical products such as lotions, creams or deodorant (for underarm waxing) on the day of waxing.


  • It is advisable not to schedule a waxing appointment during your menstrual cycle, as your body tends to be more sensitive during that time. STOP USING ACCUTANE/RETINOL/AHA/BHA


  •  Please note that if you've been using Accutane, it's necessary to wait a minimum of one year before undergoing waxing. Additionally, cease the use of any products that chemically exfoliate or excessively dry the skin for at least a week prior to your waxing session. This group includes but is not restricted to: Accutane, Differin, Retin-A/Retinol, Glycolic Acid/Lactic Acid/AHA's, Salicylic Acid/BHA's, ProActive, Avita, and Benzoyl Peroxide. These substances can potentially thin the skin, leading to potential issues such as tearing, lifting, burning, or scabbing when waxed.


  • Avoid touching the waxed areas, other than with thoroughly washed, clean hands, to avoid cross-infection.


  • Avoid using harsh soaps or acid-based products to prevent irritation.


  • Avoid hot showers for 48 hours. Use lukewarm or slightly cooler water, especially on waxed areas.


  • No swimming in a chlorinated pool for at least 24 hours.


  • No saunas or spa baths for 24 hours.


  • No sunbathing or sunbed for at least 24 hours


  • Avoid working out (sweating) for 48 hours. Your hair follicles are open, and sweat is a breeding ground for bacteria.


  • Refrain from sex for 48hours if you have had an intimate wax.


  • Choose natural fabrics like cotton and loose-fitting clothing to allow your skin to breathe and soothe post-treatment.


  • Don’t apply any topical lotions for at least 12 hours, as fragrances and other substances may cause irritation.


  • For soothing waxed areas, consider using a tea tree oil-based product for its antibacterial properties.



After waxing, your skin's follicles begin to close, and it's important to focus on preventing ingrown hairs – a condition where new, softer hair becomes trapped beneath the skin. Follow these steps to not only prevent ingrown hairs but also make your next waxing session faster and less uncomfortable.


Utilize an exfoliating glove or a soft brush to delicately massage the waxed areas every 2 to 3 days. Gentle exfoliation is key; there's no need for aggressive scrubbing.

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