Skin Care Waxing Tips For Summer

To help the next waxing appointment run more smoothly, we have some simple waxing ideas. Summer is here and it’s time to start waxing the excess hair free.You may find more info here.


  1. Enable the hair to expand before waxing for 3-4 weeks! (Better 4’s)
  2. Do not use lotion or oil before your consultation, on the waxing day or after your last shower.
  3. Just before your appointment, take a shower if necessary. Hot water opens up pores and makes it possible for your hair to fall out, making it less difficult for you.
  4. In the tub, exfoliate, exfoliate. Relax and rinse with a water-based, comforting skin cream that will not make the skin sticky or greasy.
  5. Use a topical numbing substance – particularly for customers with bikinis and Brazilian waxing. A high-quality skin waxing cream will minimise discomfort by up to 80%!
  6. If you are concerned about discomfort, take a pain medication 30- 45 minutes prior to your visit.
  7. Reduce redness & discomfort from post wax by adding a soothing cream to the skin before waxing.
  8. Keep away from the bounces! We consider using a post-wax procedure after waxing to condition the skin. No one wants to go through all the agony and difficulty of getting bumps and ugly hair. A good quality formula comes with a rolling ball applicator in a bottle, making it super convenient to use! It is highly efficient on the skin and soft.
  9. Before or during your time, do not wax explicitly. During the duration around your cycle, the skin is also more vulnerable, but your appointment may not be much closer than a few days before or after your period.
  10. Get out to spend your summer now!

I have tested every item on the market, including scouring drug store racks, attempting to bring my customers pain-free waxing performance. The expense was prohibitive until I eventually discovered one that really operated, because you wanted a prescription. I realised, though, that I was on something and the hunt was on. Topical remedies that desensitised the skin were not compatible with the wax, and little was done to relieve the discomfort by anyone that allowed the wax to do its job. Yet, I wouldn’t give up – the solution had to be there! After months and months of failure, achievement at last! Finally, a topical anaesthetic that does not compete with the wax of a water-based substance.