Please make sure you have enough hair to pinch and pull.
Make sure you notify us before booking if you have any health problems, particularly diabetes.
Please note we do not do any intimate waxing (standard bikini only) if you are on your period. Please ensure you have showered and trimmed before the appointment or your therapist may refuse your treatment.
Please beware that it is normal to have a slight reaction to waxing, so if this is your first time please be aware you may get some redness and a slight rash for a few days.
Please also keep in mind that we do take every precaution for your safety, this does not stop your body from reacting to hair removal. Although this is rare, it can be uncomfortable.
Please note that although we aim to remove all hair, we can only do this if it is at the required length. You may also find that you have re-growth a few days after your wax; this is due to the way hair grows. Hair grows in 3 stages, active, resting and dying. You may therefore experience re-growth as the hair maybe under the skin surface. To help get the best from your wax and help stabilise the growth pattern regular waxing is advised.
Expose the waxed area to sun, sunlight or sunbeds for 48 hours
Use steam room, sauna or any heat treatments for 24 hours
Have a hot bath or shower for 24 hours
Swim in chlorinated water for 24 hours
Any aerobics or any exercise for 24 hours
Apply any heat or friction to the skin whatsoever i.e. massage for 24 hours
Apply any moisturizers or body lotions other than those recommended by your therapist for 24 hours
Don’t apply perfumes, body sprays or deodorants for 24 hours
Make up or false tan for 24 hours
Wear tight clothing, leggings, tights etc for 24 hours
Apply antiseptic cream to treated area 3 times in 24 hours following treatment
Apply sun block daily to prevent sunlight from interfering with the healing process for 2-3 day following treatment.
After 24 hours, moisturise daily and exfoliate regularly to help prevent ingrown hairs