Waxing is a form of semi-permanent hair removal which removes the hair from the root. The hair that grows after waxing is of a finer and softer texture, not as rough and as blunt as after shaving. After repeated sessions of waxing, you will notice a much sparser hair growth, and hair growth may eventually even stop.
Hot Wax - the main component of hot wax is beeswax and makes shorter and more stubborn hairs easier to remove and can be a much more comfortable way of removing intimate hair. The hot wax gets a better grip of the hair than warm wax and does not leave a sticky residue like warm wax. It is more suited to those with sensitive skin with less reddening on the skin.
Warm Wax - Also know as strip wax. The main component of warm wax is synthetic resin. With warm wax the wax is spread over the area after which a paper strip is pressed over it to adhere to both the wax and hairs, and then pulled off removing the hairs in that area from the root. Warm wax is best used on larger areas such as legs and arms.
We are unable to remove hair from skin that is sunburnt,chafed or broken, or skin that has been treated with steroid cream within the last 3 months