Answers to our customers questions

Questions about Waxing

Does warm wax cause ingrown hairs?

Ingrown hairs are a problem for the vast majority of women who have an increased number of male hormones, or in the case of curly hair. These are permanent, but warm wax facilitates hair removal from the root, which determines the next hair to grow thinner.

Will the waxing cause varicose veins or microvessels?

After waxing my facial skin was reddish. Is that normal?

Can the frequent application of warm wax cause sagging, especially in places where the skin is very thin, like under the eyebrows and upper lip?

My skin is fragile and I have skin allergies problems. Should I avoid hot waxing?

Is there any chance that my skin gets darker or gets stains after the waxing session?

What hurts more? Cold or hot wax?

Is the wax that you use disposable?

Can I repeat the waxing after 15 days?

Is it advisable for pregnant women do a complete waxing during the ninth month to facilitate birth?

When does hair grow faster? After cold or hot waxing?

Tweezers? How do you use them after the session?

Is it better to wax during winter? I’m afraid that in summer the skin gets more red and sore.

I have brittle hair. What kind of wax should I use?

Does roll wax need to be regarded as disposable material?

Do you have any other questions? Please contact us!