Waxing, at home or at the salon?

The waxing process is quite complex.

You need a little experience to wax your home. But, if you are a beginner, take the step to waxing at home.

For starters, you need to know why waxing is effective.

Why you should resort to waxing

Waxing is the most effective process for removing unwanted hair from the body. It is a rather difficult process, and depending on your skin problems, you should first run to the salon.

That’s because at the salon your skin will not suffer so much, there are no chances to aggress it or to pour hot wax on you.

Every woman wants a smooth skin and as the period of the dresses approaches, you need to make sure that you will look good. For you, not necessarily for those around you.

Waxing keeps your skin smooth. After the first use, you will notice that your skin is more pleasant to the touch.

Moreover, after a few waxing procedures, the hair will be softer and will grow a little harder.

There will be no need to epilate often

You will no longer need to epilate every two days, but once every two weeks. These are the advantages of waxing.

However, if you are thinking of doing this from home, keep in mind that you could get hurt.

The first sessions will be painful, they will be long and there are chances to burn yourself, to leave injuries, bruises and to grow hairs under your skin.


Choose waxing at the salon

So it’s best to run to the salon. The pain will be more bearable, knowing that you can’t stop after every two minutes. You will not hurt your skin and you will not be bruised.

Moreover, you will be able to see how the whole procedure goes.

When you want to wax at home, you will know exactly what to do.

Okay, now that you’ve decided to epilate, consider a few tips before you go to the salon.

What to do before waxing

Exfoliate your skin with a gentle exfoliant or wash your skin well with a sponge to remove dead particles.

For waxing to be as effective as possible, the length of the hair must be at least half a centimeter. If the hair is too short, it will not be possible to remove everything.

And if the thread is too long, chances are you will have a more painful experience than usual.

It is important to have freshly washed, but not moist, skin before epilating.

Wax and water do not make a good team, and if the skin is wet the wax will not stick to the skin.

You can confidently use talcum powder if you feel that your skin is wet. At the salon you will surely have this treatment.

What are the risks of waxing?

First of all, there are several types of wax that you can use. It is the traditional and disposable one.

Depending on the area, you can use one of them, if you want to opt for epilation at home.

Waxing, of any kind, is painful. Not unbearable, but at least the first meeting will be unforgettable. Over time, as the hair becomes thinner, the pain is less severe. It becomes bearable.

Immediately after the waxing session, the skin will be traumatized.

By no means will you feel fine. You will have an irritation that lasts about a few hours.

It is very important to moisturize the skin well after epilation.

Depending on the type of skin you have, your folliculitis may appear. That’s why it’s important to go to a salon if you want to epilate.

There, the right type of wax will be used and you will receive the necessary attention from the specialists.

In conclusion, if you know you have sensitive skin, come to the salon for waxing. You will know for sure that you will not encounter any problems and that the results will be just right.

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