Vaxing

Waxing is the quickest and most convenient way to get rid of excess hair in any area of ​​the body. There are two types of waxing. Waxing with liquid wax or solid. Liquid wax is treated with large parts of the body, such as legs, arms, and back. Liquid wax is removed with special paper sheets. Solid wax is used for smaller body parts – to remove facial hair – upper lip, eyebrows, as well as bikini area and armpit. This wax is recited by itself, without paper pieces. With hard wax it’s easier to model the desired result, such as eyebrow shape. The hard wax is more gentle.

Before waxing, it is recommended to make the peeling of those areas to increase waxing efficiency (recommended 2-3 days before). When it comes to bikini waxing, it’s best to wear free cotton underwear to avoid unnecessary irritation of the skin.

Before waxing it is not advisable to sunbathe at least one day before sunbathing and to visit the solarium, as the skin has an extra load-a large slash that may cause skin inflammation-can also affect the tan’s tint. Do not use body creams, oils.

Three to five days after waxing it would not be advisable to go to the sauna, solarium, swimming pool, long heat and bathing, as inflammation may occur. After waxing, it is better to choose a shower visit, to nourish the skin properly and not to irritate it. If you visit a tanning bed after waxing, skin patches may develop. After waxing it is necessary to moisturize the skin. There are special tools that extend the waxing result. These products are antimicrobial and inhibit hair restoration as well as prevent hair loss.