With the summer holidays almost upon us, have you considered having an intimate wax to get hassle free bikini ready? We have different types to suit all requirements so if it is your first time fear not! We have put together a list of FAQ’s to help you understand the process, and don’t forget, we are always at the end of the phone or an email away to answer any questions you might have.
What are the different types of waxes?
This is the classic intimate wax which takes the hair just up to the panty line leaving a neat triangle. This is the perfect choice if you are new to intimate waxing.
EXTENDED BIKINI LINE
This is where the hair line is extended a little further inside the panty line leaving a smaller triangle shape. This can also be extended along the top to create a smaller triangle if you wish.
This is where a small strip is left at the front and the underneath and behind is completely removed. Ideal for anyone who likes to wear a thong bikini.
This is where the hair is completely removed all over including underneath and behind
Does intimate waxing hurt?
Pain thresholds vary from person to person but you can be assured that you are in qualified hands with our therapists who have had extensive training and experience in intimate waxing. Their job is to make the intimate waxing experience as quick and as painless as possible. Also, the more you have it done, the thinner the hair will become which will make it easier as time goes on.
Do I need to do anything before my intimate wax?
The ideal hair length for intimate waxing is between 5-10mm in order for the wax to adhere so please do not shave the area before hand.
How long does an intimate wax take?
A standard bikini wax should take no more than 20 minutes and we allow 40 minutes for a Hollywood.
When long should I leave before my next intimate wax
You will need to leave around 4 weeks between intimate waxes to allow for hair growth – it is always best to book your next appointment while you are here to ensure that there is a slot available.
Will it be itchy or red afterwards?
Again this varies from person to person but your therapist will advise you of the necessary aftercare including any products to use to alleviate any redness or itching which may occur when the hair starts to grow back – this can be normal after your first few intimate waxes.
So whether it’s your first time, you are seasoned waxer, or you are thinking of taking a little more off than usual, don’t suffer with a home wax, contact us to book your session with one of our friendly and experienced therapists today on 01733 702079 or 07914 428858. You can also book online here.