Waxing is an effective method of removing large amounts of hair at one time. In this method wax is warmed to allow it to be spread easily over the skin in the direction of hair growth. The hair becomes embedded in the wax, which cools and firms up grasping the hair. The wax is then quickly pulled off in the opposite direction of the hair growth, pulling the hairs out of the follicles. Cold waxes are available usually attached to strips, which are patted onto the skin. Wax that is still left on the skin must be peeled or scratched off. Caution must be used when heating wax so as not to burn the skin.
Reactions to waxing
Some individuals may find following a waxing treatment a slight reaction to the skin. This may be a slight reddening, occasional blood spots often in the under arm or bikini line area or in some cases a slight tingling sensation.
These reactions are completely normal and will pass in a few hours. All of this will be discussed with you at the time of your appointment with your therapist who will then explain the after-care advice to you following your treatment. If you follow your after-care advice for 24 hours after treatment you should not experience any problems.
Each individual reacts very differently to waxing and may find one type more suitable for their skin than others. It is possible that different wax types are required to specific areas of the body depending on the skin's sensitivity.
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Newlook Laser Clinic
I-27 Lajpat Nagar, Near Central Market
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