The Wax Cycle

Hands up now, who only gets waxed for their summer holidays?

Have you ever wondered why your therapist pulls a face when you only get waxed once a year? Then she tries to convince you to come regularly? Personally, I love it when my clients have regular waxing treatments because not only do they get an immediate lovely smooth result, they are hair free for longer. Then over time, as the follicle becomes weaker the hair become finer and the growth rate starts to slow down.

A win win result for both of us!

I am sure we have all done it, had a pre-holiday wax, only to find it is prickly after a week? That’s because some of the hairs left behind were still in the early growth stages and not long enough to be removed from waxing. The reason for this is you have thousands…Yes THOUSANDS of individual hairs on any area of the body. If you are not already a regular waxer, these hairs will all be at different stages of the hair growth cycle.

So, at your first appointment, you will be waxed and all the visible hairs will be taken out at the root. But, there will be so many hairs that are just too short to be waxed or that are just below the skins surface ready to appear in the next few days.

It will take approximately 4 waxing sessions at 4 weeks apart to get the hair on the same growth cycle and get nice smooth results.

Ideally, this is what you want for your holiday and the summer months. Hair free skin that will remain hair free for longer than your holiday. No horrible shaving stubble or even worse, shaver rash on holiday!!!

So, if you want to be holiday and summer ready, get your diary out and start planning your ahead now.



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