Welcome to our Waxing FAQ page. Your questions on waxing are answered below:
We recommend you have at least 4-6 weeks of hair growth to get the best results.
Everyone is different. In most cases, you will see minimal regrowth during the first 2 weeks, with a noticeable increase after that.
We recommend having waxing every 4-6 weeks to maintain the clean feeling.
Yes, it does a little. We won't lie about it. Speed, Experience, and using high-quality hot wax can make the treatment less uncomfortable. You are in safe hands with Setsuko as she is an experienced wax therapist trained by Kim Lawless – an expert in intimate waxing.
You can trim the hair with scissors to about 1cm before your appointment. Some people take a painkiller, but it is entirely up to you as treatment is quick.
Yes. As long as you wear Tampax, it is no problem.
No. Roaccutane medication is a contra-indication for waxing treatments. You need to wait 6 months after your course of Roaccutane is finished before waxing.
The following factors can cause adverse reactions. If you have any of these, please let us know:
- Psoriasis, eczema, or other chronic skin diseases
- Recent sunburn
- Cosmetic or reconstructive surgery conducted recently
- Recent laser skin treatment
- Very sensitive skin
- Roaccutane (No waxing during and after 6 months of taking the medication)”