Waxing is a form of semi-permanent hair removal which removes the hair from the root. New hair will not grow back in the previously waxed areas for about 4-6 weeks, although some people will start to see regrowth in only a week due to some of their hair being on a different hair growth cycle. Almost any areas of the body can be waxed, including eyebrows, face, pubic areas (called bikini waxing), legs, arms, back , abdomen, knuckles and feet. There are many types of waxing suitable for removing unwanted hair. We are using different types of wax to suit your skin and remove your hairs from the roots for a longer result.
The following factors are known to make those who are waxed more prone to "skin lifting," where the top layer of skin is torn away during waxing treatment:
• Taking blood-thinning medications;
• Taking drugs for autoimmune diseases, including lupus;
• Taking prednisone or steroids;
• Psoriasis, eczema, or other chronic skin diseases;
• Recent sunburn;
• Recent cosmetic or reconstructive surgery;
• Recent laser skin treatment;
• Severe varicose leg veins;
• Rosacea or very sensitive skin;
• History of fever blisters or cold sores (waxing can cause a flare-up);
• Using Trevino , Tazaronene , or any other peeling agent;
• Recent surgical peel, microdermabrasion or chemical peel using glycolic, alpha hydroxy, salicylic acid, or other acid-based products.