Chest and stomach waxing for men are available in our London clinic. We work with high-quality materials and modern equipment. Experienced practitioners quickly and safely remove hairs, reducing discomfort. Nowadays, not only women tend to care for their appearance. Therefore, the phrase "male wax hair removal" does not surprise anyone. Pumped pectoral muscles in men have become the standard of beauty. Almost all men exercise in the gym, wanting to demonstrate their results. And many of them try to remove hair from this part of the body to look more attractive.
Waxing of the chest is of interest to men because of aesthetic preferences, the public profession, or by practising a particular sport, such as swimming. The sequence of chest hair removal varies from man to man, as their hairs are different. Some naturally have a few hairs on their chests that are easy to remove with tweezers, while others have a warm “wool” fur coat. Some typically have a few hairs on their breasts that are easy remove with tweezers, while others have a warm “wool” fur coat.
How do chest and stomach waxing work
During the session, a practitioner applies the hot wax to the skin, waits for it to cool and then removes abruptly along with adhering hairs. This method is fast and efficient at the same time. It allows you to remove unwanted hair quickly and with a small number of repetitions. However, this approach is the most painful. Therefore therapists use anaesthetic substances and skin-repairing creams. If you are going for male chest and stomach waxing
in our London clinic
, you should prepare for it appropriately:
- First, skin injuries, even minor ones, should be avoided.
- Secondly, you should completely shave all the hairs one month before epilation, as they should grow to a length of nine to eleven millimetres by the attendance to your treatment.
- Thirdly, do not apply irritating substances to the skin and do not expose it to excessive sunlight.
Epilation is contraindicated for persons:
- suffering from diabetes;
- having apparent skin injuries in the treated area;
- with a significant quantity of moles;
- having very close proximity of blood vessels (capillaries) to the surface of the skin.