We offer underarm waxing hair removal using hot beeswax to our clients. This procedure is for armpit hair removal using Brazilian Hot Beeswax. Our practitioners are highly qualified and experienced in performing the removal efficiently, safely and as painlessly as possible.
Removing hair in the armpits is necessary for aesthetic reasons. The more hair, the more intense the irritation of the sweat glands and more bacteria accumulate.
Therefore, many women prefer to wax their hair in this area. Underarm waxing depilation provides perfect smoothness for one to two weeks. Over time, the hairs subside, and the skin remains smooth for three weeks or even a month.
is cheaper than laser hair removal; It does not seriously injure the skin and does not irritate. Wax removes horny skin particles along with the hairs. Thus, the depilation combines with peeling. The growing hairs are thinner and do not form a prickly bristle. It provides a lasting effect.
It is best to use a master's services, but you can perform the procedure yourself; however, this is quite inconvenient and painful. Our specialists
provide clients with sterility, properly prepare the skin for the process and try to minimise discomfort.
How to prepare for Underarm waxing?
You should clean your skin at home before carrying depilation of armpit waxing. So, take a shower a few hours before the procedure. It is advisable to use a scrub or a hard washcloth for peeling. You should not use antiperspirants as reacting with wax components; they can cause allergies.
The procedure itself consists of several stages:
- Before applying the wax, we may treat the depilated area with an antiseptic and sprinkled with talcum powder to keep the surface dry.
- After applying the wax impose a bandage - a strip of paper or cloth, which are not necessary to use, but the bandage will help to more carefully remove the wax. One sharp motion should remove it; otherwise, the hairs will remain in place. The therapist can slightly hold the skin around.
- Wax residue cannot be washed off, so it is removed using oil. After that, the skin is again treated with a non-alcoholic antiseptic.