Waxing Hair removal is one of the most affordable, inexpensive and effective ways to remove excess hair. However, we would confront eliminating hairs with wax at home because of insufficient quality, and the epilation can be very painful.
If waxing is too painful for you, then do not strive to process the entire area at once. Split the procedure for several days, gradually epilating section by section. It will help your skin become accustomed to the sensations and be easier to tolerate.
Epilation can be painful due to improper technique. For example, if you are too fast or slowly tear off the wax, the contrary. In the first case, it always hurts because the slower you tear off the wax, the more the skin stretches and the more painful it becomes. But you can not tear it off too sharply, as this can cause a hematoma under the skin.
Ideally, the movement should be smooth but fast enough. It is better to entrust the first procedure to the specialist to understand the speed you need to tear off the strip; if you do waxing hair removal at home, practice in a small body area.
Different types of wax are available for waxing; in many respects, the result would depend on its quality. So, it can be a classic wax of varying degrees of hardness and gel or granular.
Gel wax has a different texture: it lies on the body’s skin with a thin transparent film, does not stick to the surface so much, and simultaneously captures hair well. Besides, gel wax is more economical. Usually, that type of wax is in cartridges.
Granulated wax is a type of hot wax that has a granule formula. This hair removal also applies wax to the skin as a film. It helps to cope with long as well as short hair. We can use it both on growth and against the growth of hair.
Fruit waxes are available for “deep” epilation of the bikini zone. These kinds of resins contain fructose. It captures and removes hair as well as has a peeling effect.
Besides, it is better to use wax with a roller applicator than wax strips to remove excess hair on the face. It is more convenient for local use, as we apply it with a thin layer only in those areas where it is needed.