About Waxing



Waxing is a procedure for temporarily removing hair from either small or large areas of the body. Hair is physically removed from the follicle in this procedure by applying wax. The procedure typically needs to be repeated once in 3 to 4 weeks (depending on the individual) and is one of the most common ways to remove hair. The other common methods include shaving, hair removal creams, plucking, threading.

Body Waxing

Types of Wax:

Basic Waxes are traditional waxes made from simple ingredients like sugar, which are then chemically processed into a thick jelly that liquefies with heating. But they can irritate the skin, leaving redness (may be scars) and are not suitable for very sensitive skin. Also, the stripping process can be painful. Liposoluble Waxes are advanced depilation products made from a mixture of resin extracts and/or vegetable oils and incorporate four main characteristics. As a result, this wax is more expensive.

  • Moisturizing and nourishment are provided by the natural vegetable oils and beeswax within,
  • Superior yet delicate gripping strength is provided by Glyceryl Rosinate, which is non-allergic,
  • An easy and gentle spread is provided by Titanium Dioxide, which also soothes and reduces redness by venting out the extra heat,
  • Properties that aid healing, smooth finishing are provided by zinc oxide, an anti-inflammatory.

  • Sugar Wax

    Waxing Benefits:

    • Smooth Appearance
    • Delays Hair Growth
    • Reduces Tanning
    • Looks Clean

    Waxing Procedure:

    Before waxing, make sure your skin is ready by examining the area to be waxed. Please do not undergo waxing unless and until approved in advance by your dermatologist if any of the below situations occur. Also, do not wax without consulting your physicianduring pregnancy and breast feeding or if you are undergoing any other treatment of the skin or hair, or have undergone any surgery in the recent past.

    • Sensitivity of the skin, redness on or swelling of skin
    • Sunburnt skin, scar tissue, open skin or healing skin
    • Skin diseases or disorders, infection or inflammation
    • Very thin or papery skin (especially for all diabetics)

    1. After ensuring that your skin is conducive to waxing, first sanitize/cleanse the area to be waxed.

    2. Sanitize and wash your hands before applying wax (which has been warmed for 30 minutes).

    3. Apply powder or pre-wax lotion on to the area to be waxed after examining the area once.

    4. Apply warmed wax in the direction of hair growth after ensuring that it is not too warm.

    5. Apply pre-cut waxing strips on skin and press the strip in the direction of hair growth.

    6. Pull the skin taut, press the strip firmly and remove it quickly in the opposite direction.

    7. Apply pressure on the waxed area and repeat the process until the entire area is waxed.

    8. Apply wax cleanser and then a tonic, lacto calamine or mild cream to sooth the waxed area.

    9. Apply an antiseptic cream if there is any redness and visit your dermatologist if redness persists.

    10. After waxing, do not wear synthetic or tight clothes, do not swim for 24 hours, apply sunscreen.