Waxing

We offer two methods of waxing, stip waxing and hard waxing. Hard wax is spread thickly onto the skin and allowed to dry slightly before it is gently peeled away. This method is  less painful than strip waxing and pulls hair directly from the roots. The benefits include fewer in-grown hairs, less breakage and therefore longer re-growth periods.  Hard wax is highly recommended for sensitive areas. Strip wax is recommended for thicker/less sensitive skin, for example – legs, arms, back and chest. A thin layer of wax is applied to the skin and is then removed using a paper strip.

Strip Waxing

Full Leg & Bikini – £32

Full Leg – £24

3/4 Leg – £20

Half Leg – £16.50

Bikini – £10

High Bikini – £12.50

Under Arm – £10

Full Arm – £20

Fore Arm – £15

Lip – £7.50

Chin – £7.50

Eyebrow – £9.50

Side of face £10

Abdomen – £5-£12

Upper/Lower Back – £14

Full Back – £20

Chest – £16

Hard Waxing

Under Arm – £15

Bikini – £16.50

High Bikini – £18.50

Brazilian – £25 – £30

Hollywood – £30 – £35

FAQ

How long does the hair need to be?

The hair should be no shorter than a grain of rice. If you are having intimate Waxing, the longer the hair, the more uncomfortable it will be, so you can trim the hair before you appointment or we’ll do it for you.

How long will the results last?

Everyone is different. In most cases, you will see minimal regrowth during the first 3 weeks, with a noticeable increase after that. Continued waxing encourages slower, sparser regrowth.

How often should I be waxed?

we recommend that you come in every 4 weeks for your first few appointments. Roughly by your 4th wax, you find that the whole thing is a breeze. The discomfort will be greatly decreased and the re-growth will be greatly slowed. You may find that you will be able to leave longer gaps between your appointments.

Does it hurt?

Everyone’s tolerance for pain is different.  Any discomfort will subside quickly and will lessen with each visit, as the hair thins and less hair is removed from the area. Sometimes caffeine,pregnancy and menstruation can cause increased sensitivity. Taking an Ibuprofen 30 mins prior to your visit has been known to reduce some discomfort.

Aftercare

Aviod the following things for 24 hours after waxing

Hot baths or showers (warm water only).

Tanning including sunbeds fake tan or sunbathing.

Saunas, hot tubs or steam treatments.

Swimming in chlorinated pools.

Deadorants,body sprays,powders,lotions or other products on the area.

Try to use an exfoliating glove after two days, then  a couple of times a week following treatment and do try to keep your skin moisturised.

Please note:

Some slight sorness,small bumps and redness are common. These are normal reactions particularly if this is your first wax. These symptoms should subside over 24 -48 hours.