Female FAQ's

You can have every area of your body waxed apart from the scalp and eyelashes.

If you suffer from contagious skin conditions, are sunburnt or have broken skin. These areas cannot be waxed. Waxing is not recommended for those suffering from diabetes, epilepsy or haemophilia. If you are treating your skin with steroid creams, Retin-A, Differin or other retinoid acne products within the last 3 months. Clients taking Roaccutane must wait a minimum of 6 months after completing the course of medication before embarking on any waxing treatments. NB: It is the client’s responsibility to discuss any concerns, conditions or medications that may result in a contra indication for waxing.

If it is your first visit to Bare Bodies, we will have a brief chat and you will be required to fill in a consultation form. I will answer any questions you may have and explain what I am about to do. I will then require you to undress in preparation for the waxing. If you are having an intimate wax you will need to be naked from the waist down. I can assure you I will put you at your ease and in minutes you will forget about any embarrassment you might have felt. I will then cleanse the area to be waxed, apply a small amount of oil to create a lipid barrier between the skin and wax. Then having applied the wax I will remove it quickly with as little discomfort as I can possibly manage. I will then apply oil, refreshing gel or soothing balm depending on the area.

Pain is subjective. What is painful to one it is mild discomfort to another. I remove the hair as quickly and painlessly as possible – it may sting for a moment but the sensation will quickly subside and the results are worth it. Over time with regular waxing the discomfort lessens as the hair grows back finer and sparser.

Yes you can. You may feel a little more sensitive than usual, some ladies take a pain killer 40 minutes or so before their appointment.

Yes you can. I will make you as comfortable as possible on my waxing couch. Indeed intimate waxing is very popular in the run up to the due date.

Please refer to the Before / Aftercare pdf.

Please refer to the Before / Aftercare pdf.

This varies from person to person. By waxing the hair will grow back slower, softer and sparser than shaving. However, in order to maintain the smooth feel it is recommended that waxing is done every 4 to 5 weeks. For the best long-term results you will need between 3 and 4 treatments each spaced ideally 4 weeks apart. You may see a noticeable increase in hair re-growth after your 3rd treatment – this is a good sign as it shows the hair is getting into a regular growth pattern and each of your hairs is now growing at the same time and pace. As a result of your hair re-growth patterns becoming aligned over time, the result of each waxing treatment is a smoother finish and a longer lasting smoothness to the skin. If it is your first ever wax or you have been shaving before, you may notice hairs appearing sooner than you anticipated. This is because hairs grow at different speeds and some hair may not have quite broken through the skin at the time of your waxing treatment.

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