How do I get in contact with you?
You can email me through the CONTACT page of this website or you can call, or text me, on 07902 716499. You won't get an immediate response before 8am or after 10pm or while I am seeing a client. But I do allow some time between clients to check my email and my phone, so you won't have to wait too long for me to reply.

I am interested in a back, sac and crack waxing; do I have to be naked?
No. You can keep your shirt on but the areas which you would like to be waxed do need to be uncovered.

Are there any after-effects of being waxed?
Sometimes slight reddening may appear to the skin but this is completely normal and will fade in a few hours. Some people experience in-grown hairs, red bumps, and minor bleeding. This is more likely to occur when areas with thick hair are waxed, especially the first few times when follicles are strongest. In-grown hairs can be reduced by exfoliating regularly and applying an astringent or a solution of both astringent & oil (typically baby oil).

How can I avoid in-grown hairs?
Exfoliate your skin thoroughly to remove dead skin cells. You should moisturise your skin every day. If your skin is supple, new hair growth can break through more easily and that will reduce the risk of in-growing hairs and infection.

What should I do after being waxed?
You should use body scrub when you shower to help exfoliate the areas to be waxed. This helps to prevent in-grown hairs. Exfoliation involves the removal of the oldest dead cells on the skin's outermost surface, and has been used for many years to help maintain the skin. There are two ways of exfoliating: Mechanical Exfoliation and Chemical Exfoliation....

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