Best Waxing | Joplin MO
Before Your Waxing Appointment
- Make sure they are long enough (at least a quarter of an inch) for the wax to adhere and grab them easily.
- Take a warm shower (not hot as this can make skin more sensitive) before your waxing. It will help open your pores and make removing your hair easier.
- Exfoliate with a body scrub so the waxing strips don’t have to cut through dead skin cells and oils left from your moisturizers. They’ll be able to nab hair more quickly.
- Taking an ibuprofen or aspirin about 30 minutes before your wax can help lessen the pain by slightly dulling your pain receptors.
- Try to relax as the more tense you are, the more you’ll feel the pain. Take the focus away by sucking on a mint or chewing some gum, mentally planning your day, etc.
- Drinking coffee and other caffeinated beverages and even alcohol can make your skin much more sensitive. Try to avoid these for a few hours before you wax.
- Although you might be tempted to numb the pain away with ice, the cold can tighten your pores, making your hairs harder to remove.
- Don’t wait until your hairs are too long to wax. This can make the process a lot longer and more uncomfortable. Also,
- Make sure you have enough time to get to your appointment so you’re nice and relaxed and have a happy waxing!
Lip/Chin/Cheeks $15 Each
Half Arms $30
Full Arms $45
Under Arms $20
Half Leg $35
Full Leg $60
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