Hairs grow back finer
Waxing pulls the hair out of the root, which weakens the hair follicle over time. Weaker hair follicles produce finer hairs. Over a period of time, if you have continuous waxing treatments, your hair will grow finer and sparser. It is best to book in for your waxing every 4-6 weeks for best results.
The hairs are pulled directly from the root, leaving your skin smoother for a longer period whilst the hair follicle renews. When you shave, you are only cutting the hairs on the surface, hence they grow back very quickly. Shaving can cause a shaving rash and irritation. Continuous shaving can cause your hairs to grow back quicker and thicker.
Waxing removes the top layer of your skin, this removes the dead skin cells from the surface. Leaving your skin feeling healthier, smoother and brighter. It is a good idea to exfoliate the area being waxed several days prior to your appointment to prepare the skin for your treatment. We also recommend exfoliating the area a few days after your treatment to encourage the new hair s to grow in the correct direction. This will help to stop any ingrowing hairs once the new hairs grow through.
Less itching and prickliness
After shaving, you can suffer from itching and a prickly sensation. When you wax, hairs will take longer to reach the surface of the skin again. This means you will feel smooth for longer without that prickly feeling in just a couple of days.