Eyebrow Shaping (more than six weeks between waxing)
Face (Cheeks & Chin)
Back (Women only)
Tips for waxing: Hair must be no shorter than 1/4" long for waxing (approximately 2-4 weeks of growth).
Certain medications and procedures are contraindicated to waxing (i.e., Retin-A, Acutane, injectables, fillers, chemotherapy, recent laser, etc.), so please contact me prior to scheduling an appointment if you're taking any of these medications or have had recent laser treatment. Diabetes and autoimmune disorders may be contraindicated to waxing. If you tan on a regular basis, waxing cannot be performed within 3 days of tanning, as your skin is sensitized and may easily tear. If you are experiencing your menses, you may be extra sensitive. It may be helpful to take the recommended dose of Advil or similar pain reliever (with doctor's permission)30-60 minutes prior to your appointment to reduce and discomfort. If you typically have a histamine reaction to waxing (extreme redness and/or puffiness) it may be helpful to take an antihistamine 30-60 minutes prior to waxing. Gentle exfoliation (legs and bikini area) before waxing, will prepare your skin for the service and after waxing to help prevent ingrown hairs. I NEVER ever double dip!