Waxing is a popular method of hair removal that can leave your skin smooth and hair-free for weeks. Waxing works by applying a thin layer of warm wax to the desired area, then pressing a cloth strip over it and quickly pulling it off in the opposite direction of hair growth. Waxing can be done on almost any part of the body, such as the legs, arms, bikini line, eyebrows, upper lip, and more. Waxing has many benefits, such as:

– It lasts longer than shaving or depilatory creams, as it removes the hair from the root.
– It reduces the risk of ingrown hairs, razor bumps, and skin irritation.
– It makes the hair grow back finer and softer over time.
– It exfoliates the skin and removes dead skin cells.


This depends on how fast your hair grows, but on average, hair will be ready to be waxed again in 4-6 weeks. However, this could be anything between 2 and 12 weeks depending on your hair cycles

Each time you wax, you cause a small amount of damage to the hair follicle, so over time, the hair follicles weaken. This means that if you wax regularly for a period of time, you will find your hair growth can reduce, and it might become finer and patchier. This is true for terminal hair (mostly hair on the body and eyebrows)

The simple, yet most effective way of calming down red skin is by moisturizing. Waxing removes the top layer of the epidermis, revealing new, softer ones, but simultaneously, it strips away the skin’s natural oil and moisture