Pre-treatment Advice for Waxing

To ensure a successful waxing experience please read the following:


Contra-indications to Waxing Treatments

What is a contra-indication?

A contra-indication is a condition that may prevent or restrict a treatment. Examples of these are:

Skin disorders such as severe eczema, dermatitis/ psoriasis in the area to be waxed


Recent scar tissue (less than 6 months old)



Broken bones in the area



Using products containing Retinol

Within 7 days of a light chemical peel or microdermabrasion


WARNING: waxing is never done on clients taking Accutane, RetinA, Renova, Differin or any other types of skin thinning acne medications.



Post-Treatment Advice

Do not use perfumed products for 24 hours after being waxed

Avoid sunbathing, saunas, steam rooms, sunbeds for 24 hours