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What happens if I shave between waxes?

Shaving between waxing will completely reverse the progress you’ve made in diminishing hair growth. It disrupts the hair growing cycle, causing unevenness and shortening the time period of smooth skin. […]

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Does waxing hurt?

According to Allure Magazine our waxing service is Ouch-Less. Everything about our process from our ElastikWax, highly trained and licensed waxers ensures a soothing Uni K Wax experience. […]

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Do I need to exfoliate before waxing?

We don’t’ recommend you exfoliate 2–3 days prior to and after waxing, as our wax gently exfoliates skin. To maintain healthy and soft skin between waxes, you should exfoliate twice a week with our Ananda Exfo Cream. It’s gentle for your skin and free of parabens, preservatives and gluten. […]

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Is waxing permanent? Will the hair grow back?

While hair grows back after waxing, it is softer, finer and sparser. On average, most of our customers repeat waxing every 3–6 weeks depending on personal hair growth. If you wax consistently, it will change the growth cycle and physiology of your hair follicle, causing growth to diminish. It’s simple—the more you wax, the less […]

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What are the benefits of waxing vs. laser hair removal?

With laser there are various limitations and results that vary from person to person. Our natural wax experience was created with everyone in mind, even those with skin sensitivities. Our natural wax is great for all skin types, is soothing and even offers exfoliation resulting in silky smooth results. Contrary to popular belief laser hair […]

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What are the benefits of waxing vs. shaving?

Waxing is far more effective as a long-term hair removal choice as hair grows back much slower, lighter, thinner and sparser. Plus, it helps you avoid the shaving risks of ingrown hairs and razor burn. Also, shaving results in more than one hair growing back in each pore which means your hair grows back thicker […]

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