Waxing

Consultations and Aftercare

Before your treatment begins your therapist will carry out a consultation with you to ensure that this is the correct treatment for you. This will also allow time to make sure that you have no contra-indications from which will prevent you from having the treatment. Your therapist will also advise you on any aftercare at the end, to allow you to achieve maximum benefits from your treatment.

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Male waxing

Waxing is one of the cheapest and most effective ways of removing hair from the body. Whilst the first experience of waxing may be uncomfortable it only needs to be repeated every 4-6 weeks and with each visit the process becomes easier.

Prices:

Body Frame Small Medium Large
Torso Chest £10 £15 £20
Abdomen £10 £15 £20
Chest & Abdomen £18 £25 £30
Lower Back £10 £15 £20
Upper Back and Shoulder £10 £15 £20
Full Back & Shoulders £18 £25 £30
Speedo Line £18

 

Male Waxing Facts

Is waxing suitable for everyone?

Waxing is a very safe treatment however it cannot be done where there are varicose veins, skin diseases, cuts and abrasions, warts or hairy moles If you suffer from over sensitive skin, peripheral artery disease, peripheral neuropathy or diabetes you should consult your G.P or a health professional before being waxed.

What’s involved?

The area being waxed is cleansed with pre wax lotion and then warm wax is applied to a small area using a spatula. A paper strip is pressed down on the wax and drawn away quickly removing the wax and the hairs that are attached in that area. After the treatment a soothing afterwax lotion is applied to calm and cool the skin.

How should I prepare for my treatment?

The optimum hair length for waxing is 1/4 inch (6mm). If the hair is longer it should be trimmed down prior to the treatment. The skin should be clean and a loose cotton t-shirt worn to avoid any aggravation after your treatment.

What about aftercare?

These basic steps will reduce the risk of pimples (Folliculitus) forming.

Avoid the following:

  • Exposing the skin to sunlight or sun beds for 48 hours
  • Having a sauna or any heat treatment for 24 hours
  • Taking a bath or shower for 24 hours
  • Doing any exercise for 24 hours
  • Applying any moisturisers or body lotions, other than those recommended by your therapist for 24 hours
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