Crack wax for Beginners

Average time of treatment
10 mins

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Jodie P -Stockport
Updated on: 6 May 2014 12:58
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Crack wax(s) will be done by our therapists today
'Give me a spatula, a pot of wax Be it arms or legs or sack or crack If it grows hair in any place I’ll rip it out without a trace'

What is a Crack Wax?

That little inbetween bit. Over and done within 30 seconds your left feeling clean and smooth!

You won't be asked to get into any strange positions. It is dead straight forward, you do the stretching and we do the waxing.

Jodie P -Stockport
06 May 2014

Things to consider BEFORE a Crack Wax

1) We cannot wax anyone who has been on a sunbed within 24 hours or if you are sunburnt.

2) Exfoliate the area before your appointment. It will help to lift out ingrown hairs and get you a smoother result.

3) Don't remove any hair from the area for at least 2 weeks before your first wax for best results. The hair needs to be the right length for the wax to 'grab' onto. If you can pinch the hair it is long enough.

Things to consider AFTER a Crack Wax

1) You must not use a sunbed or sun bathe for 48 hours after a wax.

2) Redness in the area is normal and will subside within a few days.

3) Wait for any redness to fade then exfoliate everyday in the shower to avoid in growing hairs.

4) Hair grows on a 28 day cycle so we recommend getting waxed every 4 weeks. The more you wax the longer it takes to grow back again :)

5) Never shave between waxing! It makes your hair grow back thicker, makes your wax more painful, your hairs more stubborn and un-does the benefit of your wax.

For full details on our Before and After care advice for waxing please click HERE.

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If you've never had a crack wax before - do you need to trim the hair at all?
Ben | Town and City
10/6/2015 5:01:08 PM
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Hi Ben No we don't advise that you trim the area before you come in to ensure that the hairs aren't too short to be removed properly. If they do need trimming, our therapists are equipped to do this for you. Hope this helps x
Kayleigh | Brazilian Waxing Company Staff
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