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Prep For Waxing Makes For The Best Results

Prep For Waxing Makes For The Best Results

Prep For Waxing Makes For The Best Results

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Plenty of people are interested in waxing as a solution to hair removal. Most of these people have been shaving for their entire life in order to remove hair from their body or face,  and have probably seen that waxing is a far superior solution to removing more of the hair and therefore extending the amount of time in between procedures. It’s been established that the amount of time being extended in between procedures will be better for your skin due to the fact there is a significant amount of damage that happens over time from almost anything that removes hair from the body, that damage not necessarily happening in one instance but happening a small amount each time that it is done. The main form of damage comes through the removal of small amounts of living skin cells from the skin surface whenever razor blades are dragged across skin in order to cut the hair closely. Waxing does not perform this same type of damage, and also extends the amount of time in between each procedure so significantly that the skin can heal appropriately in between. The single drawback to waxing is the fact that there is pain involved by pulling the hair out at the root, and the amount of pain does have the ability to be reduced through some specific steps that can be taken before each procedure.

 

The best preparation that you can have for waxing is to allow at least 2 weeks to go by in between procedures. This will allow your hair to grow into a length of at least 1/4 inch which is as much as is necessary in order for the wax to bond to the hair enough to remove it completely. One of the main things that must be accomplished is to remove as much hair per single pull of wax as possible, because it should not be re waxed once that area has been waxed. Any straggling hairs that must be removed have to be done single by plucking. This proves to be far more painful than a single pole removing all of the hair in bulk. Another thing that you should do to avoid pain during your waxing procedure is to not have your wax done during your menstrual cycle. Your skin is more sensitive during this timeframe an ultimately needs to be in a different state in order to reduce the amount of pain that is felt. The best time to have waxing done is about a week after your period and after you have taken an ibuprofen a few hours earlier. Making these 2 simple adjustments to your schedule can ultimately help your procedure not only be far less painful but also have better results. Combining this with additional steps like exfoliating and moisturizing your skin beforehand, as well as avoiding waxing during times of skin stress like when you might have a rash or a sunburn will ultimately create the best results attainable.