Voted Best Waxing since 2014
FOR BRAZILIANS, FACES & UNDER ARMS IN PALM BEACH GARDENS
You and your skin will appreciate our specialized waxing techniques, range of waxes, and pampering. We carefully analyze each client’s skin texture, hair, and sensitivity, to determine which wax and technique is best, and we only use premium hard and strip waxes that are comprised of antioxidants, organic essential oils, myca, and titanium dioxide (to soothe the skin). You’ll feel the difference.
Brazilian / Bikini
LEGS / TOES
ARMS / HANDS
"Quality not quantity is what I offer and you get me every time. I traveled the globe to perfect my techniques and master the "art of waxing". And I'll never do a Brazilian and an Eyebrow in 15 minutes like the franchises. You do get what you pay for and my clients know and appreciate the difference. I promise once you experience my techniques and waxes, you'll be hooked."
Frequently asked questions
Q: What is the difference between hard wax and strip wax?
A: Hard wax is spread onto the skin and allowed to dry slightly before it is gently peeled away. This method is far less painful than most and pulls hair directly from the roots. The benefits include fewer in-grown hairs, less breakage, and therefore longer re-growth periods. This wax also promotes skin hydration and is highly recommended for sensitive areas.
Q: Why is hard waxing a less-painful experience?
A: When we use our hard wax on sensitive areas, we first apply an essential oil to the skin which acts as a barrier between the wax and the skin. Therefore, the wax is able to shrink wrap around the hair and will not stick to the skin. Less tugging results in less pain! Plus our techniques and speed help minimize discomfort.
Q: Why am I told not to shave if I’m going to wax?
A: Shaving makes waxing more difficult because you cut the hair off rather than remove it from the root. Hair that is shaved grows back coarser and thicker, making it more difficult to remove and hurting more when removed, whereas waxing removes hair at the roots and hair grows back finer and eventually sparser. We can remove hair that has been shaved, no problem.
Q: What is so unique about your wax?
A: The wax we use is designed to promote skin hydration and care for the skin with various essential-oil based ingredients. Our wax also eliminates the “freshly plucked chicken” effect that many other waxes cause. Therefore, having to do a Brazilian a good 24 hours before the hot date is now a thing of the past! Many of our clients also come in for upper lip and eyebrow waxing on the same day of their event and find they leave with little or no redness to the skin.
Q: How long should my hair be for waxing?
A: Our hard wax can grab hair as short as 1/16 of an inch in length. Our strip wax can remove hair as short as 1/8. Everyone has a different growth cycle but we are generally able to wax areas that have been shaved one week earlier. However with larger parts of the body like arms/legs, we suggest leaving it three weeks before waxing.
Q: What bikini waxes do you offer?
A: BIKINI LINE: removes the hair up to 2 inches outside your panty line.
BRAZILIAN: removes all the hair and includes the bum strip.
Q: Can I still have a bikini wax when I am on my period?
A: No, I don't wax the bikini or Brazilian while a client is on their period
Q: I'm pregnant but I want a bikini wax. What do you recommend?
A: Waxing during pregnancy is very popular especially now that people know that our wax is less painful. We ensure that all parts of the body are waxed comfortably and safely. The Brazilian wax is a very popular treatment one week before the due date.
Q: Does it hurt?
A: Every person has different pain thresholds and experiences waxing differently. However, with regular waxing, most find it becomes easier as the hairs become thinner, lighter and sparser after a few treatments. Our specialized hard wax and expertly trained/experienced aestheticians make waxing as pain-free as possible.
Q: How long will the waxed area be hair free?
A: You may notice a small amount of regrowth after a week or so. It can take up to 4 treatments for your hair to get on a growth cycle that gives best results. To maintain your smooth appearance, we recommend regular waxing every 4 weeks, 3 weeks if you want even less pain.
Q: Is it done with discretion?
A: We make you as comfortable as possible and appreciate the fact you are trusting us with such a personal service.
Q: What after-care do I need to follow?
A: Keep the waxed area clean, and avoid heat and friction during the next 24 hours. This means:
No hot baths or showers (warm water only).
No saunas, hot tubs or steam treatments.
No tanning (sunbathing, sunbeds or fake tans).
No sport, gym work or other exercise.
Avoid scratching or touching the treated area with unwashed hands.
Avoid swimming in chlorinated pools.
Do not apply deodorants, body sprays, powders, lotions or other products to the area, other than those recommended by your therapist for 24 hours.
Please note: some slight soreness, small bumps and redness are common and perfectly normal temporary reactions, particularly if this is your first wax. These symptoms should subside over 24-48 hours. If you experience persistent redness or irritation, or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Q: What is your booking policy for waxing?
A: We require a credit card number to reserve all appointments. In the event that you need to reschedule/cancel your appointment, we requireat at least 12 hours notice so that we may possibly accommodate the needs of other clients. In the case you do not to show up for your appointment or are late (10 minutes is too late for a 1/2 hour appointment UNLESS I OKAY IT), you will be charged a fee of 100% of your total services Tues. through Thurs. and 100% Fri. and Sat. We understand that emergency situations do arise and we will accommodate you in any way we can.
Q: Can I bring a child with me?
A: When coming for your appointment we ask that any children coming must be supervised at all times and be restrained in either a stroller, or be able to sit unassisted in the reception area. Due to health and safety protocol, they are not permitted in the treatment rooms.