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What changes do hair waxing cause?

Waxing or sugaring removes the hair and the roots. With waxing, this is achieved with a warm wax cartridge, which is used with the help of a wax roller. Against the direction of hair growth, the hairs are then removed from larger areas of skin, such as the legs, back or stomach, using strips of fleece. On more sensitive areas, such as the genital area, the warm wax is applied and removed with a wooden spatula. With the skin-friendly and allergy-friendly depilatory method sugaring, we use our own recipe for the depilatory paste. This consists of green tea, sugar and lemon juice. The sugar paste is applied to the appropriate skin areas in a liquid and warm manner. Then it is peeled off in the direction of growth. The risk of individual hairs breaking off is thus reduced. With sugaring, the skin also stays smooth longer than after waxing. To minimize the risk of ingrown hairs, you should start exfoliating a week after treatment. The SINE-SINE shower scrubs or a loofah sponge, which can also be purchased in our studios, are suitable for this.

With both sugaring and waxing, the hair is removed at its root with one jerk. With regular use, the hair density is reduced. About three weeks after the treatment, the hair grows back much softer. In contrast to shaving, after which the hair grows back hard and stubborn, the hairs become softer and softer through waxing. A complete stop of hair growth can only be achieved with light epilation IPL. Here the hair roots are deserted and the hair no longer grows back. However, this requires 6-8 sessions of this treatment. Make an appointment and let our staff advise you on permanent hair removal!

In the long term, sugaring and waxing do not result in any changes to the hair, except that the hair density decreases and the hair grows back softer.