How Does Waxing Work?
If you’re a first-time or occasional waxer you will likely notice new hair growth within one to three weeks due to the naturally staggered hair growth cycle. This part of regrowth will be sparse, about one-third of the hair normally present. Soon after the remaining hair will begin growing in. Regular waxing will even out the hair growth cycle and leave the area hair free for three to six weeks. Over time the density of hair in the waxed area may start to decrease as well. As hair becomes softer and finer occasionally the hairs are trapped inside the follicle turning into ingrown hairs. Remember to book your wax two days before you go on holiday, to allow the follicles enough time to close and the skin to calm down.
Is it going to hurt?
As waxing involves the hair being pulled from the root, it's obviously going to hurt more than simply shaving it off. But is the pain from waxing unbearable? If you plan your wax at a good time, coupled with the expertise of our professionals, then there's no reason why the sting should put you off waxing.
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