Traditional Brazilian Wax

A traditional Brazilan wax includes the labia and the area that reaches into the buttocks. If there are stray hairs after waxing, the technician may also tweeze the area. The key to allowing wax to penetrate into the follicles is to relax.

Here’s more information on the Traditional Brazilian Waxing Procedure

Waxing is the longest-lasting temporary hair removal technique available. When wax is warm, it enters the follicle, allowing the hair to be pulled out from the root. Hair grows back in 3 to 6 weeks. The disadvantage to waxing is that it can be painful for those with sensitive skin. And hair must grow back by half inch before waxing again (up to six weeks).

Brazilian Waxing is gently cleansed followed by the application of warm organic hard wax – which is the hair removal process. A soothing tea tree after wax lotion/oil is then applied to calm the waxed skin and take off wax.