many people have the misconception that waxing is just taking the hair out.
however, contrary to popular belief, it's quite clinical. as with clinical procedures, there are risks and precautions.
as such, it may not be suitable for everyone. waxing involves dealing with skin, the largest organ in the human body. because it is our first line of defense, we need to make sure it's well protected.
please always consult with your physician if you are uncertain.
requiring medical permission:
certain moles/skin tags
recent surgical operations
blood thinning medication
any condition being treated by physician
infectious/contagious diseases/skin conditions
hives, open sores
allergies to wax/products
swelling, irritated skin
acne medicine- topically/orally (Retin a, accutane, differin, retinol)
laser treatments/botox/chemcial peels/microderms
for the safety of clients and the best results, it is requiredfor all clients to fill out an intake form and sign a waiver.
a patch test is always available and highly recommended for those who are new to waxing or uncertain.
***also, this is a professional setting, any inappropriate behavior is prohibited.***