Melt Your Cares & Hairs Away!
It's time to put away your winter clothes, furry boots, and your furry legs! While we've all enjoyed not necessarily having to keep up every week on waxing, it's definitely time to get back into a routine and Beauty of a Site has just the right products to remove the stress and the hair!
Shaving and depilatory creams are not always the answer for hair removal since they only cut the hair at the surface of the skin. The hair grows back quickly and coarsely. Although waxing removes the hair from the root, it damages the skin and is extremely painful. With waxing, you need pre/post treatment lotions to repair the damage done to the skin. Sugaring is gentler than waxing; however, it lacks effectiveness in removing all types of hair from the root. With sugaring you are still supplied with after treatment lotions. Moom combines the benefits of these two methods without their drawbacks. The premium ingredients, each carefully selected for its unique properties, will act as skin enhancer in different ways.
Worried about waxing? Moom comes with detailed instructions and its natural ingredients ensure that you won't end up with a serious skin irritation or a horrifying rash! Also, here are some fun tips on waxing that might help you ease your cares and your hairs:
- A few days before your menstrual cycle is the WORST time to initiate a hair removal regiment. You're skin is much more sensitive and you'll be sore longer than you'd like!
- Make sure you have a proper wax warming unit. Hard wax in a warmer should become the consistency of peanut butter (mmmm!) and stay peanut-buttery throughout your waxing experience.
- If you have sensitive skin or often experience skin irritation after waxing, take an over-the-counter anti-histamine before waxing. It will help prevent unwanted bumps and rashes.
- And last, but certainly not least.....NEVER, under any circumstances, wax sunburned skin!! You don't want to know (or feel) what happens - eek!
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