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Waxing is a non-permanent hair removal method that removes hair from the root using a soft or hard wax. A thin layer of wax is spread over the skin, then a cloth strip is pressed on top and ripped off swiftly against the direction of hair growth. Using hard wax, a semi-hardened strip of wax is ripped off at the same swift speed against the direction of hair growth.



half arm


Full Arm



From $28

Full Leg



From $68+

WAXING: Services


  1. How often can I get a wax?

Most people will get a wax about 4 to 6 weeks after their last treatment. 6mm is the ideal hair length for a wax.

2. Can I get a Brazilian waxing while pregnant?

It is best to consult your gynaecologist before your treatment, but it is generally safe to have a Brazilian wax after your first trimester.

3. Which body areas can be waxed?

Almost any area of the body: leg, bikini line, back, underarms, arms and face.

4. What health conditions should I disclose when making an appointment?

Yes, please inform our Customer Relations Officers if you have any of the following conditions:
– Have consumed or applied Accutane, Roaccutane, Retin A, Vitamin B or AHA within the past 6 months;
– Are having your period;
– Have sunburned, windburned, dry, chapped, irritated or broken skin or any open wounds on the treatment area;
– Have sores, warts, ulcers, moles, birthmarks or tattoos on the treatment area;
– Have had Radiation treatment (such as UV Sun tanning), electrolysis or excess sunbathing within the past 6 months;
– Have had excess sunbathing within the past week;
– Have had a surgical procedure in the past 6 months;
– Are pregnant or breastfeeding;
– Have given birth by natural delivery in the past 3 months, or a Caesarian delivery in the last 6 months.

5. What is the post-treatment care?

– No hot baths;
– No swimming or sunbathing;
– No heat or UV treatments like sun beds or saunas;
– No tight clothing;
– No application of perfumed products, including deodorant, anti-perspirant, self-tanner or make-up on the treated area;
– No scrubbing or rubbing of the treated area (unless you want a bacterial infection);
– No intensive exercise.

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