It’s no surprise if you’re tired of your tedious home hair removal routine. Shaving can be uncomfortable, can result in razor burn and ingrown hairs, and doesn’t give long-lasting results. Plucking is effective, but it’s tedious and painful. Waxing lets you enjoy weeks of hairlessness from just one treatment. It can be good for your skin and can lead to finer hairs in the treated area. Forget the razor and ditch the tweezers: use waxing to ensure your skin is silky smooth and hairless.
If you are ready to experience the benefits of waxing in Spokane, please call 509-532-1111 or email Collins Dentistry
and Aesthetics for an appointment with our esthetician
.Waxing: the Best Way to Smooth
Waxing is a very popular method of hair removal because it:
•Removes all hair in the treated area
•Gives smooth results with no stubble or ingrown hairs
•Causes no razor burn
•Results in long-lasting hairlessness
•Is a short treatment
•Allows precise definition of groomed areas
•Can be used on all parts of the body
These benefits mean that waxing is very effective at creating a handsome, smooth appearance that is good for your skin. It’s a great value in hair removal, and can be a positive experience.
Waxing is generally preferred over shaving because it gives longer-lasting results and doesn’t cause stubble, ingrown hairs, or razor burns.
Waxing is chosen over laser hair removal because it results in more complete hair removal and works on all skin and hair types.
Waxing is chosen over electrolysis because electrolysis is very time-consuming, expensive, and painful.
Types of Waxing We Offer
We offer waxing for all parts of the body, including:
Basically, if you have hair, we can wax there.Does Waxing Hurt?
Yes, but pain is highly subjective, and the degree of it depends on your individual tolerance. Most people find the discomfort from waxing to be tolerable and transient. Many people take over-the-counter pain relievers before their waxing appointment.How Long Do Results Last?
Waxing typically gives you about four weeks before hair begins to grow back. Some people don’t see hair growing back until six weeks after treatment. You may notice a few sparse hairs begin to grow in sooner because hair grows in different phases. Hair that was dormant when the waxing was done would not be affected by it.Who Is Not a Candidate?
Some skin conditions and medications may mean that you are not a good candidate for waxing. Conditions like rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, and other skin disorders make your skin susceptible to injury with waxing. Recent skin damage, either accidental like a sunburn or intentional, such as a chemical peel or microdermabrasion, means that area should not be waxed.
Many medications also make your skin vulnerable. Talk to your doctor about whether your prescriptions will impact your ability to get waxing.
If you are looking for hair removal in Spokane, please call 509-532-1111 or email Collins Dentistry & Aesthetics for an appointment