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Why Wax?

With there being so many different methods to remove unwanted hair, what one is the best? It all boils down to three things, longevitiy, pain tolerance, and price range.

The cheapest and the most common one people normally start out with is tweezing or shaving the area. While shaving is pretty much painless -as long as you dont nick yourself- tweezing can tend to cause little pain in a small area, but the more hair to remove, the quicker it starts to actually hurt. Both of these methods are pretty inexpensive, making it be the option people typically go for first. Tweezing will remove the hair from the root, making it take longer for the hair to show back up again. Shaving, on the other hand, cuts the hair at skin level, allowing it to show up as quick as 24 hours.

Waxing is the next step up from tweezing or shaving. Allowing you to complete larger areas in a quicker fashion while still hurting about as much as tweezing. Waxing will also take the hair out from the root, allowing you to go 4-6 weeks inbetween appointments, depending on your hair growth and personal preferences. Waxing can also cause pin point bleeding, which is when the pore itself fills up with a little blood -not spilling over onto the skin- and killing the hair follicle. That means no hair will grow in that follicle, leading to less and less hair growth over time. Waxing will take far less time than tweezing, meaning not only will it be quicker, but the pain will also go by quicker, making it seem like it hurts less than tweezing. Although waxing is more expensive depending on the area, itll save you time and slow down the speed of your growth, especially when it comes to legs or bikini area.

Waxing is the perfect way to remove unwanted hair, keeping you smooth and reducing growth over time, as long as you can handle the heat!

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