Waxing is painful enough on its own, but deciding which type of wax to use for hair removal can be equally so. All waxes are not created equal, but they are all designed to remove hair in some way. It can be difficult to know which type to use for what. Our friendly Beauty Therapists take pride in making your experience as pleasant as possible. All our therapists are experienced in Brazilian waxing as well as eyebrows, legs, face, underarms, bikini, men’s waxing services and more.

Types of Wax

Hot Wax for Sensitive Skin

Our Sensitive Hot Wax is a hard wax is designed for hair removal on sensitive areas such as the face, bikini, brows, and more. This wax is applied in a thin layer and allowed to harden before being removed. Our Bare All Hot Wax adheres to hairs rather than skin, resulting in less redness and breakouts after waxing. 

Wax Strips

Strip waxing is a quick and easy method of waxing that uses disposable strips. Our strip wax is ideal for removing short, stubborn hairs and contains minerals to soothe the skin.

Sugar Wax

Sugar wax was the first type of wax discovered. Sugar wax, also known as sugaring, is made up of sugar, water, and hot water. With the right tools, you can make it at home. The ingredients used to make sugar wax are all natural. Sugar wax is an excellent alternative if you are allergic to chemical waxes.

Fruit Wax

Fruit wax is made from fruit extracts that are high in vitamins. Berries and plums are the most common fruit extracts used to make this type of wax. Fruit wax may cost more to purchase because of the nutritional benefits it provides to your skin. However, it is well worth it. Fruit wax protects your skin from irritation, skin problems, and allergies.

Cold Soft Wax

This type of wax should be applied directly to the target area without the use of heat. It will be painful to remove this wax from your body. However, the advantage of cold soft wax is that it saves time.