General questions

~ Gently exfoliate the area two days before your service. (Do NOT exfoliate the day of your waxing)
~ Take a shower/bath with warm water to soften your hair and open up the pores.
~ Avoid caffeine/alcohol 2-4 hours before your appointment.
~ Take an Ibuprofen 30 mins before.
~ Wear loose clothing and cotton underwear to your appointment.

~ Pain level varies per person. Some discomfort will minimize after each waxing session by staying on a 4-6 week waxing schedule and exfoliating 2-3x’s per week. Do not shave between sessions.

~ 1/4 inch long or 3 weeks worth of hair growth from your last shave if its your first time waxing.

~ For the first 24-48 hours, avoid any activity that will cause you to sit excessively (working out, sauna, hot baths, intimacy, tanning beds, direct sun exposure, etc.)
~ Do not apply deodorant for the remainder of the day for underarm services or make-up on the face for facial services.
~ Keep the area clean and moisturized.
~ Begin exfoliating the area within 48-72 hours after your wax, 2-3 times a week.

~ Typically sessions are every 4-6 weeks. However, every person has different rates of hair growth. Therefore, during your initial visit we will recommend when to schedule your next visit.

~ Results vary from person to person and there are many factors with the results. Even though it can take up to 3-4 sessions for a completely smooth wax, regrowth can occur within 1-2 weeks the first 3-4 months. The more you wax and maintain a great skin care regimen, the longer your results will last.

~ Even though you may be more sensitive during this time or a couple of days before, you may wax during your menstrual cycle. Please place in a new tampon right before your appointment and wipes are provided.

~ Yes, waxing is safe during pregnancy. If you have any other concerns, please consult with your doctor prior to your appointment.

~ Lifted skin or a burn can occur if you are on any of these medications. DISCONTINUE USE 7 DAYS BEFORE AND AFTER WAXING IF YOU ARE USING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING: Retin-A, Adapalene, Alustra Avage,Avita, Differin, Duac, Epiduo, Isotretinoin, Renova, Tazarac, Tazarotene, Tretinoin, Ziana

~ STOP USING 1 YEAR PRIOR TO WAXING: Accutane and can only be waxed with a doctors note.

If you are unsure about any of these medications or creams, please consult with your dermatologist before your appointment.

Spray Tanning questions

~ This can vary from person to person, but they typically last about 5-7 days from one application.

~ Shower, Exfoliate and Shave 24 Hours before your spray tan.
~ Use a body scrub head to toe to remove any dry, flaky kin before you get a spray tan so that the pigment will adhere smoothly for the most even results (as in, least streaky).
~ Do not apply makeup, deodorant, oils or moisturizers.

~ While many people decide to get a spray tan while wearing nothing (no tan lines!), if you do wear a bathing suit, wear an old one you don’t mind ruining, since the tan can stain the fabric. 

~ The pigment that spray tans leave behind is meant to slowly fade as your top layer of skin regenerates, so it’s not the kind of thing you can just scrub off. That’s why it’s able to last up to a week—and why you should approach with caution to make sure you won’t be stuck looking unnaturally tan for a full seven days.

~ Keeping your newly tanned skin hydrated is the best way to make the color last longer, because it won’t dry out and need to be exfoliated prematurely.
~ Pat yourself dry rather than rub with a towel after getting out of the shower. The idea is to not exfoliate for as long as possible so that you don’t rub off the tan. Avoid using loofahs or coarse washcloths for the same reason.