Temporary hair removal is carried out using either wax (hot or cold), or a process known as sugaring. The hot wax treatment is good for removing strong hair growth such as underarm or bikini line, whereas the cool wax treatment is more suitable for clients with sensitive skin. The application of a pliable sugar paste (sugaring) is a method of hair removal which dates back to Egyptian times and is thought to be more gentle on the skin as the product is used at a very low temperature. Always discuss your needs with the beauty therapist at the start of the consultation, and they will advise you as to which method will be most suitable for you. Generally, a temporary hair removal treatment will need to be repeated every four to eight weeks, depending on how quickly your hair regrows.
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