How to apply the wax: The skin must be clean and dry, without irritations or traces of other products: creams, oils, etc. Hair must be at least 2/3 mm long. ALWAYS CHECK THE TEMPERATURE OF THE WAX before each application. Always do a little test on the inside of the wrist to make sure it is not too hot. If it is still very hot, wait until it warms up. The wax is ready when it reaches the consistency of honey. Take the wax with the spatula and spread it over the area to be waxed in the direction of hair growth, forming a thin and uniform layer of about 2mm. wax with thicker ends to be able to get a good grip on the band when removing it. When using this product on sensitive areas such as armpits or groin, do not wax the same area more than twice during the same waxing session to avoid skin irritation.
English: if the hair measures more than 5 mm. cut it out. Wax a small area at a time.
Underarms: Underarm hair grows in two directions, so waxing should be done in two parts.
If the wax cools down during epilation and is not applied properly, carry out subsequent additional heating.
How to remove the wax: Let the wax strip dry for a few seconds until you check that it does not adhere to the touch, tighten the skin with one hand and with the other, grasp the fold of the wax strip and remove it with a quick and energetic pull against the grain and parallel to the skin. To soothe the skin, squeeze with your hand or apply a cold compress to the depilated area immediately after pulling. If it is pulled too slowly or perpendicular to the skin, it may break the hair or cause minor irritation.
How to clean up wax residue: For a perfect finish, apply a 5-in-1 post-wax wipe to remove wax residue, soothe, hydrate, brighten skin and slow hair growth. Never remove the remains of wax with water, soap or alcohol. If necessary, remove them with a cotton pad soaked in oil.
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