Waxing is a classical hair removal method to remove the hair from its root. Its nature is temporary. Although the hair is removed completely from root, but the new hair will grow back within two to eight weeks again. In some individuals the re-growth of hair is earlier i.e. about in a week. Almost all areas of the body can be waxed i.e. eyebrows, face, legs, arms, back, abdomen, bikini area and feet.


. Two main methods of waxing are:

  • Strip Waxing: First a thin wax combination is spread over the skin. Then a disposable strip is pressed on the top and ripped off with a quick movement against the direction of hair growth. This rapid action removes the wax along with the hair and dead skin cells leaving back a smooth silky skin
  • Hot Wax: Hot soft wax is directly applied to the skin. The wax hardens when it cools. It allows the easy removal of hair by a therapist without using the strips. This waxing method suits best to the people with sensitive skin.

Waxing has many benefits when compared to other forms of hair removal. Waxing removes a large amount of hair at a single time. It is effective and longer-lasting than other methods of hair removal. After waxing the hair will take around two to eight weeks to grow back. In some individuals however the re-growth can be in a week. In other hair removal methods such as shaving or using depilatory cream the hair is removed at the surface and not at the root as in waxing. So the hair grow back within a few days and in rough stubble. Whereas after waxing the skin feels silky and smooth for weeks to come. Another benefit of the waxing is that repeated waxing over a long period of time makes the hair finer in appearance.


As the skin is very sensitive after the waxing, there should be a gap of 24-48 hours before sun bathing or using the tanning beds.


After starting waxing once the shaving should be discontinued permanently. If you shave further you won't experience the full benefits of waxing. Once you have chosen waxing as your hair removal method stick to it.



Sugaring is sometimes regarded as a natural hair removal method. Sugar can be used to remove hair in a couple of different ways, and both formulas for sugar wax are concocted with water, lemon and sugar. For one method, the solution is fairly thin, the same consistency as strip wax, and it’s applied and removed in the same way.

Thicker sugar paste is used for the alternate method. The paste is applied with gloved fingers, pressed into the skin to grab hairs and then pulled away quickly. It’s similar to the hard wax method, but remains pliable enough to be repositioned and used again (on the same person, of course).

Sugaring has a few benefits when compared to waxing, including:

  • Sugar is used at a lower temperature, so less risk of burning or irritating the skin
  • It will grab hairs that are somewhat shorter than (typical) waxes
  • Sugar is easier to clean off the skin (clothes, etc.) than waxes
  • Sugar does not stick as readily to the skin as (some) waxes do, creating less trauma



Threading is growing in popularity .It is a centuries-old technique that uses a strand of knotted cotton thread to grab hairs and pull them out — think of it as a very fast, mass production version of tweezing that’s most often used for eyebrows and other facial areas. Threading does not cause trauma to the skin, so it is a safe method for people who cannot (or do not want to) wax. 

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