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    Wholesale Waxing Supplies FAQ

    We are a manufacturer specialized in Hard Wax Beans, Wax Warmer/Wax Heaters, Waxing Kit, Soft wax, Paraffin wax, Brazilian wax, Hot wax pallets, other hair removal waxing products.

    Please send us your purchase order by Email or WhatsApp, or you can ask us to send you a proforma invoice for your order. Then sign the PI, pay deposit, then we will arrange the waxing goods production. After finished hair removal wax production need you pay balance. Finally we will ship the Goods of waxes.

    From 7-15 days, depends different product and waxes formula, for example hard wax, soft wax, wax warmers, bikini wax, face wax, and on your order quantity.

    Yes, We can custom your logo on our products and package for waxing machine, hard wax, soft wax and paraffin wax.

    We have strict quality control system, in order to ensure the quality of our products, all the finished hair remover waxing products should be checked and tested before packing.

    By T/T, 30% deposit in advance, balance 70% before shipment for hair removal waxes and wax heaters.

    Sure, please contact sales or send inquiry for all kind of hair remover wax sample request.

    Yes, of course, we need many agents all over the world; we can give you the most competitive price and will not sell the same products to others in your area if you become our agent of hair removal wax products.

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      Hard Wax Preparation – How Do You Do It?


      If you want to wax the most sensitive areas of your body, you can use hard body waxes without damaging the skin. In addition to being the go-to choice for facials and Brazilian waxes among estheticians, hard wax formulations are also loved by many clients after reducing pain to almost nothing.

      Hard body waxes are gaining traction in many salons and spas, so estheticians know what to instruct their clients when it comes to preparing their skin for a session.

      1. Preparing the skin for hard wax

      Professional waxes are gentler on the skin than homemade waxes. Among them, hard wax enhances all the advantages to ensure a satisfactory procedure in areas of thinner skin. Having said that, any treatment that involves direct skin-to-skin contact always requires some level of preparation. Here are some important instructions that clients should follow before waxing:

      • Keeps skin clear: Not surprisingly, waxing should only be done after the area has been properly cleansed, removing all the invisible but pore-clogging specks of dirt. However, soap residue can be a problem, so avoid washing your skin immediately before heading to your waxing appointment.

      Wait a few hours after showering, and pay attention to collecting sweat before the session begins. Taking a bath can also help you relax and make your skin more pliable to the wax afterward.

      • Exfoliate: Regular exfoliation is essential for healthy skin, whether you need waxing or not. If you have a waxing appointment scheduled, make sure to exfoliate the area with a body scrub at least 12 hours in advance. This will remove impurities from the skin (dead skin cells, makeup, etc.) and make the area more malleable for effortless hair removal.
      • Take pain medication: If you have low pain tolerance, or if this is your first time waxing a sensitive area like the bikini line, taking pain medication is highly recommended. Because they’re designed to provide a gentle treatment, hard body waxes can reduce pain exponentially, but the nerves can still tense the skin, making it more susceptible to constant tugging as the wax is removed.

      You can take aspirin or ibuprofen. Another option is to apply a numbing cream to the area, but again, make sure to do so a few hours before your session to allow time to take effect.

      • Keeping the Skin Relaxed: On the topic of firming skin, there are some conscious techniques to keep the area as relaxed as possible. Before waxing, allow your muscles to relax, and try not to hold your breath. Distracting yourself with a magazine or some music can also help you let go so you can be distracted from paying close attention to your body movements.
      • Watch what you eat: You don’t need a complicated diet to maintain a comfortable waxing regimen, but it’s still important to avoid certain foods and drinks before waxing. You want to lower the acidity in your body, so try to stay away from caffeine and alcoholic beverages.

      Smoking is also not good for the skin in preparation for waxing. When you choose the right wax appointment date, your preparation will pay off more thoroughly. Keep these things in mind:

      • Make sure the hair is long enough to wax: If you book a waxing session when the hair around the area is too short, you risk wasting time and money on uneven wax. You may be left with some tangled hair, and the whole treatment process will be more uncomfortable.

      Trying to wax the extra short hair will also increase the chances of ingrown hair before your next appointment. Many hard waxes are great for grabbing shorter hair without issue, so feel free to discuss your options with your groomer. To be on the safe side, the general rule is to wait until the hair is at least 1/4 inch long before setting a wax date.

      • Check your menstrual cycle: Waxing during your period is far from ideal. The skin is more prone to soreness, and the discomfort can last for days after you stop menstruating due to low estrogen levels. Some people remain especially sensitive for more than a week after their period ends. The best approach is to wait a week after your period ends before scheduling a waxing appointment.

      2. What to expect from your beautician?

      The beautician should provide a thorough wax pre-treatment to complete the client’s efforts to prepare the wax. Part of this treatment involves using soothing formulas to enhance the skin’s natural flexibility and prepare the pores to release the hair. This should produce a clean wax with all the hairs plucked at once without having to repeat the process in the same spot.

      Pre-wax care also includes making sure the skin is free from germs, bacteria, and infections that can cause it. For all certified estheticians, that means using antiseptic-rich products and wearing disposable gloves from start to finish. What’s more, beauticians are responsible for keeping the space sanitized and employing waxing methods that meet the highest hygiene standards.

      We are dedicated to guaranteeing the best salon experience with all types of wax treatments. To this end, we have developed the most effective soft and hard wax formulations and a product catalog that continues to grow every year. You can always come to our experts for all your hair removal needs. Just call toll-free or fill out the contact form on our website for more detailed information on our products and accessories.

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