Candy Coat Beauty Waxing Tips

Directions for practically painless waxing for happy healthy skin

Pre-waxing Preparation Before waxing always cleanse skin with our Peppermint Twist Cleansing Tonic. Apply a light film of our Vanilla Scented Pre-Waxing Oil. Our oil soothes the skin before and during waxing, and stops our hard
wax from sticking to the skin. During the service apply pre-waxing oil as needed.

Wax Application Remove our Candy Coat Beauty Wax out of the pot with a clean disposable spatula…Remember, we never double dip! Wax should not drip off the stick, but be more like a creamy caramel texture.

Apply wax with firm pressure with the growth of the hair. No strips are necessary for our yummy wax! Candy Coat Wax shrink wraps the hair insuring less hair breakage and client comfort. Our waxes all dry at different rates, do not let candy coat set hard before removal. It is best to remove candy coat when it is no longer tacky, however still soft and pliable. You’ll get the hang of it!

Wax Removal Remove Candy Coat Beauty Wax against the direction of hair growth, making sure to support and brace skin in the opposite direction to your pull in a quick flicking motion. Make sure after wax strip is removed place hand on the just waxed area to soothe and calm the skin.

Post Wax Follow up with our Candy Wrapper Skin Soothing Oil which has anti-bacterial properties that penetrate the skin to prevent the formation of ingrown hairs. Pure essential oils reduce redness and irritation after all hair removal services.

Waxing Contraindications Caution: This product should not be used on those suffering with Diabetes, or who have Varicose Veins, Moles, Open Wounds, or Warts. Do not use on irritated or inflamed skin. Do not apply with areas being treated with Retin A, Glycolic Acid, or Alpha Hydroxy Acids. Avoid tanning for 24 hours before and after any hair removal service. If wax is too hot this product can cause burns. Adjust waxing pots accordingly.

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