Waxing is a temporary method used to remove unwanted body hair in both small and large doses - including the eyebrows, mustache, chin, chest, legs and bikini line.
Unsightly hairs can be removed in a few seconds thanks to waxing. Since waxing removes hair at the root, new hair won't grow back in the waxed area for 3 to 8 weeks. Waxing is done by spreading a thin layer of wax over the skin and unwanted hairs. A cotton cloth strip is pressed on the top of the wax and then ripped off with a rapid movement - much like a bandage. This ripping effect not only removes the wax and unwanted hair, but it also removes dead skin cells so that the skin is smooth.