Pomegranates are especially high in antioxidant levels and are known to prevent skin aging. This beautiful , aromatic wax is the perfect addition to include in any facial and body waxing treatment.
1. Remove cap from wax applicator and replace with roller, turning roller heads until they stop. Do not overturn the roller. 2. Insert wax applicator into a warming unit and warm according to the wax warmer instructions. 3. Cleanse area to be waxed with clean+easy Cleanse and then pat thoroughly dry with tissue. 4. Hold applicator by the sides at a 45 degree angle and roll on one thin coat of wax in the direction of hair growth. Roll in one smooth motion and do not roll back and forth. 5. Place waxing strip over wax and rub strip firmly for 3-4 seconds in the direction of hair growth. 6. Hold skin taut and pull waxing strip off, parallel to the skin, in one quick motion in the opposite direction of hair growth. 7. Immediately apply firm pressure to the waxed area with the cushion of your fingers to calm the skin. NEVER reapply wax to the same area twice.
Rosin (Colophonium, Colophane), Triethylene Glycol Rosinate, Cetyl Alcohol, Beeswax (Cera Alba, Cire d'Abeille), Mineral Oil (Paraffinum Liquidum, Huile Minérale), Punica Granarum Extract, Fragrance (Parfum), Benzyl Benzoate, Citronellol, Geraniol, Hexyl Cinnamal, Butylparaben, Red 17 (CI26100), Red 7 (CI 15850)
General Safety Precautions
Things To Do:
- Turn warmer on every morning.
- Make sure that the front of the roller head is facing the back of the metal heater plate. This keeps roller heads from clogging.
- Change each roller head after each client.
- Always hold applicator at a 45 degree angle and wait for bubbles to start rising. If you hold it straight up, the wax will drip out. If you do not wait for the bubbles to start rising the wax will not come out evenly.
Things Not To Do:
- Do NOT squeeze the applicators.
- Do NOT use pressure when rolling wax on an area. This will cause the roller heads to move unevenly on skin and apply too much wax.
- It is recommended that you have a complete interview with your client. Check to see how her skin will react to hair removal.
- Waxing is not recommended for anyone taking some prescription drugs. A possible side effect of these drugs is extreme skin sensitivity, irritation, skin lifting, or susceptibility to bruising. Waxing should NOT be done when the following prescription drugs are used:
- Any blood thinners.
- Do not wax when a client is using ANY AHA_s (ex. Glycolic, Malic, Azalic,Tartaric) or any type of skin peels.
- Do not wax over nipples, eyelashes, inside the nose or sunburned or irritated skin. If a client has cuts, recent scar tissue, or other skin disorders.
- If the client is pregnant, she may have sensitive skin, due to retention of water, and therefore, waxing may not be recommended. Have her consult her doctor.
- During the 24-hour period following a waxing service, the client should avoid hot baths, tanning beds, saunas or other heat treatments.
Next 24 Hours after Waxing
- We advise that during this period while the skin is still sensitive, that the following products are not used on freshly waxed skin:
- Deodorants, antiperspirants, perfumes, self-tanning products, and make-up.
- No hot baths, sun beds, saunas, or any other heat treatment
- ight clothing (i.e. hosiery should not be worn over the freshly waxed area)