We offer a full range of waxing treatments and have extensive experience in bikini waxing. Our professional, experienced therapists use a high quality Tea-Tree wax to achieve fantastic results.
Now, if you‘re not sure what‘s what when it comes to bikini waxing, allow us to clarify.
BASIC BIKINI – Hair which can be seen outside underwear is removed.
BRAZILIAN WAX – Strip of hair on front section which continues around to the bottom.
BRAZILIAN/HOLLYWOOD – Strip on front section but all hair is removed on the under section.
HOLLYWOOD – All hair is removed from front section and under.
CRACK – This is the section between the bum cheeks.
If you have any special requests, don‘t hesitate to ask. We always try to help. Our staff are not only trained to put you at ease and provide first class service, but they‘re also quite creative!
“Our prices are so competitive, you can be smooth and silky all year long!“
- Chinfrom £7.00
- Half leg wax£15.00
- Full leg wax£21.00
- Full leg and basic bikini wax£27.00
- Basic bikinifrom £8.00
- Brazilianfrom £11.00
- Brazilian / Hollywoodfrom £16.00
- Crackfrom £4.00
- Abdominal waxfrom £4.00
- Underarm wax£7.50
- Forearm waxfrom £15.00
- Full arm wax£20.00
- Back waxfrom £20.00
- Chest waxfrom £20.00
- Full Bum Cheeks£10.00
- Toes and Feet from £2.50
What should I do BEFORE a wax?
Let the therapist know before your appointment if you have any allergies, health conditions, or are taking any medication such as Accutane, or if you are using any topical lotions or creams like AHAa or Retin-A, which are not compatible with waxing.
Make sure areas to be waxed are clean of any products.
Check growth is the right length to be waxed. We recommend about 1cm for the best results. Avoid trimming hairs too short because the wax won‘t grip the hair.
Don‘t use sunbeds two days before or after a wax because sunbeds can cause skin sensitivity, making your skin go red, inflamed or scabby. Just like exfoliation, waxing removes dead skin cells. Using a sunbed shortly after your treatment can cause burns and skin pigmentation. You may need to hold off more than 48 hours for waxing or tanning if you‘re still pink or feeling sensitive.
Don‘t consume alcohol as it will tighten the pores, which can lead to a painful waxing experience.
Be aware of your menstrual cycle as women tend to be more sensitive during this time.
Lightly exfoliate. Getting rid of dead skin cells before your appointment will cut the sensitivity, keeping your skin healthier and help keep ingrown hair away.
Other Frequently Asked Questions
What should I wear for a bikini wax?
Avoid tight or restrictive clothing. We will provide you with disposable bikini knickers.
I‘ve booked an appointment for my first ever bikini wax. Is there anything I need to know?
First of all, relax. It can be a daunting experience, especially the first time. Feeling nervous, anxious or embarrassed is not uncommon. Just remember that your therapist is professionally trained and knows exactly what she‘s doing. She‘ll do her best to put you at ease and make the whole experience as pleasant and pain-free as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, don‘t hesitate to ask. And just remember, it‘ll be worth it!
Will waxing hurt?
It‘s really not as bad as you think, We have great quality wax and our staff are trained to wax fast and communicate with you every step of the way in how to position your body or stretch your skin to minimise pain.
How often should I get waxed?
We recommend 4-6 weeks depending on your growth.
What do I do with Ingrowns?
DON‘T pick at it, squeeze it or try to tweeze it out because you will bruise yourself, scar yourself. Keep gently exfoliating.
How does pregnancy affect treatments?
Many women worry that it is dangerous to have waxing done whilst pregnant, but this is not the case at all. Aside from the fact that it may hurt a little more than usual because your hormones are often going nuts, it is perfectly fine to continue your monthly hair maintenance. Our staff are all well trained in dealing with these sensitivities and will ensure that you are well looked after.
If I have my period, can I still get a bikini wax?
If you‘re wearing a tampon, it‘s fine. Just make sure everything is in place, and you are nice and clean.
Do you provide waxing treatments for men and women?
Both men and women are welcome at the salon. In fact, a large proportion of our waxing clients are actually men. The only treatment we don‘t do is bikini waxes for men, other than the basic bikini.
MOST IMPORTANTLY: Please don‘t shave in between waxing – your body will love you for it.
Aftercare for waxing
Please read the following notes carefully and follow the recommendations.
Your skin will be temporarily sensitised after waxing. Following these recommendations will reduce the risk of irritation or minor infections. They should be followed for 24 hours or until the skin returns to normal.
- Don‘t use perfumed lotions, soaps, scrubs or make-up on the area.
- Avoid tight or restrictive clothing.
- Do not follow or proceed waxing with any other heat treatments including hot tubs.
- Avoid exposing the area the area to UVA light either direct sunlight or sunbeds.
- Avoid touching or scratching the area.
- If underarms have been waxed avoid anti-perspirants or deordorant.
- Apply only specialised afterwax lotion or antiseptic cream to the area to soothe and maintain hygiene.
IF YOU ARE UNSURE OF ANYTHING, CONSULT YOUR BEAUTY THERAPIST FOR ADVICE.