Forever Young Body Clinic

Downtown Denver’s premier waxing and facial spa!

Your waxing questions answered!

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When it comes to getting waxes, it is important to have no reservations. If you have any questions about the waxing process, we are here to fill you in. Here are some commonly asked questions what we are going to give you answers to.

How can you tell if a salon is sanitary?

You’re usually on the right track if you find a center that focuses just on hair removal. From the moment you walk into the salon, it should look and smell clean. When you are in the waxing room, the wax should be used specifically for your service should be freshly made and look presentable. Everything the waxer uses during your service should be either highly sanitized or new for your service.

Why do you get itchy down there after a wax? How can you make it stop?

Some people tend to get itchy after a bikini wax because they have used a hot, synthetic wax, which irritates the skin. Find a center that uses a better wax that is more skin-friendly. Here at FYBC we use blue hard wax that soothing to the skin.

What can you do to make it hurt less?

First, be sure to choose the right center! Second: Don’t drink alcohol beforehand. It may seem like a good idea, but you will tighten the pores, which will make the hair more difficult to remove. Lastly, stick to a strict waxing schedule. Once your hair growth is in a pattern, it will be easier to remove, but if you’re not maintaining your waxes, it could be more uncomfortable.

Now is a great time to book your next waxing appointment with us. What are you waiting for?

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