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BikiniZone Bikini Area Creme Hair Remover -- 2 oz


BikiniZone Bikini Area Creme Hair Remover
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BikiniZone Bikini Area Creme Hair Remover -- 2 oz

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BikiniZone Bikini Area Creme Hair Remover Description

  • Works in as Little as 4 Minutes
  • Lasts Days Longer Than Shaving
  • Pain-Free
  • No Stubble or Razor Burn

Bikini Zone Bikini Area Crème Hair Remover is specially formulated to be gentle enough for the sensitive bikini area. Lasts longer than shaving. Pain free. Works in 4 minutes.


Directions

For best results trim bikini hair before proceeding with treatment. Apply crème evenly with fingertips to bikini area. Do not rub in. After 3-4 minutes, test a small area. If hair does not wipe off easily, leave on a few minutes longer. Do not exceed 10 minutes. To remove hair, rinse bikini area thoroughly with lukewarm water, using a washcloth to wipe off hair. Do not Rub or use Soap. Pat Dry.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Water, potassium thioglycolate, cetearyl alcohol, ceteareth 20, mineral oil, calcium hydroxide, camellia sinensis (green tea) leaf extract, titanium dioxide, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, aloe vera leaf juice, sodium hydroxide.
Warnings

Percautions: Read all directions and warnings before use. Irritation or allergic reaction may occur with some people. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from eyes, eyelids, eyebrows and eyelashes. Should product come in contact with eyes, flush thoroughly with lukewarm water. If irritation occurs, consult physician. This product should not be used on areas with varicose veins, pimples, moles or warts. Do not use on mucous membranes, breast nipples, perianal, vaginal or genital areas, in nose or ears, lips recently tweezed, waxed or shaved areas, rashes, irritations, eczema, sunburned, chapped, peeling, injured, inflamed or broken skin. If irritation/rash appears discontinue use.

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An Esthetician’s Best Tips for Waxing at Home

Waxing is a popular – not to mention simple and effective – way to get rid of unwanted hair. It can be done by a professional at a salon or spa, but it’s also really easy to do right at home (saving you time and money!). Supplies can be found at just about any drugstore or online, and all you need is a quick tutorial to get started. Of course, if might take some time to master waxing harder-to-reach or sensitive areas – but practice helps! Ready to give it a try? Check out this handy guide with tips from an esthetician to wax smoothly and easily – with extra help for treating your skin to avoid irritation or side effects.

Woman Waxing at Home Pulling Wax Strip from Leg to Remove Hair | Vitacost.com/blog

Which type of wax is best?

To begin, you’ll need to decide on the type of wax you’ll use. Some estheticians and waxing specialists use hard wax with a stick; others use softer wax that’s applied then gently peeled away from the skin. Wax strips are available in a variety of sizes, for different areas of your body (for example, your face or your bikini area). “I’ve used many different types of waxing products such as Cirepil, Gigi and Satin Smooth, but my favorite would be Satin Smooth by far,” says Amy Koehlinger, professional esthetician and waxing expert at Avanti Salon & Spa. Soft wax requires strips, while hard wax requires proper application, as you’ll be manually shaping a “tab” to pull yourself. “There are different parts of the body that require hard wax such as nostrils, ears or the bikini area,” says Koehlinger. As for other areas, you can choose the type of wax you prefer. You’ll want to take into account the type of skin and the area that will be waxed. “Hard wax only adheres to hair and not to the skin itself, so, it will pull on the skin less and you can go over the area more than once if needed—but no more than three times,” says Koehlinger. Hard wax may be better for people with mature skin or dry skin, as these skin types are more prone to irritation from waxing. Strip wax is more effective for vellus hairs, or “peach fuzz.” It gives you a cleaner look for eyebrows, and removes hair from the upper lip more effectively. It’s easier to use strips in areas with soft hair, too, using a “one-two-three, pull-off!” technique.

Tips for Waxing at Home

Prepping your skin

Before waxing, it’s important to wash areas thoroughly with soap and water. “Make sure you prep the skin, and be sure the area is clean before you start the process,” Koehlinger suggests. “If the area is moist or you’re sweating a bit, use baby powder to soak up any moisture.” This is especially important for any area of the body (including underarms or bikini area) that tends to sweat and hold onto excess moisture. Skin should be dry before applying wax in order to remove the hair effectively. Most people can get away with just soap, water and a towel dry, but baby powder definitely helps absorb any excess moisture.

How to wax

Once you’ve cleaned and prepped your skin, you’re ready to get started. Remember, waxing is easy and won’t cause issues as long as you’ve applied the wax properly and remove it correctly! Apply wax in the same direction of the hair growth and pull it off in the opposite direction. It's as simple as that. “Apply pressure with your hand to help relieve any pain or tingling sensations,” says Koehlinger. “And use toner, like witch hazel or almond oil, to clean up wax residue.” This will help ease the “ouch” with each pull, while also soothing skin and preventing redness and irritation.

Side effects to be aware of

If your skin isn’t used to waxing, or you’re removing a lot of hair, you may experience a bit of redness or some small bumps. Typically, though, waxing doesn’t cause any major adverse reactions. Koehlinger also notes that if you’re using skincare products such as retinol or alpha hydroxyl acids (which cause skin sensitivity), it’s a good idea to be cautious when waxing. Consider consulting with an esthetician or doctor before trying the technique.

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