- Eyebrows $12
- Lip $12
- Chin $12
- Full face $30
- Eyelash tint $15
- Eyebrow tint $15
*When Not to Get Waxed
These are often called waxing contraindications when it could be harmful to you to use this hair removal method.
You currently take Accutane or have stopped taking it less than a year ago.You’re taking any prescription acne medication. You have lupus or AIDS. You’re in cancer therapy getting chemotherapy or radiation.
When to Be Cautious
These may not be deal-breakers but you do want to take some medical advice, stay away from specific areas or not remove hair for a certain amount of time.
-You’re pregnant, take birth control, hormone replacement or antibiotics.
-Smokers or those with Rosacea.
-You take blood thinners, have diabetes, phlebitis or want post-cancer hair growth in the side-burn area removed
-You use powerful exfoliators on your skin. Sys-acid, alpha-hydroxy acid, white willow bark, white willow bark extract and enzymes all strip cells from the skin. It’s recommended to stop using these products in the area getting waxed for at least three days before, and three to four days after the hair has been removed. (Depending on the strength of the product and the type of skin you have the safe wax wait time may be much longer before and after. If the alpha-hydroxy is over 8% then you may have to wait months before safely getting waxed.)
-You recently drank a lot of caffeine or alcohol.