01-10-2019

If smooth skin is high on your list of priorities, then you know that ensuring that you use proper after wax care is just as important as the preparations you make before you wax. Making sure your skin is cared for after your routine wax helps you prevent infection, protect your skin, and feel good about the process. The keys to good after-care are exfoliation, moisturizing, practicing good habits, and waxing at the right time each month. Although we can’t control the hair follicles and rate of hair growth, we can control what we do with that hair growth, which is why waxing is a viable grooming method for men and women. The bare areas not only feel free but also cleaner and are more easily manageable. Waxing is less painful and less expensive than laser hair removal, and you have the option to remove as much as you like. Ultimately, waxing is fashionable, practical and affordable. The only drawback is the adverse effects of negligent after-care.

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01-10-2019

When it comes to maintaining grooming habits, every season has its own routine, and every season has its pros and cons on the effects of the body. Winter is especially known for not being a gentle time for your skin. The dry air and harsh winds can crack and damage your skin, so maintaining your grooming habits are even more of a priority. The winter is also a time where people trade in their shorts, sandals, and bikinis for long sleeves, coats, and boots. And any exposure of skin is covered so naturally, people stop shaving and waxing, or even stop their daily skin care routine altogether which could really jeopardize your skin’s health. Neglecting your skin during the winter months can have dire consequences. Due to the like of moisture in the air, your skin can become rough, chapped, or flaky and irritated.

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01-10-2019

The holiday season is the perfect excuse for some extra pampering, and an opportunity to give the whole body a bit of TLC. Winter weather is not particularly pleasant on the skin. The cold weather and fluctuating humidity levels result in dry air, which then steals moisture away from the skin every day. Without proper care and maintenance, the harsh weather can leave the skin feeling rough and dry and can even lead to cracking and bleeding if conditions are left untreated. It's not just the outdoor conditions that can impact your skin. The warm, dry heat due to indoor heaters, hot showers or baths can also rob skin of proper moisture.

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