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Waxing Hair Removal Bikini and Brazilian Wax in Green Bay, WI

Waxing is a form of semi-permanent hair removal which removes the hair from the root. New hair will not grow back in the previously waxed area for four to six weeks, although some people will start to see regrowth in only a week due to some of their hair being on a different growth cycle. There are several types of waxing suitable for removing unwanted hair.

Strip waxing (Soft Wax)

Strip Waxing (soft wax) is accomplished by spreading a wax thinly over the skin. A cloth or paper strip is applied and pressed firmly, adhering the strip to the wax and the wax to the skin. The strip is then quickly ripped against the direction of hair growth, as parallel as possible to the skin to avoid trauma to the skin (i.e., bruising, broken capillaries, ingrown hairs caused by hair follicle trauma and lifting of skin). This removes the wax along with the hair.

Waxing and Hair Removal at Medical Spa in Green Bay, WI

Strip-less wax (Hard Wax)

Strip-less wax (as opposed to strip wax), also referred to as hard wax, is applied somewhat thickly and with no cloth or paper strips. The wax then hardens when it cools, thus allowing the easy removal by a therapist without the aid of cloths. This waxing method is very beneficial to people who have sensitive skin. Strip-less wax does not adhere to the skin as much as strip wax does, thus making it a good option for sensitive skin as finer hairs are more easily removed because the hard wax encapsulates the hair as it hardens. The strip-less waxing method can also be less painful.

Waxing Service Pricing:

Arms: $45
Back: $75
Bikini (Female only): $55
Deep Bikini (Female only): $70
Brazilian (Female only): $85
Chest: $75
Chin: $15
Nose: $15
Eyebrow: $15
Full Leg: $100
Half Leg: $50
Lip: $12
Neck: $18
Underarm: $27

Wax Packages

Face: $45

Eyebrow, Lip, Chin wax

The Works: $135

Half Leg, Bikini, Underarm, Eyebrow

  • add $10 for Deep Bikini Wax
  • add $20 for Brazilian Wax
  • add $5 for lip or chin wax

The 6 Best Ways to Prepare Your Skin Before Waxing

Your skin needs some prep to minimize your discomfort and help you achieve the best results. To make sure you’re ready for your next waxing appointment at Indiglo Med Spa, here is the best way to prepare.

Check yourself

1. No matter where you’re waxing, check the skin before you go in for your appointment. Broken skin or inflammation needs to heal before you’re ready to wax. If you have moles or beauty marks, point them out to the esthetician so they can be protected during the waxing process.

Let it grow…but not too long

2. Keep hair long enough for the wax to grip it. When the hair is too short, the wax can’t pick it up well enough to remove it; when it’s too long, it prevents wax from adhering and causes more pain. Two to three weeks of growth, or about an eighth to a quarter of an inch, is ideal for the leg, underarm and bikini hair.

Light exfoliation

3. Gently exfoliate your skin a day or two before waxing, but skip harsh scrubs the day of your waxing appointment. Exfoliation helps wax grab hair and not skin, but it can also leave skin more sensitive to pain, so lighter is better. A rough washcloth is perfect for gentle exfoliation, but don’t scrub too hard.

Moisturize until the day of

4. Moisturize well on the days leading up to your appointment. Healthy, well-moisturized skin allows the wax to release more easily. Too much moisturizer could coat the hair and interfere with the wax’s grip, so avoid moisturizing on the day of your waxing session.

The bikini area

5. Whether you prefer a Brazilian wax or regular wax, keep skin in the bikini area scrupulously clean. Waxing can leave skin vulnerable to infection, and areas of the body that are normally warm and damp are more prone to bacterial growth.

Take a Retin-A break

6. Certain medications can sensitize the skin to waxing. Retin-A creams do amazing things for fine lines, acne and uneven pigmentation, but they also leave skin susceptible to injury during waxing. Discontinue retinol-based products for two weeks before waxing. Accutane users should stop taking their medication for a month before waxing. Before making any changes to your prescription medications, talk to your dermatologist.

Factors that may prone clients to “skin lifting”

“Skin lifting” where the top layer of skin is torn away during waxing treatment

  • Taking blood-thinning medications;
  • Taking drugs for autoimmune diseases, including lupus;
  • Psoriasis, eczema, or other chronic skin diseases;
  • Recent sunburn;
  • Recent cosmetic or reconstructive surgery in the area to be waxed
  • Recent laser skin treatment;
  • Severe varicose leg veins;
  • Rosacea or very sensitive skin;
  • History of fever blisters or cold sores (waxing can cause a flare-up);
  • Using Tretinoin, Tazarotene, Adapalene, Azelex, or any other peeling agent;
  • Using hydroquinone;
  • Recent surgical peel, microdermabrasion or chemical peel using glycolic, alpha hydroxy, salicylic acid, or other acid-based products.