The first time I tried to wax my legs at home was a train wreck. How hard could it be, right? Nor is it for the unprepared which I surely was. But after plenty of trial and error, I can officially say that, if you do it right, it might even be a little enjoyable in a masochistic self-care sort of way. All you really need to wax at home is a popsicle stick, depilatory wax, and cotton waxing strips.
If the skin has been removed then it is not being held taut and also the strip is being applied over the same spot more than once. Also, if the skin is excessively dry; this could make the skin susceptible to tearing if waxed. In our experience, it's not usually the ingredients that cause irritations to develop, but we always recommend following the instructions on the pack to perform a patch test at least 24 hours before proceeding with full application. It's quite normal to experience a little redness or spots with any wax, especially if you're new to it. Occasionally if the Gel is applied too thickly, you may experience a little irritation or even bruising if you've needed to tug at the skin to remove the strip or not held the skin taut as you've removed the strip. NOTE: If you have a skin condition, always check the precautions in the instruction leaflet to ensure yours is a suitable skin type.
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Waxing at home saves you time and money. Increasingly more and more people decide to try this hair removal method in the comfort of their house and the market has plenty to offer in terms of waxing products. The answer is simply: yes. You can find materials to use as strips around the household quite easily.
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