Answers to your questions
The simplest answer is, extracting the hair at 1/8” or less will lead to permanency. This is due to the hair being in the anagen (growing) stage. Depending on the location and the function of the hair this active growing can last from months to years.
Guideline for approximate frequency of treatments:
Enlarged varicose veins, phlebitis, new scars, sunburned skin, warts, inner ear, beards, bruises or lesions, skin tags, and raised moles. Please inform us if you have any of these conditions.
Persons using Retin-A treatments such as; retin-A, enzyme peels, glycolic peels, AHA’s and any similar products. Persons taking Acutane are unable to be sugared. Persons that have recently had micro derm abbrasia.
It is recommended to have at least 2 – 3 sugaring treatments before your event or trip. To ensure your hair is all growing at the same rate, or in the same stage. Example; you are a regular shaver and you are going on a two week vacation. If you came in for legs within a week prior to your trip, you will likely see hair growth on your trip. The reason is hair grows in different stages and it is not possible to catch all the hairs with 1 sugaring treatment. Which is why 2 – 3 appointments is ideal.
Yes, persons with psoriasis can be sugared as long as the areas are dry and not cracking or leaking. The sugar will help remove the dead skin build-up.
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