Different Types of Home Waxing for Hair Removal

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Different Types of Home Waxing for Hair Removal

Are cold weather and winter skin related? Temperatures are dropping, you can feel it in the air and we’re trading out summer clothes for warmer winter ones.

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Are cold weather and winter skin related? Temperatures are dropping, you can feel it in the air and we’re trading out summer clothes for warmer winter ones. There’s no escaping the cold but have you even thought about your face?! We often forget that our faces are the first to show signs of aging and this shouldn’t happen during the colder months! This is a sign that we need a new skincare routine because our skin needs to be nourished and moisturized in slightly different ways during the winter than other seasons so you need a proper winter skincare routine. There are several reasons why your face needs this change, particularly if you're living in a place like London where dropping temperatures can make your skin look parched. Therefore, it's important to pay attention to what elements your skin is lacking during the colder months.

Skin type is an extremely crucial part of being comfortable in the skin you are in. Everything from your physical and emotional state, to your current environment can affect the health and appearance of your skin, so what might work for some people won’t necessarily work for others. For example: if you have dry skin, your skin type favors a humid climate instead of a dry one even though common sense would indicate the opposite. Other extreme examples include people who live in cold climates but suffer severe acne breakouts or those who spend extended periods exposed to the sun having very fair yet sensitive complexion or even stretch marks! You see, it really is different for everyone.

Wax Type

Base the type of waxing services at home Dubai you use on your skin sensitivity and skin tone. If you're prone to irritation or have sensitive skin, it may be better to go with a cream-based formula of wax or one that incorporates ingredients such as botanicals that soothe irritated or inflamed skin.

Using hot wax on your skin is much riskier than you might think! "Heating up and applying the wax to the skin is very irritating; if it's done too frequently, it can age the skin prematurely, adding that hard wax tends to stick to itself instead of the skin surface, so the process "can be more painful but isn't as damaging to the skin."

Warm Soft Wax

Soft, warm full face waxing at home is cream- or resin-based and used for strip waxing. Soft wax was developed as an alternative to hard wax because it doesn't stick to the skin as much during removal, so it's gentler on folks with sensitive skin types. A cloth strip is pressed on top of the warm/soft and then quickly removed upwards, taking all of the hairs along with it. You can apply soft and even thin layers over larger areas like arms or legs but only once before you have to reapply over the same area because it doesn't stay spreadable for long.

Warm Hard Wax

Hard waxing at home Dubai is an effective option for areas with either thick or thin hair, as it is sometimes used for both. To use hard wax for hair removal, it is typically warmed up to around 100 degrees Fahrenheit when first spread and then allowed to cool down a bit before it’s applied onto the skin. Even though hard wax acts like a strip in its hardened form, it is called strip-free because there isn’t any need for strips! Instead, the full body wax at home may apply some pre-epilating oil (which can be just some baby oil) on the skin after cleansing to protect it from the potentially very hot wax. Hard wax in its molten stage typically thickens slightly into more of a creamy texture while cooling but when applied onto the skin in this state won't affect hair health as much as soft waxes tend to do since they are great at getting rid of both light and strong types of hair.