(see next page for descriptions)
(w/in 4-6 weeks of last visit in house)
Partial Derriere (cheeks or between cheeks)
Vajacial (ingrown treatment for male or female)
Vajacial (add on to any bikini wax)
All waxing services performed with soft and hard wax finished with soothing oil and cooling lotion.
A cooling globe is applied after all facial waxing.
Full Face (sans brows)
Full Face w/brows
Hand & Fingers
Feet & Toes
Shoulder (add on to back/chest)
Male Brazilian Wax
Male Maintenance Brazilian
(w/in 4-6 weeks of last visit)
Half Upper Leg
Half Lower Leg
LASH LIFT / TINTING
Lash Lift & Tint
(brow tint &wax, lash tint)
Is it going to hurt?
Totally! But don't worry! It's never as bad as your imagination makes it out to be. Following the steps below can help ease your experience. If it is your first time, I can walk you through the process and you'll be a believer in no time. Ask any other questions you have after reading the information below via text or email.
What do I need to do to prepare for my wax?
You may come as you are but here are a few things that can help if you are coming in for a bikini or body wax.
*Exfoliate: 1or 2 days prior to waxing but not day of. The wax itself will exfoliate the skin
*Moisturize: Apply lotion to the area after the exfoliating sessions. Both steps will help the hair release more easily
*Pain Reliever: Jeeka is not a doctor/licensed to give medical advice; however if one chooses, they may take an over-the-counter pain medication such as Ibuprofen or Aspirin one hour before their appointment
*Shower: Cleansing the body/area to be waxed in the shower can help remove any dead skin cells/soften the skin making it easier for hair removal
I'm scared! What can I do to not be?
I highly recommend breathing! As elementary as that sounds, many people tense up in these situations including forgetting to breathe. Deep, slow inhalations and exhalations will help the nervous system relax and therefore get you through your wax easier. We can breathe together.
How long does my hair need to be?
Hair should be at least 1/4"-1/2". Typically for most people that is about 2 weeks. 3 weeks is better; I would not recommend anything less than 10 days..
How often do I need to wax?
It is recommended that you come in every 4-6 weeks. Everyone is a little different, so that may be more or less frequent for you depending on your hair growth. Keeping up with your waxing ensures the hair growth to come in thinner and more sparse so you get the most benefit.
Why should I wax over shaving?
The benefits of waxing are many.
*Waxing removes the hair by the root, unlike shaving which cuts it at the surface.
*When the hair is removed by the root, damage is being done to the root system. Therefore, when the hair grows back it has a harder time growing as fast and as strong. The more you do this, the more longevity you will see before more hair growth.
What should I expect after the wax?
Post waxing the skin may be pink or red in color, feel tender, have red bumps around the follicle as well as mild swelling. Some people may experience more severe symptoms than others. Symptoms go away usually within a few hours up to 48 hours.