What is Threading?

 In threading, a thin cotton thread is doubled, then twisted. It is then rolled over areas of unwanted hair, plucking the hair at the follicle level. Unlike tweezing, where single hairs are pulled out one at a time, threading can remove short rows of hair. 

Is it painful?

Threading is the gentlest hair removal treatment for your skin, and the pain is minimal, often being described as the feeling of tweezing a few hairs at once.


SMALL AREA £5 each

 Mono-Brow, Upper Lip, Chin, Nostrils, Ears, Knuckles, Navel line 

MEDIUM AREA £10 each

Brow Reshape, Back of Neck, Jawline, Cheeks, Sideburns, Forehead


Full Face

Aftercare Advice

For 24 hours after a waxing treatment:

  • Do not Bathe in hot water - you can use warm water but avoid harsh shower gels and soaps.
  • Sunbathe or use sunbeds.
  • Do not apply products to the area, such as deodorant, perfumed products, make up or moisturizer.
  • Don’t touch the area.

For 48 hours after a waxing treatment:

  • Do not exfoliate the area.
  • Do not swim in chlorinated pools
  • Do not use false tan or self-tanning products


A GP referral will be required before any treatment is carried out if you have the following conditions:

  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Haemophila
  • Extreme Blood Pressure
  • History of Thrombosis
  • Cancer
  • Weakened Immune System

I am more than happy to carry out the treatment once medical consent is obtained. This is requested for the sole purpose of your health and wellbeing and all information is kept confidential.


The following conditions will prevent me carrying out your treatment

  • 1st Trimester Pregnancy
  • Fever, sickness, vomiting or diarrhea in the past 48 hours
  • Bacterial Infections, Fungal infections or Viral infections 
  • Any Contagious skin conditions
  • Head or Body lice
  • Scabies - Doctors consent needed once infection has cleared
  • Operations/Recent scar tissue- You would need to wait 6 months until you have threading over scar tissue 
  • Any eye condition including: Styes and conjunctivitis - entire face must be avoided.
  • Active Cold Sore - can trigger the virus elsewhere in your body. Cold sores usually clears up in around 2 weeks.

OTHER PRECAUTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS: Please read these valuable guidelines.

  • Allergies - I will need to know if have any allergies due to the ingredients in the wax.
  • Skin Disorders: Psoriasis - A doctors note is required. Eczema - Varies with each individual. 
  • Sunburned, irritated or areas with open skin or bruises cannot be treated.
  • Moles cannot be threaded.
  • Women may experience extra sensitivity up to a week prior to the beginning of their menses.