What is Sugar Wax?

Sugar wax is 100% natural, water soluble and can be less irritating than traditional waxes as it is made purely of  Sugar, water and lemon extract and is applied at body temperature. Strips are used to remove the sugar wax.

What is Warm Wax?

Warm wax is applied thinly to the skin with a spatula, a strip is then applied and removed with a swift pull which removes the hair.
This type of waxing is best for larger areas such as the legs, arms and back.

What is Hot Wax?

Despite it's name hot wax is only slightly warmer than warm wax. Hot wax is a much thicker consistency which is applied in a circular motion onto the skin to surround the hairs, it then drys and is flicked off without a strip. This means it can remove even the finest of hair including vellus hair (peach fuzz)!
Hot wax is much better for delicate areas ie. The hollywood or brazilian as it doesn't pull the skin and grabs the hairs from the roots meaning less irritation and ingrown hairs! 


SMALL AREA £5 each

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

MEDIUM AREA £10 each

Brow Reshape, Jawline, Cheeks, Forehead, Back of Neck, Underarm, Forearm 

LARGE AREA £15 each +£5 for hot wax

Arm, Lower Leg, Thighs, 1/2 Chest, 1/2 Back 

EXTRA LARGE AREA £20 each +£5 for hot wax

Full Leg, Full Back, Full Chest 



 Ideal for a first time waxer, the bikini line touch up is exactly as the name would suggest, a tidy up around the edges. A good option if you want to keep things on the natural side, but prefer a little more definition. Hair is removed from anywhere outside of a modest panty line - so around the tops of thighs and any hair above your knickers. 



A French wax differs from other styles like a Brazilian as most of the hair is taken from around the front and sides, but the middle (labia) and around the back is left alone.

If you want down there to be smooth and clean of hair, without feeling too bare, French is the way to go.

The shape of the hair at the front is completely up to you, but the landing strip is a classic option. Other popular shapes include a tiny triangle and a postage stamp, but feel free to ask for whatever style you prefer.


Brazilian waxes are one of the most popular options when it comes to intimate waxing. 

When you go Brazilian the hair is removed from the sides of the bikini line and all the way under and around the back, too. If you want to feel smooth and sculpted, go Brazilian. Just like with a French wax, when having a Brazilian you can ask for whatever shape you like.


 The Hollywood. This leaves you with no hair. If you want to feel totally smooth and hairless choose Hollywood.

Waxing 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.
  • Apply products to the waxed area, such as deodorant, perfumed products, make up or moisturizer.
  • Don’t touch the waxed area.
  • Avoid tight fitting clothes (tight fitting clothing can cause friction to the waxed area. so tights, g-strings and skinny jeans for example aren’t advisable.

For 48 hours after a waxing treatment do not

  • Sunbathe or use sunbeds.
  • Exfoliate the area.
  • Swim in chlorinated pools
  • 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 waxing 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
  • Sexually transmitted infections (STI, Genital warts/genital herpes)- If having intimate waxing. GP referral required once clear 
  • Urinary Tract infections- If having intimate waxing. GP referral required once clear
  • Lice Head, Body and Pubic areas
  • Scabies - Doctors consent needed once infection has cleared.
  • Operations/Recent scar tissue- You would need to wait 6 months until you have waxing 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. 
  • Varicose Veins cannot be waxed.
  • Self Tan: Waxing may cause your self tan to appear patchy. 
  • Sunburned, irritated or areas with open skin or bruises cannot be waxed.
  • Moles cannot be waxed.
  • You must wait a minimum of seven (7) days before waxing after a light chemical peel or Microdermabrasion.
  • Waxing cannot be performed if you have been in a tanning booth the same day.
  • Waxing cannot be performed if you have had laser skin resurfacing within the past year.
  • Waxing cannot be performed if you have had a physician administered peel within the past two (2) years.
  • Women may experience extra sensitivity to waxing up to a week prior to the beginning of their menses.

WARNING: Waxing is never done on clients taking Accutane and is not recommended for clients taking Retin A, Renova, Differin or other types of skin thinning acne medications.

Please read the label carefully and consult your dermatologist if you are taking any medication or using any topical cream that contains these medications. Individuals do react differently to these medications and sometimes waxing can be done if proper patch testing is completed.

  • Accutane (Acne medication) – You must be off this medication treatment course a minimum of 6 months prior to waxing.
  • Adapalene (Acne medication)
  • Alustra (Retin A)
  • Avage (See Tazorac – Acne medication)
  • Avita (See Retin A)
  • Differin (Acne medication)
  • Isotretinoin (See Accutane)
  • Renova (See Retin A)
  • Retin A (Acne and Anti-aging medication)
  • Tazarac (Acne medication)
  • Tazarotene (See Tazorac)
  • Tretinoin (See Retin A)

CAUTION: If you are currently using any of the following, please inform your technician. These products can make the skin more sensitive. Thin, sensitive skin is more vulnerable to lifting and sensitivity during waxing.

  • Other Acne medications not listed above
  • Bleaching agents for hair (used mostly for upper lip)
  • Bleaching agents for pigmentation of skin (Hydraquinone, Trilumena)
  • Previous chemical depilatories such as Nair
  • Benzoyl Peroxide (ProActive)
  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids (Glycolic, Lactic)
  • Oral Antibiotics
  • Topical Antibiotics
  • Retinol
  • Salicylic Acid
  • Other exfoliants

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