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Brazilian Bare Tropical Coconut Shave Syrup - 4 fl oz

GirlMom34 - 3 months ago, Verified purchaser

I decided to give this a try, because as much as I'd love to go get a sugaring/waxing done, it's expensive and I don't have a lot of free time. Since it's summer, I want the bikini area cleaned up, at the very least. I have thick, dark, coarse hair and I have NEVER been able to survive razor burn. Ever. E-V-E-R. The first day or two is fine, but then it's ingrowns, razor burn, and Prickle City all the way and I have a bag of frozen peas shoved down my pants to help the pain of the burn. Hahaha. So... I gave this a try. I used my Billie razor that I'd already used maybe once or twice, so it wasn't brand-new. Followed up with some Tend Skin. Y'all... we're on day five with NO RAZOR BURN. That's literally unheard of for me. Yes, I'm sure the Tend Skin helped. Yes, I did exfoliate around day 3. But I've done ALL that before!! I thought Tend Skin would be my saving grace, but the last time I attempted a shave (with the new Venus razor and shave gel designed specifically for the bikini area that I thought would be awesome), I was slathering on the Tend Skin every DAY to try to stave off the burn, but still got it!! If you're on the fence, give it a try. It's totally worth a shot if razor burn is something you have struggled with. I personally suggest following up with Tend Skin and exfoliation, as well, if you have the ability. Good luck!

quality: 5 out of 5

value: 5 out of 5

Sours: https://www.target.com/p/brazilian-bare-tropical-coco-shave-syrup-4-fl-oz/-/A-80129176

Top 6 Tips for your Best Wax

Hey Bare Squad!

When it comes to waxing, there’s a certain amount of pain to be expected. We’re ripping your hair out with warm wax, after all. However, there are steps you can take to make sure it’s as comfortable as possible!

1. Get on (and stay on) a consistent schedule!

Consistency is key with waxing. If you’ve come in for one appointment and not sure if you will continue waxing, give it another try! Trust me, the first appointment is always the worst one. Getting waxed every 4-6 weeks will make all the difference in the world!

The reason is that your hair will all be on the same growth cycle and will come in thinner each time. Thinner hair comes out easier, resulting in a less painful wax! Most people are good to come every 4 weeks, but it can be stretched as long as 6 for others. If this is your first wax, book 4 weeks from your first appointment and we can help figure it out from there!

2. Use a scrub in between waxes!

I’m sure you’re tired of me going on (and on, and on, and on) about scrubbing, but it’s great for a variety of reasons. Firstly, it will help keep ingrown hairs at bay. Scrubbing gets rid of dry, dead skin that traps hair. Less ingrowns means less painful waxes and a nicer finish when you do get waxed!

Not only does it help ingrowns, scrubbing 24 hours before a wax can make a huge difference for the wax itself! The dead skin creates a barrier between the hair and wax, making it difficult to get all the hairs out. By removing this barrier, your esthetician won’t need to go over areas, making your wax less painful and much faster! You should be scrubbing 2-4x a week (basically every other day) for best results.

If you need a scrub, check out my review of our line here!

3. DO NOT shave! Even if you miss your appointment!

Trust me, it’s not going to make it any easier. If you miss your appointment, just book for the next time you’re available! When you shave, you basically reset all the work you’ve done getting those hairs growing on the same cycle. Just come in the next time you’re able to. If you’re missing your appointment by a few weeks it is going to hurt a little bit more, but at least you won’t lose all the progress you’ve made.

4. Make sure you’re moisturizing!

This goes along with the scrubbing thing. After you’ve exfoliated the area, make sure you’re using either a body lotion or oil to keep the new surface skin moisturized! Using the scrub and lotion in tandem will help with ingrowns and make waxing easier on your skin.

If you get a sensitive area waxed, coconut oil is a great option for a moisturizer. It’s natural, so it shouldn’t cause any sort of irritation. Everywhere else, a rich body lotion will do the trick. This is even more important in the Summer and Winter months when extreme weather dries out skin. Try out The Lotion, exclusive to Bare Essentials!

5. Check any new products and medications for skin thinning or drying properties.

If you’re starting a new medication or skin care line, read over the ingredients to make sure there isn’t anything that could conflict with waxing. Common culprits include salicylic acid and accutane. Both are known to dry out or thin skin, increasing your chances of lifting. (If you’re not sure what that is, check out this post.)

If you’re unsure if the ingredients will conflict, just ask! When starting a new medication, you should ask your doctor if it’s still safe to wax. Starting a new, more rigorous skin care regime? Let your esthetician know when you come in. Typically, most of these products don’t contain enough acids to make a difference, but it’s always good to let us know!

A good rule of thumb: if it’s used to treat acne or thin your blood, it will likely conflict with waxing, especially if it’s prescribed by your doctor.

6. Avoid any exercise, heat or other irritants for 24 hours after waxing.

For most people, doing anything like this after a wax would seem unimaginable. Doing strenuous activity and exposing the area to high heat immediately after waxing can have negative side effects. It can cause a lot of chaffing (yikes!) and make you very uncomfortable for a long time after. And chaffing can lead to thinner skin, resulting in lifting at your next wax. Not fun!

Your pores are open after waxing, so it’s a good idea to stay away from heat for the first 24 hours. This helps cut down on bumps and pimples that are brought on by heat. If you need to take a shower afterward, just make sure it’s not too hot!

That’s pretty much it! If you’re a long time waxer, drop your best waxing tips below! Newbie to waxing? What’s one thing you’re most nervous about?

Sours: https://www.bareessentialswaxing.com/blog/top-6-tips-for-your-best-wax
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FAQs

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Length

The ideal length for hair is approx. ¼” or 6mm — 2-4 weeks after shaving or 4-6 weeks after waxing.

Avoid

Try to avoid caffeine, it can heighten sensitivity

Exfoliate

24 hours BEFORE — this softens the hairs and removes dead skin

Feeling Nervous?

We have a numbing cream available in store. The cream needs to be applied 20 minutes prior to waxing.

No Tanning

24 hours BEFORE waxing

Period.

Your period arrived in time for your wax? No worries, just wear a tampon and cut the string. Everyone gets their periods, nothing new for us :)

Avoid Heat

for 1-2 days — tanning, exercising, hot tubs, etc. Heat can cause irritation.

For Best Results

No shaving in between waxing

Exfoliate & Moisturize

Start exfoliating 1-week AFTER waxing or when your skin is no longer tender to touch.

Prone to Ingrowns?

Apply Ingrown-X-It to reduce ingrowns, redness, and inflammation.

What do I need to know before I receive my Lash Lift or Lash Lift & Tint?

2 weeks prior to your treatment, use an oil (coconut or castor) or EyEnvy (lash growth serum) on the lashes to ensure they’re healthy and hydrated.

  • Contact lenses CANNOT be worn during service

  • You may experience a tingling sensation during the service

  • Remember, this is not adding length to your lashes. This is working with the current lashes you have, curling and tinting. You will not have the same results as Lash Extensions

What do I need to know for after care?

You should avoid washing and putting mascara on eyelashes for at least 24 hours.

  • Avoid using oil-based makeup remover for 3 weeks after receiving a Lash Lift.

  • Brush eyelashes daily when damp to detangle

I am currently pregnant or breast feeding, am I able to get a Lash Lift or Lash Lift & Tint?

We do not recommend this service for women that are breast feeding or pregnant.

How long will a Lash Lift and Lash Lift & Tint last?

The curl can last up to 3 months and the tint can last 3-6 weeks, depending on your daily routine.

Can I get a Lash Tint in-between Lash Lifts?

Yes, as long as your lashes are healthy and hydrated.

Still have questions? Contact us.

[email protected]
905.393.8236

1030 King St. W.
Hamilton, ON L8S 1L5

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