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Why wax in winter

Thursday, December 26, 2019

When summer is over and the temperatures start to drop, many of us think that this is the ideal time to quit our waxing routine. Waxing is not only for summer. In fact, you can enjoy the best results in winter when you don't have to worry as much about having perfectly smooth legs all the time.

The first thing to remember is that you have hundreds, if not thousands of hairs on your legs. During the waxing process, each one is plucked out by the root. This might sound simple enough but think about the hairs on your head. They are not all the same length and they don't all grow at the same time. In other words, you may have older, longer hairs and shorter, younger ones.

Now, to get the best and most beautiful results, you need to make sure that you get every last hair. This can be tricky in the summer when you don't always have the time to wait for the younger hairs to grow out. In the winter, however, you can schedule your waxing sessions about 4 weeks apart and this allows the hairs to grow enough so that they can be effectively removed.

By doing the groundwork in the winter, you will be better prepared for the summer. In addition, it is worth mentioning that there is some discomfort associated with waxing. However, the more you do it, the more your body becomes used to the feeling and, after time, you will no longer experience such discomfort. If you stop waxing in the winter, your skin will be more sensitive in the summer when you pick up your waxing routine again. So, even if for this sake alone, make sure that you continue waxing in winter.


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