Hours & Info
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Commonly asked Questions

Q. How painful is waxing / sugaring?

A. Your first time is your worst time. Thats because the roots of your hair are at their strongest and deepest. However, with proper maintenance, the process won’t always be uncomfortable.

Q. How long does my hair need to be for hair removal?

A. Good rule of thumb is at least 2 weeks of hair growth for waxing; if you can pinch it, it is usually ready. Your hair doesn’t need to be as long with sugaring. However, if you have been shaving or using depilatories there may be some uneven hair growth.

Q. Can I get a Yoni steaming the same day that I get my wax?

A. No ma’am. Your pores will be wide open and the steam may burn. Please allow at least 72 hours between these services.

Q. What do I need to do to prepare for hair removal?

A. Do not shave or trim hair prior to your appointment. If it is too long, we will trim it for you! Exfoliate your skin up to 2 days before your session, to lift hairs and to remove dead skin cells. Also, please refrain from sex & caffeine the day of your session.

Q. How often should I exfoliate?

A. No more and no less than 2-3 times per week for optimal skin health.

Q. What is the difference between waxing and sugaring?

A. Sugaring is a natural alternative to waxing. The sugar paste is made from sugar, water, and lemon juice. Even though it can be used on all skin types, it is an excellent option for those who have skin sensitivities or those prone to irritation or ingrown hairs. Unlike waxing, the sugar paste adheres to the hair and dead skin cells essentially exfoliating you in the process. With that being said, most clients feel smoother with sugaring than they do with waxing, and feel as though it is also less painful.

Q. Can men get waxed / sugared, too?

A. Yes! If you have unwanted hair, we can remove it regardless of gender!

Q. What is the difference between a Swedish and Deep tissue massage?>

A. Swedish massages are relaxation massages performed with light to medium pressure. Deep tissue massages are more therapeutic and performed with firm, deep pressure focusing on the deepest layers of the muscle tissues. Please feel free to communicate your needs to your therapist or if the pressure is too light or too firm…. you won’t hurt our feelings!

Q. Can I get a massage if I am pregnant?

A. YES, this is the time you may need it the most! We prefer that you at least be in your 2nd trimester for the safety of both you and your baby.