When You May Want to Consider Waxing

Waxing Washington, D.C. If you have never waxed before, then you may not think that you’ll ever do it. If a razor and some shave cream have been your friend so far, then why make the change? Here at West End Plastic Surgery, we like to help patients get their ideal body and skin, and one of the best ways that we can do that is with professional waxing. But, we do understand that waxing is not for everyone, so how can you tell if waxing is something that you may want to consider doing? Let’s take a closer look.

You Get Ingrown Hairs

If you are notorious for getting ingrown hairs on your bikini area, your underarms, or anywhere else on your body, then you may want to consider waxing. Waxing is one of the fastest ways to get rid of ingrown hairs because it actually pulls the hairs from the follicle which can prevent ingrown hairs from happening. And as long as you keep it up, you shouldn’t have to worry about those pesky hairs coming back anytime soon.

You Get Razor Burn

Another reason why you may want to ditch your razor and try professional waxing is if you get razor burn. Razor burn can be caused by a variety of things including a dirty razor, dry skin, or just even sensitive skin altogether. By creating itching and burning bumps across your skin, razor burn isn’t something that anyone wants to experience. When you wax, however, we can get rid of any and all razor burn because we don’t use a razor at all; it’s as simple as that.

You Are Sick of Shaving

One of the downfalls of shaving is that many people have to shave either every day or every other day to maintain results. With waxing, however, you won’t have to get waxed for at least two weeks on average which means that you get to spend less time shaving and more time doing whatever else in the morning before work.

Schedule a Consultation

Do you want to schedule your first waxing session? Contact our Washington D.C. office today and give us a call at 202-785-4187.

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