Bikini Waxing uses natural beeswax to remove hair from the pubic area of the body not covered by a bikini bottom. Beeswax is the most often used product to remove the thicker, coarser pubic hair, because it is stronger than the synthetic wax used for legs. Varying amounts of hair may be removed during this procedure, from the minimal American waxing, moderate French waxing, to the most extreme full Brazilian waxing, where all of the hair is removed, depending upon the desire of the client.
The process may start by trimming the area to be waxed with scissors or clippers, and a patch test may be performed ahead of time to check for a skin reaction. The area to be treated is prepped using an antiseptic cleaner and covered with powder. After preparation, warm wax is applied to the hair with a spatula and covered with cloth strips. Upon hardening, the wax is quickly pulled off using the adhering cloth strip, taking the hair with it. Pain is usually involved with the procedure, as the pubic area is one of the most sensitive regions of the body, and the degree of pain often depends upon how much hair is to be removed and how thick or coarse it is. Along with the pain, swelling and redness may persist for up to five days following the procedure.
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