Hair removal wax + Cremes

Hair removal wax + Cremes

Don't want to shave in the shower every day and get rid of that annoying stubble? Wax and depilatory cream offer you a practical alternative.

Simply apply depilatory cream to the desired area of the body, leave it on for a short time and then wash it off with water. The hair will react to the chemical and dissolve. If you have sensitive skin, make sure you use products that are suitable for it.

There are different waxing methods, which are explained in more detail below.

Hair removal with cold wax
These are so-called cold wax strips, where the wax already adheres to a piece of fleece. You can stick the strip directly on your body and pull it off. There are now products that have been specially developed for certain parts of the body. For example, there are narrow cold wax strips that make it easier to depilate the intimate area or eyebrows. You can find the desired options in the application area filter.

Hair removal with warm wax
In contrast to the cold wax method, you have to heat the wax yourself for this hair removal method. There are different systems for this. One is the roll-on, where the wax is in a cartridge that you put into the device and heat. Once the wax has reached a comfortable temperature, you can apply it to your skin. Make sure you apply the wax in the direction of hair growth. After it has dried briefly, remove it with a fleece strip against the direction of hair growth. With the roll-on system, the wax can be applied thinner, faster and more precisely. However, it is more difficult to reach uneven areas with the device. The roll-ons are therefore particularly suitable for large-area depilation, e.g. legs and arms.

With the other system, you heat the wax in a pot and apply it to the desired area with a spatula. Once the wax has dried, it is removed in one piece. This method is especially used for uneven areas (e.g. the intimate zone), as the liquid wax can be spread easily.

Hair removal with sugar paste
Similar to warm wax, sugar paste is heated in a pot and applied with a spatula. In contrast to waxing, however, you apply the paste against the direction of hair growth and pull off the dried mass in the direction of hair growth. This so-called sugaring is slightly less painful than waxing, but also lasts less long.