Frequently Asked Questions

Waxing

You should stop shaving for 3-4 weeks to ensure the best result. Hair should be ¼ inch long so the wax has something to attach too for a smooth clean removal, this goes for all areas of the body.Hair grows in 3 cycles and you want all follicles to have the chance to grow out to a desired length.

Precautions prior to waxing?

UV tanning from a tanning bed or outdoor exposure to the sun, topical creams such as Retin-A, Retinol, and other forms of Vitamin A, benzoyl peroxide or any other prescriptions such as Accutane from a Dermatologist should be avoided prior to waxing for a minimum of 7 days preferably. These medications and sun exposure thin the skin and can cause “lifting” during the waxing process.

A Smooth Perfect Wax

Every effort will be made to ensure a smooth clean hair removal treatment, however the area waxed may not be “perfect”after your first wax due to hair breakage, the growth cycle of your hair, and personal skin sensitivity. Shaving makes hair blunt and dense which can cause it to break off instead of being removed at the root during a wax. New growth is finer and has a smaller root, which allows a smoother gentler removal. Hair on the body grows in cycles from the follicles, just like the hair on your head. Repeated waxes received every four weeks with out shaving in between will help to insure the alignment of these cycles for less overall hair growth in between.

Airbrush Tanning

Natural Esthetics uses an organic sunless tanning solution, with an eco-certified dihydroxyacetone DHA, which is a sugar based ingredient that reacts with the outer layers of your skin to give you a natural tan within hours. DHA has been approved by the FDA for more than 30 years. Our sunless tanning solution layers in order to give you the perfect shade for your skin tone allowing you to acheive the highest quality, golden-brown results. The color you see is the color you will be.

How to Prepare

  • 1.Thoroughly exfoliate and shave prior to your treatment.
  • 2.Avoid wearing make up, moisturizers, and deodorant to your appointment, as this acts as a barrier to the spray and stops the color from developing properly.
  • 3.Wear dark colored, loose fitting clothing and sandals following your treatment.
  • 4.Wax and have a manicure and pedicure done BEFORE your treatment.

What should I wear?

Dress down to your comfort level and consider the tan line when deciding what you wear during your appointment. Please note that a small amount of overspray is expected on the garments you are wearing so darker colored material is recommended. Bronzing additives usually wash out of clothing, but there is always a chance they could stain. Wearing loose dark clothing is also recommended when you leave to avoid transfer of product.

ments you are wearing so darker colored material is recommended. Bronzing additives usually wash out of clothing, but there is always a chance they could stain. Wearing loose dark clothing is also recommended when you leave to avoid transfer of product.

What should I wear? Dress down to your comfort level and consider the tan line when deciding what you wear during your appointment. Please note that a small amount of overspray is expected on the garments you are wearing so darker colored material is recommended. Bronzing additives usually wash out of clothing, but there is always a chance they could stain. Wearing loose dark clothing is also recommended when you leave to avoid transfer of product. ments you are wearing so darker colored material is recommended. Bronzing additives usually wash out of clothing, but there is always a chance they could stain. Wearing loose dark clothing is also recommended when you leave to avoid transfer of product.