BHAVIN BHEDA, BUSINESS MANAGER, BIOSOFT
Many of us forgo body hair removal when the temperature drops and getting dressed each morning necessitates donning multiple layers of clothes because, well, what’s the need?
The ideal time of the year to wax, according to experts, is really during the winter season.
We are more prone to letting our body hair grow during the colder months, making it easier to remove without the hair breaking. Your hair will be cut off at the root as a result, and by doing this throughout the winter, your hair growth will have slowed down by summer (which means less hair removal procedures in the warm weather, yay!). When the sun returns, the hair will also become sparser and thinner, making it easier to remove.
Hair removal waxing gives you smoother skin by removing the dry, dead skin that accumulates during the winter. Additionally, moisturizers can be absorbed more quickly and effectively into waxed skin. There are a few things to think about, though, because the winter is full of festive gatherings and Christmas parties. On the day of any special event you are attending, avoid hair waxing because those with really sensitive skin may have very slight redness or blotchiness. Within a day or two, things will quiet down. We also advise delaying getting waxed if you planned to do it after a drunken Christmas lunch with friends or co-workers.
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