What is Waxing?
Waxing is a method of removing unnecessary hairs from different parts of body. It is a semi-permanent hair removal method because the hairs regrow after 2-8 weeks of removal. On this method, hairs are removal from their roots.
Cold Waxing is a technique of waxing. In this technique, a thin layer of wax is applied on skin and a piece of cloth is placed and pressed on it. Then the cloth is removed in opposite direction of your hair’s growth. As a result, Hair removes from the skin and wax also.
Ayur Cold Wax:
Ayur Cold Wax is made up of lemon, vinegar and sugar. It is chemical free wax and is safe for skin usage. It does not affect skin even sensitive skin. It is easy to use and is the choice of hundreds of Indian women. Use of natural ingredients, like lemon, vinegar and sugar, in Ayur Cold Wax gives amazing benefits with hair removal. These ingredients are full of properties of making your skin smooth, soft, flexible and beautiful. Its regular use discourages the growth of unnecessary hair.
Natural Ingredients: Lemon, Sugar & Vinegar
Lemon has ability to lighten skin tone. Besides this, it also tighten skin muscles and increase its flexibility.
Vinegar cleans skin by removing impurities from skin. It treats itching problems and also tone up skin.
Sugar maintains the balance of Oil on skin and keeps skin smooth and soft. It also reduces spots from skin.
Method of Use:
- First of all, wash and dry the area you want to wax
- Use something like Spatula and apply Ayur Cold Wax on your skin and make a thin layer
- Place cloth on the wax and press it
- After that, pull the cloth/wax quickly in opposite direction to your hair’s growth
Using Wax may give rise to some problems like ingrown hairs, red bumps, and minor bleeding. Test it on a small area or consult your physician before using Wax.
Manufactured By: Ayur Herbals
Country of Origin: Product of India
Product Weights: 17.63 OZ (500 Grams)
Storage Instructions: Keep in Dry and Cool Place
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