There are typically two types of wax products used by beauticians and parlors for waxing, synthetic and organic. Synthetic wax is cheap but it contains skin irritants. Beauticians prefer organic waxes which keep the skin hydrated and rejuvenated.
Wax Products – Attributes of Skin Waxes
Skin is a very sensitive part of the body. Therefore you must never use products which take away suppleness from the skin. Use wax products which have been procured organically or scour out products that have natural extracts to keep the skin soft and lustrous after the hair removal procedures have been completed. Beauticians and skin experts recommend wax products with tree tea oil and chamomile as these ingredients provide nourishment and moisture to the skin after waxing. These wax products heals skin scars, erases blemishes and can cure persistent problems of acne. Moreover you can also go for products which have lemon extracts. Lemons aid removal of dead cells and facilities growth of healthy skin cells which is important for skin elasticity. Beeswax, jojoba wax and several types of flower waxes are good for skin.
Wax Heater – Types and Styles
There are two variants of wax heaters available in the market. A conventional wax heater contains an electric pot to heat the wax and then a spatula is used to apply the hot wax on the skin. However wax rollers are also popular these days. These are actually cylindrical plastic cartridges filled with solid wax. The entire cartridge is placed inside a heater to liquidate the wax and then the hand held cartridge is applied directly to pour the wax on the skin. The advantage is that you can heat several cartridges all at the same time and it is definitely less messy than a spatula. You can have several usable cartridges ready for use. Moreover cartridges have an insulated body and the wax inside remains warm and usable for long hours.
Wax Pot – Cleaning Tips
Wax pots that come with heaters are of various shapes and sizes and cleaning these pose a challenge. Acquire special dedicated lubricants to clean a wax pot. Use only reputed brands which can rinse out minute traces of solidified old wax. Contaminations must be prevented at all costs because several stubborn contagious skin infections often can be traced back to these equipments. You must first take out traces of stale wax by mildly heating the pot and then apply the cleaner generously and leave the instrument for a few minutes with the cleaner. Wash it clean with cold water and after the process is complete check the instrument thoroughly for any kind traces.