Why Waxing Is Good For Your Skin

Did you know that waxing can be good for your skin?  Regular waxing can help exfoliate, slow regrowth, and cause thinner hair regrowth.

Exfoliation: Waxing has an exfoliation effect on skin which is why you might notice smoother, softer skin after a waxing session.  As soon as wax is applied to the skin it starts drying up which makes dead skin stick to it.  When the waxing strip is pulled, the dead skin too comes off.

Slower regrowth: Unlike with shaving, where the hair is merely cut off, hair is pulled out of the root while waxing.  This means the hair follicle will have to reproduce a new hair.  This slows down the process of re-growth considerably, cutting down the number of times you need to remove unwanted hair.

Thinner regrowth: Sometimes the hair follicle might completely stop growing a new hair after waxing.  Thus you will notice finer regrowth and less hair than you used to have.