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Face & Body Wax in Kitchener
Face & Body Wax in Waterloo
Men's Waxing in Kitchener
Men's Waxing in Waterloo

Full Legs $65 +HST

Removes hair from ankle to hip – includes feet & toes| 60 min.


Upper Leg $45 +HST

Removes hair from knee to hip – does not include feet & toes| 45 min.


Lower Leg $45 +HST

Removes hair from knee to ankle – includes feet & toes| 30 min.


Feet & Toes $15 +HST

Removes hair from tops of feet & toes| 5 min.


Underarm $25 +HST | 15 min.


Full Arms $40 +HST

Removes hair from wrist to shoulder – includes hands & fingers | 35 min.

Half Arms $30 +HST

Removes hair from upper or lower arm – lower arm includes hands & fingers| 30 min.

Hands & Fingers $10  +HST


Full Back, Shoulders & Neck $65 +HST | 45 min.

Upper Back $40 +HST

Removes hair from neckline to mid-back| 15 min.

Lower Back $40 +HST

Removes hair from mid-back to waist line. | 15 min.

Shoulders $25 +HST |15 min.

Neck $25  +HST|10 min.


Abdomen and Chest  $65 +HST

Removes hair from neck to pant line.|60 min.


Chest $45 +HST

Removes hair from upper torso.| 30 min.


Full Stomach $40 +HST

Removes hair from below chest to pant line |15 min.


Bikini line Wax $35 +HST

Removes all hair outside the panty line and on top – does not include Back bottoms. | 25 min.


Buttocks Wax $35 +HST

Removes all hair on the bum cheeks – includes all of the hair between the cheeks. | 25 min.

Prices may be changed at any time without further notice. We reserve the right to change our services & product's prices at

any time without further notice.

After your appointment, there are a few additional things that you can do after your wax care to ensure that your skin stays smooth and free of bumps or breakouts, which are some of the most common problems after a bikini wax.

Stay Out of the Water: Newly waxed skin is vulnerable to infection, which is why you’ll want to give yourself a bit of time to heal before getting into the water. Sources of standing water in particular, such as showers and pools, are a concern and should be avoided for 24-48 hours after a wax. Showers are fine after the procedure.


Keep Your Hands to Yourself: It may be tempting to check out your newly smooth skin. However, you’ll want to wait at least a day before running your fingers down there. This is because your fingers are likely to introduce bacteria to the newly sensitized region.


Chill-Out: Because the newly waxed area is more sensitive and more susceptible to invading bacteria, it’s best to avoid heat, sweat, and friction after your wax. For at least 24 hours, you’ll want to avoid saunas, tanning beds, and even the gym. 


Wait for Sex: Give yourself about 2 days, or 24-48 hours, to recover from the wax before engaging in any sexual activity.


Keep it Loose: Avoid tight and constricting clothing for a few days after your wax. This helps the area heal faster and avoids friction, which can cause sweat and bacteria buildup.


Soothe Irritation: There is a variety of high-quality products that are designed to help soothe post-waxing irritation. You’ll want to start with something that isn’t too oily, such as a soothing, menthol-based gel, and then progress to post wax refreshing creams. About two days after the wax, you can also use oils or TCA peel to help ensure smoothness and tightness.


Exfoliate: Two days after your wax, use a good quality exfoliant to help avoid ingrown hairs. You can make your own exfoliant or shop the variety of premade goodies such as O'Cosmedics Exfoliant Cleanser.

Remember, that exfoliating too soon can cause additional irritation to your skin, so you should definitely wait for the 48-hour mark, or even longer if your skin is particularly sensitive.


Other Tips:

  • New bumps are usually from irritation, while older bumps are from ingrown hairs

  • Timing is key to having a positive waxing experience. Avoid scheduling during your period, and give yourself at least two days away from the gym and from any strenuous activity.

  • It’s normal to have post-waxing bumps, and they can last for a day after your wax. Although, using a soothing gel or cream can help you get rid of the bumps faster

  • Avoid contaminating the area with your fingers and avoid activities that cause friction.

  • Exfoliating two days after your wax helps get rid of ingrown hairs

  • If bumps persist or become itchy, you may be experiencing an allergic reaction. An over the counter allergy medication like Claritin may help, but if the problem persists, call your doctor. It’s also a good idea to contact the studio to get the names of the products that were used, so you know what to avoid in the future. 

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