1. How long will your face or brow wax last?
Typically, your wax will last 2-3 weeks before you begin to see any regrowth, but as you wax your face more regularly, the density and amount of hair may decrease.
2. Why is there a residue when tearing off the wax?
The edge residue is caused by the fact that when you apply it, the edges are too thin and do not match the internal pressure. When there is residue, use the torn wax to press the residual wax to remove it.
3. Why is the wax too stretchy?
Fundamental mistakes during the heating process can cause your wax to heat at the wrong temperature setting. Heating your wax at the wrong temperature setting can lead to your wax being too stretchy. Typically, when the wax solution is too flexible the wax temperature is too cold. We recommend turning up the temperature on your FEMIRO wax warmer until the wax has reached a honey-like consistency.
4. Why is the wax not removing any hair?
Fundamental mistakes during the heating, application, and removal process of the wax can lead to hairs being left behind. To avoid hairs being left behind when waxing, we recommend ensuring that the temperature on the FEMIRO wax warmer is at the highest setting until the wax has reached a full liquid form. Once the wax has reached a full liquid form you must lower the temperature on your warmer to a low mid-level setting and allow for the wax cool off. Proceed to wait an approximate 15-20 minutes until the wax has reached a honey-like consistency. Once the wax has reached a honey-like consistency we recommend applying a thicker layer of wax to the skin to get the rhythm or groove of the wax’s behavior creating a lip for grip to remove the strip. The density of the wax will determine the sensitivity of the wax during the removal process. The wax should rest on the skin for approximately 30-40 seconds prior to the removal. If your wax is still wet after 30-40 seconds, please allow an additional 30 seconds until the wax has dried.