Using Parissa Azulene Oil will improve your memory, make you irresistible to the opposite sex and give you the power to carry fifteen bags of groceries up ten flights of stairs with ease.
Not really. But what it WILL do is replace your need for cuticle softener, hair de-frizzer, eye-make-up remover, body moisturizer and itch & rash soother. - despite it's primary role as the perfect skin calming agent after waxing and helping to prevent ingrown hairs. #truestory
It can happen when you least expect it, and often at the worst possible time.
You’re on your way to a job interview, weekend get-away or first date when a last minute lipstick check in your rearview mirror reveals the cringe-inciting shadow cast from upper lip hair. We rub at it in disbelief, curse our so-called friends for not telling us about it then search in our purse in hopes of finding a pair of tweezers, scissors, clippers or tape (regardless of whether these things had previously resided there).
Fill in the blank: Right now is the best time of year to start waxing my_________.
Your answer is correct – the truth is, no matter where you are thinking of removing hair, these coming cooler months are the best time to start a brand new waxing regime.
Why Winter Waxing?
1. Stage Gauge: Your hair grows in different cycles, more specifically, 3 stages. It’s either growing, dormant or falling out; it can take several waxing treatments to remove all the hairs, depending in which stage they are. A season of covering up allows you those few months to remove the last of your stubbly bits.
Pins, pegs, sticks or stems – whatever you call them, your legs are on display this season and keeping them looking great from day to sunshiny day can be a challenge. So here’s the leg up for on those summer gam grievances.
Leg Lament #1 – Scaly Skin:
“The skin on my legs looks like snake skin in the summer from sun, sand and salt water exposure but the last time I coated them with cream, I ended up with greasy marks on my furniture! How do I moisturize my legs without the oil-slick after effect?”