Lip & Chin£7
Half Leg Wax£10
Full Leg Wax£20
Full leg inc standard Bikini Wax£22
Standard Bikini Wax
High Bikini Line
Hollywood £20
Underarm Wax£6
Forearm Wax£7
Full arm Wax£15


Full Back and Shoulder Wax£20
Top of Back and Shoulders£18
Eyebrow Grooming£7
Chest Wax£15
Waxing Do’s and Dont’s

Do not shave the desired spot before waxing

Your hair should be at least 6-8 mm long, any hairs shorter than that will not get pulled out.

Don't drink a lot of caffeine or alcohol

While having a couple glass of wine or beer before getting waxed sounds like a great idea, stimulants in the system can cause skin to be extra sensitive to waxing. Give yourself a couple hours after drinking coffee or alcohol before getting waxed. Instead, drink a lot of water to hydrate your body and skin.

What should i do after waxing?

Avoid sun exposure to the waxed area for at least 48 hours. Do not exfoliate the waxed area for at least 48 hours.

Do NOT tweeze in between waxing visits

Every hair you tweeze will set you back. Our hair grows in three cycles. When you wax your body knows there is no hair and it needs to start growing. If you tweeze some hair as it begins to sprout, you are sending these hairs into different stages. So the next time you go to wax, you might see new hair growth sooner than you did the first time.

Do NOT tan or sunbath 24 hours before or after waxing

After waxing, avoid tanning and extended sun exposure for 48 hours. You will want to avoid hot showers or baths, sauna and steam room use immediately following the service. Scented lotions, perfumes, or colognes should be avoided for 48 hours.

Don’t allow direct heat on the skin for at least 24hrs after waxing: sunbathing, solarium, hot shower, sauna or steam room use. This can traumatize & burn new skin, as the dead skin layer has been removed with the hairs during waxing.

Do use a body scrub

While the skin on the face is generally exfoliated enough in terms of waxing, the body needs a little extra help. A somewhat gritty body scrub will help rid dead cells around skin pores and hair follicle, providing an easier exit.