Mobile Hair Removal Waxing Treatments
Waxing originated in Egypt. In 1150 BC, it was reported that the bodies of women in Ramses III harem were smooth and hairless. It is possible that body waxing was practiced even earlier in Egypt dating back to 3000 BC. The handsome Roman bourgeois men liked their legs smooth. Methods of hair removal ranged from cocoa shells to resins and at times extreme to include bat’s blood for waxing eyebrows. Emperor Augustus (63 BC) caused scandals with his waxing’s. For beauty conscious Romans waxing the entire body was common. In their political campaign especially Neron and Popee’ waxing’s was evident; it included the waxing of the chest, underarms, legs, arms, upper lip and nose. During the Middle Ages hairy skin ruled. But that changed with the return of the crusaders from Africa who brought natural resins that revolutionized the practice of waxing. Women began to detest unpleasant body hair and went through extremes to prevent the re-growth of hair after waxing. Unusual ingredients such as arsenic sulphur, liquid chalk, bats, frog blood and ash with vinegar were among many practices. Since the 80’s body waxing saw an increase in the numbers of women that wax. Today intimate waxing (known as Brazilian) is wildly popular followed by legs, underarms, facial and backs.
Covering Cheltenham, Stow On The Wold, Moreton in Marsh, Evesham, Chipping Norton, Burford, Bourton-on-the-Water and Upper Rissington and the surrounding areas.
Mobile Hair Removal Waxing Price List
"I love how prickly your legs feel" said no-one ever!
This 15-minute treatment is about shaping the eyebrows. It works well in conjunction with the eyelash and brow tint treatment.
Half Leg Wax Treatment
In this 30-minute treatment, the leg is waxed between the ankle to just above the knee.
Full Leg Wax Treatment
In this 45-minute treatment, the leg is waxed from the ankle to the hip.
This 30-minute treatment will include from the lower back to the top of the shoulders. This treatment will include from the lower back to the top of the shoulders.