Best Hair Removal Waxing Kits

Updated February 2019
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Getting a wax is never a fun ordeal and when you get one done at a salon, it’s also expensive. While an in-home waxing kit won’t be painless, it’ll certainly be more gentle on your wallet. You can get whole-body waxing kits or ones designed for specific body parts. The most important thing to look for is the quality of the wax – only buy kits from trusted brands that have plenty of real reviews. You’ll usually find three main types of wax: Soft wax, which isn’t used commonly anymore; hard wax, the most popular type; and sugar, which is a newer method that is better for your skin but typically more expensive. In most kits, you’ll find a wax warmer, wax, and applicators. More expensive kits will also have pre-wax and post-wax treatment and different shaped applicators.

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