Waxing – Soft Wax Or Hard Wax

Waxing is one of the best and most popular hairs removal methods. Its popularity is based on several factors including efficiency and relatively low cost. An improperly made wax mask can lift the skin and make permanent scarring. For safety reasons and to get the best results, wax masks should be left to professionals, especially in areas that are difficult to access and sensitive. 

If you are determined to do it yourself, it is highly recommended that you see a wax mask specialist at least once so that you can figure out how to do it right before trying it yourself. There are professionals for waxing like Strip: Ministry of Waxing (Hong Kong) can be considered for waxing help.

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Whether you are a professional or a home user, it is important to follow some basic guidelines to achieve safe and effective waxing results. This article describes the main concepts for waxing, as well as the basic techniques and best practices for waxing with soft wax safely and effectively. The next article describes the techniques and best practices for hard wax.

First, we need to determine the difference between soft wax and hard wax. It should be noted at first that the difference in quality from one brand of wax to the next can be huge. Cheap wax usually uses an inferior raw material, resulting in a lesser and safer final product.

Both soft and hard removal waxes are designed to melt and apply to the skin. The main difference is how the product can "heal" or "dry out" the skin and get rid of it. The soft wax heals slowly and remains sticky. After application, it must be removed with a wax mask (a piece of cloth made for this purpose). Hard wax, often called streak-free wax, hardens so hard that it can be removed without tape.