HK Wax Center – Austin Arbor wants our clients to have the best brazilian waxing experience possible. A lot of companies will forget the most important part of aftercare for a brazilian or bikini wax: skin care! The products you use after a wax can greatly affect your results. So, we went out and found the best brazilian waxing post care product out there to ensure you keep coming back time and time again!
Why Use Products?
Skin care products work wonders when you use the correct ones after a bikini waxing appointment. Your hair will start to change after you continuously get waxed. The hair will become softer and finer since it is being pulled from the root each time. This means it might have a harder time pushing through the skin which results in an ingrown hair. However, you can help prevent this from happening! AKA, this is when skin care products come into play! Certain acids and ingredients can assist ingrowns and blemishes from ever being a problem for you. But not all products are supposed to be used on your bikini area. So make sure to talk to your Esthetician before using a product to make sure all the ingredients are safe.
PFB Vanish is our favorite post brazilian waxing product for multiple reasons. This serum contains 3 of the best acids for eliminating ingrowns, razor burn and bumps: Glycolic Acid, Salicylic Acid and Lactic Acid./p>
- Glycolic Acid: Glycolic Acid is the holy grail for exfoliation. It will remove the outermost layer of dead skin cells to reveal smoother, younger skin. Made up of small molecules, glycolic acid can easily penetrate the skin and is very affective for ingrown hairs.
- Salicylic Acid: Salicylic Acid is one of acne’s biggest antagonists. The acid will help dissolve the type of debris that clogs pores and causes acne. It also aides in drying out and loosening the pore to help regulate skin cell turnover.
- Lactic Acid: Lactic Acid is a larger molecule which hydrates the skin. It will stimulate collagen production and encourage the outermost layer of skin to shed quicker. This will help cell turnover to reveal softer skin and prevent the natural oils from escaping.
PFB Vanish is best if used after a shower when the pores are warm and open. This makes it easier for the serum to seep into the skin. You can also spot treatment with PFB Vanish if an ingrown or blemish is being more stubborn than normal. It also contains antibacterial ingredients which help keep bacteria and infection away. We truly believe this product is the best post waxing skin care for all hair removal options, not just waxing! For more tips to getting a perfect brazilian wax, click here.
PFB Vanish Product Review Video
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I just came across your blog and thought I’d ask you for some advice! I’m a middle aged male with more hair than I’d like to show. I have tried waxing and sugaring at various times in the past few years. My problem areas are upper arms, buttocks and I get a Brazilian as well.
Unfortunately I have a problem with ingrown hairs and scarring from them. I have tried everything. I use PFB with Chromabright (even the new ultra) daily, Bio-Oil occasionally, a retinol-based moisturizer daily, exfoliating scrubs and brushes a couple times a week as well as Dr. Fred Summit Skin Whitener daily. I do my best not to pick at hairs with a tweezer but sometimes I have to get the deep ones I know will turn into dark scars if not dug up.
The problem is not getting better. Before I was embarassed to wear T-shirts because of hair but now its because of scars and ingrowns. I have a super early work day and its really hard to keep up with all of these things in the morning and I usually am too tired to moisturize or whatnot before bed…but I try my best.
Any ideas? I am seriously considering biting the bullet and getting a Groupon for laser but I still have the scars to deal with. Any product or regimen you can suggest that’s better than what I’m doing?
Sorry to bother you…I’m just frustrated and you’re videos are generally interesting and informative!