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CONTRAINDICATIONS- conditions that may prevent you from getting waxed.

***Waxing Contraindications: 

If you have diabetes and are insulin dependent, you must have a written release from your physician stating it is safe for you to have body waxing performed as this condition may sometimes cause skin to be more prone to infection, and  also vulnerable to bruising, bleeding and tearing.


You should not wax if you are taking blood thinners, oral or topical acne medication (such as Accutane.) Accutane users must be off Accutane for at least six months before getting waxed as it causes skin to become thin and easily lift and tear.


If you are using over the counter acne medication, or have skin that is being treated with Retin A, Renova or other prescription medications, those areas of the body should not be waxed as the skin may be prone to tearing, lifting or blistering.  If you are receiving other treatments such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, ect., please consult with your clinician who provided your service on when it would be safe to have that area waxed.


Sunburned skin should not be waxed. 


Please understand that The Wax Bar has these safety policies in place solely for the protection of our clients.

Age requirements bikini/brazilian:

Brazilian wax: 17 years old- must have legal guardian in treatment room every visit until minor turns 18

 Bikini wax: 13 and older- must have legal guardian in treatment room every visit until minor turns 18.


*The Wax Bar has the right to refuse service to anyone at any time.  

If any inappropriate/sexual remarks, gestures or advances are made, your service will be terminated, you will be asked to leave, and you will be fired as a client. The Wax Bar is a strictly professional business, please conduct yourself accordingly.

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