Waxing reduces hair growth when performed at every four to five weeks. While shaving crops the hair at the skin's surface, waxing pulls it out by the root, so it grows back softer, finer, and thinner. Waxing is great for those who are tired of the hassle of shaving several times per week.
It is recommended to gently exfoliate with a mild scrub, brush or mitt about a couple of days before waxing to remove dead skin cells that surround the hair follicles. Exfoliating helps loosen existing ingrown hairs and improves your waxing result. Please note there must be no exfoliating right before waxing, and wear loose clothes attending to waxing appointment.
Waxing should last anywhere from 3 to 6 weeks, depending on your personal hair growth, the location of your wax, and the accuracy of the application.
Not only does waxing keep hair off long, but it comes in less coarse and thick. Because waxing pulls the hair out with the root, it makes it harder to grow back. Waxing can be better for sensitive skin. Shaving can cause ingrown hairs, reaction to the metal of the razor, and dry your skin.