FAQ's

If you have any other questions not seen below, please feel free to call the studio at 424-256-6556, email us directly at hello@esthetixla.com or go ahead and submit your questions through our CONTACT page....

Q: What payment methods are available?
A: If I didn't have bills to pay and got to travel the world for free, I'd say you could pay me in cheese and wine, so for now we accept cash or credit card payments only (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover).

Q: How long should my hair be before I come in to get waxed?
A: Depending on how fast your hair grows, but proper length should be between 2-3 weeks worth.

 Q:  What steps do you recommend I take after I get waxed?
 A :  If it is your first time it may feel a little uncomfortable, but it really depends on the coarseness of your hair and how your skin reacts to the process.  Try not to wear any super tight clothing or anything materials that will rub and increase irritation.

Q: Should I shave between my waxing appointments?
A:  Absolutely not! Not only does it mess up your growth cycle, shaving my cause ingrown hairs, redness and irritation.

Q: When should I NOT get waxed, is it ever dangerous?
A: As you can imagine, if you have any type of cut, scratch or burn (sunburn or laser burn) we'd recommend you to hold off.  Generally we will not wax you if you are using Retinal products of any kind on or around the areas you desire to get waxed or taking Accutane. 

Q: Can I get waxed while on my period?

A: Sure, but you most likely will be more sensitive the closer you are to your cycle, so some recommend to pop an ibuprofen to help with the pain.

Q: What type of products do you use for facials?
A: We always gave a variety of products on hand but for some facials we use SIRCUIT® Cosmeceuticals.  They are 100% fresh, pure concentrated skin treatment solutions with no fillers, artificial colors, preservatives or added fragrances. Sircuitskin produces products that works for every skin type and are boosted with amazing antioxidants.  Think of them as fresh off the vine, rather than canned fruit!.

 

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