Exfoliation is the process of removing dead cells from the surface of the skin by scrubbing. If you wax or trim your bikini line, exfoliation one day prior to hair removal will help prevent ingrown hairs. Exfoliation brings hair to the surface and removes dead skin for smoother results. The bikini area is more sensitive than the rest of your skin, so put down the fragranced scrubs and plump for a gentle, Natural, and pH balanced exfoliator. Jayne Green the mobile Waxologist in Bristol recommends exfoliating the bikini area before coming in for a wax. Not only does this leave you clean and fresh for the procedure, it helps the hair come out easier.
Step into a warm shower and clean your pubic area with a Natural Intimate Cleanser. Stand under the water for a few minutes to open up the pores.
Gently massage Intimate Bump-Free Scrub in to your bikini area in a circular motion for 2-5 minutes. If you are exfoliating before a wax, wash the entire surface on which hair grows. But, do not exfoliate the inner labia. Rinse your skin with warm water and gently pat dry with a clean towel.
Apply a thin layer of Intimate Calming Mask Apply a layer of the mask into entire intimate area. It can also be extended to the inner thigh if needed. Remove after 20 minutes. Rinse your skin well with warm water and pat it dry with a soft towel.
Do not apply Intimate cream to the area prior to a wax. If you are exfoliating after shaving or several days after waxing, you can apply Intimate resurfacing Lightening cream as it helps the skin to restore the hydration and even out the skin tone.
Shave in the direction your hair grows and never against. This lessens your chance of ingrown hairs and irritation.
Exfoliate only once or twice each week.