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Waxing Risks in China

Waxing Risks in China

Waxing Risks in China

We understand that some people may opt for home delivery service or local small shops because it’s cheap and convenient. We would like to share with you some tips to make sure that you do this without any risks because we care about the industry standards and your safety in general...

Questions to ask for safer waxing:

Do technicians wash or sanitize their hands before treatment, and wear disposable latex gloves?

Is the paper or linen on the table changed after each client?

Have you noticed double-dipping? ‘Once a disposable stick has touched the client’s skin, it should never be dipped in the wax again,’.

Are there pump bottles for lotions, to eliminate the risk of cross-contamination?

Are tweezers and other instruments disinfected after each client?

Does the spa look clean?

What kind of products do they use, it it bought on local markets or internet, or is imported products with registered official hygiene certificates?

Infections and allergic reactions is a reality and can be avoided by being assertive. In any case, if the prices are very low and the hygiene standards look suspicious, run away!