COVID-19 Procedures FAQ

This FAQ relates to all services including:

In order to help reduce the possible spread of COVID-19, our salon team members are implementing the following additional measures:

  • All high customer contact areas including the reception areas, eftpos machines, iPads, and treatment rooms will be cleaned on a regular basis using an appropriate disinfectant. High touch point areas include doors, door handles, the counter, the waiting area, cabinets, treatment beds and pillows.
  • There will be hand sanitiser at the front counter and in each of the treatment rooms (where supply is available).
  • Salon team members may request all customers to use the hand sanitising gel supplied and to please cover coughs/sneezes and dispose of tissues appropriately.
  • Our Standard Operating Procedure for all treatments is for all team members to wear disposable gloves for each treatment or service undertaken.

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Yes we do. Please call your local salon for more information.

There are no side effects as such. There is a possibility of ingrown hairs and some redness on the area which will pass in 24 to 48 hours. Call your local salon for more details.

Shaving involves a razor which cuts the hair giving it a sharp, pointy end which means it can burrow into the skin easier creating ingrown hairs. At the same time shaved hair will grow back thicker and coarser.

Waxing removes hair from the root, which means the hair will grow back softer.

No the best time to spray time is one or two days after your wax treatment.

Because male hair is thicker, males are more likely to get ingrown hairs. It’s important to purchase home care products, especially a loofah mitt and Ingro Stopper to keep the waxed hair from burrowing in to the skin.  Ask our waxing specialists in salon for more details.