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Sunscreen? Check. Obnoxiously big hat? Check. Bathers? Check. A wax to match the seam line of your new bathing suit? ... If you're stuck on that final check, don't fret. You can get in for a little bikini wax for as little as $5 in Melbourne pronto. You can be your silky self and sip that margarita poolside stress-free.
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Let the skin breathe and recover for the first 24 hours. You want to avoid irritation at all costs, so steer away from scented lotions, exfoliants, saunas, vigorous exercise and the sun.
Unfortunately, this isn't a super straightforward answer. There a few variables to take into consideration, for instance, how long have you been waxing for? How fast does your hair grow? The overarching bracket is roughly every three to six weeks, depending on these factors.
Getting a bikini wax costs $50 on average.
A bikini wax appointment takes about 45 minutes on average.
Getting a little wax-on and wax-off should be timed strategically. If you have an occasion on the horizon, it's best to get your wax two to three days before the big date, allowing the skin to fully settle and recover. You also want to try and avoid the time around your menstrual cycle, this can make the area ultra-sensitive and cause unnecessary additional discomfort.