Welcome to Bookwell, the best place to find salons and clinics in Mooroolbark. When it's time for your next Waxing and Hair removal treatment, we make it so simple to compare services, prices, and reviews. Whether you're after waxing or eyebrow waxing, there's a spot near you just waiting for your booking. Go on, have a browse. Bookwell will take it from there.
Efficiency is the name of the game when it comes to men's waxing. You want skill and precision from your tech, which is where we come in. We work with the best businesses in Mooroolbark, so you can be confident you're booking with someone who knows what they're doing.
We hope it’s never been easier to make time for you and squeeze in your next treatment, now that you've discovered Bookwell. Book all your Waxing and Hair removal treatments in Mooroolbark instantly. We are making your life easier when it comes to finding what you're after. See a business not listed? Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 1300-856-405, so we can make sure they're added in.
Make sure you avoid excessive sun exposure, swimming pools and exfoliating. Your skin has been through something, so let it rest for a minimum of 48 hours before hitting it up with anything too rough. Allowing the skin to breathe with loose and comfortable clothing is also ideal.
Men's waxing costs $45 on average.
Men's waxing appointments take about 30 minutes on average.
This depends on how quickly your hair grows. It is recommended that anywhere between four to six weeks is ideal. If you leave it for any longer the thickness and density of your hair will return. It will also be a little bit more painful if you leave it for longer periods between treatments, so don't miss your next appointment, your chest won't be happy about it.
Exfoliate the day before, but keep away from the moisturiser for at least 24 hours before your treatment. We know, scaly skin is never cute, but you want the best results from your appointment. Make sure your hair is long enough, 8mm - 15mm is ideal, about as long as a grain of rice.