How do you categorize your skin? Please check all that apply for season
Dry Normal Combination Oily Sensitive
How long has it been since your last facial treatment?
Within the last year, have you been under the care of a physician, dermatologist, or plastic surgeon for any reason?
If yes, please explain briefly:
Are you currently taking any medications including topical medications, such as Accutane, Retin-A, or any other prescription skin care? Please include vitamins and herbal supplements.
Have you had any recent facial surgery including microdermabrasion, high percentage peels or laser surgery?
Have you had facial waxing, hair removal, or sunbathing services within the last 48 hours?
Are you pregnant?
If yes, how far along?
Do you wear contacts?
Do you wear a Hearing Aid?
Please check any conditions that the skin therapist should be aware of:
What Skin Care Products are you currently using? Please note all that apply and include any that were prescribed by a physician.
To insure successful hair removal results, before and after waxing, please read:
- Avoid any topical prescriptions for 3 weeks prior to waxing and 10 days after. Products include:
AHA’s, BHA’s, glycolic acid, salicylic acid and retinol derivatives
- Waxing isn’t recommended for persons suffering from diabetes or who have varicose veins or poor circulation as they are susceptible to infection.
- Waxing is never done on clients taking Accutane and isn’t recommended for clients taking RetinA, Renova, Differin or other types of skin thinning acne medications.
- It is suggested that you allow your hair to grow at least 14 days prior to your waxing appt.
- It is very important to be on a consistent waxing schedule (every 4-6 weeks) when beginning a waxing routine. Hair will grow back less as the root is destroyed & you will be able to wait longer between sessions.
- Shaving in between waxing appointments encourages ingrown hairs, and makes hair more difficult to remove by waxing because is becomes more coarse
- Hair removal around the perineum and labia is often coarse and grows in several different directions. It will take a consistent waxing regimen without shaving in between to remove all the hair in these areas. Bruising, bleeding, and/or tearing of the skin could occur due to the sensitivity of these areas.
**Another option is to gradually remove more hair each appointment until the Brazilian look is achieved.
- Waxing should never be done on areas of the skin affected by warts, pimples, moles, or rashes
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