The Benefits of Nufree Waxing

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Nufree is 100% botanical; no Chemicals, no Sugar, and no Wax.

Unlike other hair removal methods, following a Nufree hair removal treatment clients are able to tan, shower, apply make up or have other salon/spa services with no waiting.

Created and developed over 30 years ago to remove hair from patients before plastic surgery, no other type of hair removal product is more effective & safe than Nufree. Nufree is the “gold standard” in hair removal and is safe for over 98% of the body.

Since Nufree is not an actual wax, it never sticks to the skin, so clients do not experience the pain, redness, or swelling some get after a waxing treatment. After a Nufree hair removal treatment clients experience silky-smooth skin.

The way Nufree works is that it uproots the entire bulb and hair shaft while not breaking the hair off the way waxing treatments do. Nufree is the only antimicrobial, non-wax hair removal system in the world.

Patented antimicrobial and antibacterial Finipil is applied after the hair is removed with Nufree, to ensure the protection against ingrown hairs and bacteria. When combined with Nufree and used daily, it lengthens the period between hair removal treatments and helps to stunt hair regrowth.

Any and all of the parts of the body can be treated with Nufree, including eyebrows, face, bikini area, legs, arms, back, abdomen, and feet. It can be used on any part of the body because it isn’t wax and it was clinically developed for sensitive skin.

Bikini Hair Removal With Nufree

Bikini hair removal or pubic depilation is the most common and safe removal of body hair in and around the pubic area. Originally meant to prevent the pubic hair from being visible around the edges of a bikini or swimsuit, it now often includes areas covered by bikinis. As a general rule of thumb, the hair needs to be a quarter-inch long if it’s fine and half-inch long if it’s coarse.

Nufree is applied to the hair and then covered with an epilating strip. After hair is removed Finipil is applied to cool, protect and soothe the skin. Ideally, Nufree bikini hair removal should be done every two to three weeks all year round because the hair will be thinner and will start to grow more slowly. After about 18 treatments, clients usually only return for treatment only once or twice a year.

Types of Nufree Hair Removal available at Precision Wellness

  • Full-body hair removal
  • Eyebrow hair removal
  • Facial hair removal
  • Foot hair removal
  • Chest and back hair removal
  • Basic bikini
  • Brazilian bikini
  • Legs

What To Expect After a Brazilian Wax

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If you’ve never had a Brazilian wax, you may be tentative because you don’t know what to expect afterward. Or maybe you’d like some suggestions to make the aftermath a bit easier. While most women experience only mild redness or irritation, there are some other problems that may occur.

The bikini area skin is naturally very sensitive. Waxing is putting a very hot material on this already sensitive spot and abrasively removing hair from the root. So for newbies and veterans alike, here are some ways you can help minimize the negative after-effects.

Things to Avoid After a Brazilian Wax to Reduce Irritation


First, stay out of the sun after the waxing. The area is extremely sensitive to sun exposure, often leading to hyperpigmentation or the darkening of the skin pigment. After the first 24 hours, make sure the area is protected by sunscreen. Sun protection designed for babies or specifically for the face is ideal.

Heat Moisture

Next, avoid excess heat moisture to the area for the first 48 hours. What this means is staying away from saunas, steam rooms, whirlpools, or hot tubs that can irritate the vulnerable skin. A hot shower is fine, what we’re talking about here is something that is trapping hot water or heavy moisture against the skin for an extended period of time.

Heavy Exercise

Related to the heat moisture, sweat can irritate the freshly waxed skin and should be avoided for the first 24 hours. Likewise, any repetitive exercise that would cause rubbing of the area against either clothing or itself can result in irritation and possibly broken skin that may lead to infection. Gotta throw sex into this category as well. Avoid positions that involve rubbing, or convince your partner to take a 24-hour break. (maybe have it done on a Sunday so he’s too busy watching football!)

Tight Clothing

As mentioned above, if the skin is sensitive, allow the area to be free of tight clothing or materials so there is no irritation from the fibers or your own movements.

Exfoliating Scrubs or Cleansers

Ouch! The skin already has been exfoliated to the max with the wax, so give it a day or two to cool down before you use any exfoliating scrubs or cleansers.

Brazilian Wax Discomfort Remedies

You tried those hints but you still have problems? Try the following.


Baby powder lightly tapped on will soothe irritated skin. Don’t use baby oil as it could clog the pores. Likewise moisturizing creams. However, avoid baby powder if you have any actual broken skin. You don’t want anything getting into an open wound.


Waxing is never without pain, but if yours isn’t subsiding, try pain relievers like ibuprofen. For immediate results, and while in the comfort of your own home, try sitting in a cool bath or using ice cubes in a washcloth on the area. Pat dry with a soft cloth.

Rash or Broken Skin

Accidents can happen, leading to broken skin with a little bit of blood, or a rash may develop. Keep the area clean and use Polysporin once a day for 3 days. Do not use Neosporin, it contains neomycin that can be harsh or cause allergic reactions. The rash shouldn’t last more than a week and you should see normal healing.

Ingrown Hairs

A good esthetician will hunt down and remove any ingrown hairs at the time of treatment, but some may result afterward. After your 24-hour hiatus from exfoliating, resume exfoliating the area to ensure oils and skin don’t build up and result in future ingrown hairs. You can also use acne wash pads. A quick pass of the bikini area with acne medicated pads will help prevent ingrown hairs!

Don’t try this at home!

Your best bet for a positive bikini waxing experience is to see a licensed esthetician. Not only does their training ensure you experience the least amount of pain, but you’ll be in a clean, safe environment where the procedure is done right.

A bikini wax is a great way to remove unwanted hair and give you a clean, smooth look.


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