24 Daily Wax Strips Body 40 pack

$11.99

Description and use

Follow the directions for use. Suitable for use on armslegs and bikini line. Not suitable for the breast nipple genital or perianal areas. Do not use on broken skin moles varicose veins or irritated skin. If adverse reactions have occurred to waxes in the past do not use this product. Do not use on any skin related disorders and check with your Doctor if taking medications such as oral retinoids and diabetic medication. Test your skin reaction by applying the wax and finishing touch wipe to a small section of the area you wish to wax. After 24 hours if there is no adverse reaction you can commence waxing. Do not use within 2 hours of showeringbathing or sunbathing.

Dosage

1. Ensure the skin is clean dry and free of oils and moisturisers. For best results hair should be between 2-5mm long. 2. Wax Strips are only effective when warm. To warm - rub the wax strips between hands for 10 seconds. 3. Gently pull the strips apart exposing the wax surface. 4. With the wax side facing the skin firmly smooth the strip in the same direction as hair growth for approximately 10 seconds ensuring strip is securely fixed to the ski 5. Holding the skin taut to avoid discomfort quickly pull the strip back on itself agains the direction your hair growskeeping the strip as close to the skin as possible. 6. Remove excess wax on skin with either a finishing touch wipe (included) or tissue moistened with baby oil.

Active Ingredients

Wax Strips: Polycyclopentadiene Parraffinum LiquidumCera Microcristallina Cl 26100. After Wax Wipes: Parraffinum LiquidumPhenoxyethanol FragranceMethylparaben.

Storage and Disposal

Store below 30""C.

Warnings

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. In case of ingestion,consult a Doctor immediately. If you experience burning or discomfort, stinging or tingling, rinse the area thoroughly with water and/or apply a cold compress. If symptoms persist seek medical advice. For first aid advice contact the Poisons Information Centre Australia on 131126 or see a doctor.