beauty treatment

If you really want to see a smooth, clean pubic region, then there is no better option than the Brazilian wax. Introduced in the late 80’s, it’s become the “go to” solution for women everywhere who want to get rid of unwanted hair on the front, back, and areas in between. If you’ve recently scheduled your first waxing, then you might be a little nervous. Here are some things you can do to ensure you are prepared for what is to come.

  1. Mental Preparation.

One of the most important things you can do before your first Brazilian wax is prepare yourself mentally. This particular wax involves removing all hair in the pubic region, anal region, and buttocks. That means you’ll need to be fully nude from the waste down. It also means you’ll be assuming some rather strange position.

To some, this can lead to some pretty embarrassing moments, especially if it’s their first time getting this type of wax. If they’ve had at least a standard bikini wax before, then they might be a little more comfortable with the idea. The important thing to remember is that there is absolutely no reason to be embarrassed.

All of the technicians performing the waxes have seen everything down there a million times before. In truth, it’s not much different than paying a visit to your regular gynecologist. These people are professionals and they want you to feel as comfortable as possible.

Mentally prepare yourself for what’s to come and you won’t be surprised when they ask you to take off your underwear. Many people choose to shower just before they go in for their appointment. It’s not mandatory, but it makes them feel more comfortable when they are asked to get naked and spread their legs.

  1. You Must Prepare The Hair.

Unfortunately, you don’t want to schedule a wax with just any wild length of hair. Your hair must be the appropriate length. If it’s too short, then the wax won’t be able to grab the hair and the process won’t work at all. If the hair is too long, then the wax will have too much hair to grab and it’s going to be very painful.

Most waxing technicians recommend not shaving for the five days prior to your appointment. This can be a little uncomfortable for some, but it’s a must-do if you want the wax to work. The hair needs to be at least one quarter of an inch in length. This is about the size of your average rice grain.


  1. Take An Advil.

Most people are worried about the pain that comes from the waxing. There’s no denying that your first wax session will hurt more than any other. Your following sessions will hurt less and less. It’s always a good idea to take an Advil right before your appointment. This will help reduce the pain during the procedure as well as keep the pain away once it is done.

After Care.

How you care for yourself afterwards is just as important as what you do before hand. Some waxing technicians recommend avoiding sexual intercourse for the next 24 hours. This might be difficult with your new, smooth body, but it friction and sweat can lead to irritation and discomfort.

Make sure to get wax ready by professional, visit and appoint your schedule to their best care.