Waxperts Waxing


Waxperts wax began in 2008 in Waxperts, a waxing only salon in Dublin, Ireland.

Every wax brand on the market had been used but were too hot or too brittle, leaving clients extremely uncomfortable and red. Waxperts was designed and formulated for use in their own salon.

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Waxwaxperts 3perts has been designed for use on sensitive skin types to achieve a smooth, pain free, easy wax with little or no redness. Waxperts strip wax was formulated to be applied thinly, so it would then glide off during removal and leave no sticky residue.

The days of simply ripping out a clients hair have gone!

Fully trained and Waxperts certified in all areas of waxing including female intimate waxing, Body Embrace uses the latest technology in waxing.  

Please check our list of contra-indications below. At Body Embrace we take your health seriously.

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Requires medical referral:

  • Medicine-controlled diabetes – waxing should only be performed after clearance given by a GP

We will not perform waxing if the following contra-indications are in/on the area to be waxed:

  • Skin disorder/diseases
  • Urinary infections/disease
  • Allergies to products during waxing services, in particular to surgical spirit if being used as a skin cleanser or sticking plasters (rosin is contained in the adhesive of some makes), which is an indicator of a potential allergy
  • Lavender allergy (Lavender essential oil is used throughout the Waxperts range)
  • If using skin thinning medication, i.e. steroids or acne medication

We will perform waxing but must avoid areas where the following contra-indications occur:

  • Odema
  • Excess surface veins
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STI’s)
  • Vascular disorders
  • Hypersensitive skin
  • Moles
  • Warts
  • Scar tissue under 6 months old
  • Recent cosmetic surgery
  • Recent piercings and tatoos
  • Infected ingrown hairs
  • Prickly heat
  • Skin tags
  • External haemorrhoids
  • Cold sores
  • Eye infections
  • Use of Retin A and AHA/BHA skincare, skin peels, e.g. glycolic acids, steroid creams
  • Recent laser treatments, micro-dermabrasion or dermabrasion
  • Epilepsy

A Client consultation card must be signed and dated to prove that you have been given the correct advice, completed the required information and agreed the treatment plan.

Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian who must sign a consent form.