- Dimensiones del producto: 15,2 x 12,7 x 10,2 cm ; 399 g
- Número de modelo del producto: GG330
- ASIN: B0030ZRS9I
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 4 de febrero de 2013
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº32.576 en Salud y cuidado personal (Ver el Top 100 en Salud y cuidado personal)
Gigi - Cera depilatoria de miel para ingles (396 g)
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- Profesionalmente elimina el pello corporal no deseado
- Deja al instante la piel lisa y libre de pelo
- Ideal para las zonas más delicadas
- Fórmula natural
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Make sure the wax is at the correct temperature - too hot will burn, and too cold will cause the muslin strip to rip or not adhere properly to the wax., Slight irritation is normal after any waxing session, but swollen, discolored or irritated skin could be the result of poor technique., All purpose wax, Leaves skin sleek, smooth and free of hair, Gentle enough for delicate areas, 14 oz. can
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Applying the wax: We used Gigi Accu Edge Small Applicators that we also purchased. The wax went on better when it was warmer and runnier, you could tell it was cooling off when you could feel it pulling your hair when applying. We then used Gigi's Muslin Epilating Strips to remove the wax and hair.
Clean-up: We really didn't know how to clean off the excess wax from the skin. The only thing we had and ended up working pretty well was an oil that came with a different smaller kit that I had purchased previously. Now that I know a little more about this whole waxing thing and everything needed. I would definitely recommend that if you buy this wax or any other wax that you make sure you get a wax remover product at the same time. Gigi sells a "Wax Off" product that I just found out about.
Links to the other products I mentioned above:
Applicators Gigi Accu Edge Applicators Small, 100 Count
Epilating Strips Gigi Natural Muslin Epilating Strips, Petite, 100 Count
Wax Off Gigi Wax Off, 8 Ounce
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It is a unique sensation. Not unbearable just different. I lay a dollar store plastic tablecloth on the floor before I start. Apply the wax in a thin coat in the direction of the hair growth. I use oil afterward to remove any residual wax from my skin. I apply the oil and rub it away in a warm shower.
Don’t wax near on carpet or furniture. The wax is extremely difficult to remove. If it gets on tile or linoleum us oil to remove it. It is water soluble but oil works best.
I’ve used the oil collars for the warmer. I prefer lining the warmer with aluminum foil. The wax still heats but it doesn’t get inside the warmer. The wax container is metal and cannot be used in the microwave.
You must use muslin to remove this wax but Gigi does make a hard wax.
If you hate having sand paper grind into your face when you kiss your man, or you don't like for you "miss prissy" to be agitated from his hairs scraping the skin from your nether regions then wax your man! It took some convincing but he finally gave way and let me try it on him (LOL his reactions were priceless!!) But thankfully he can tolerate it enough to keep waxing..it has made his hair finer and it takes a while to come back not the normal 5 o'clock shadow crap. So we wax his nether regions, as well as his face two points on him that can leave me with serious hair burn...
As for me i use this for my very own bikini wax, and although it hurts like a mother****** i wouldn't stop for anything. Being so clean and smooth down there is priceless and hubby thoroughly kisses away any pain after. ;)
Love GiGi, she makes wonderful products, i paired this with the GiGi warmer as well as the muslin wax.
I really like the quality of this wax. I find it very easy to apply and I almost never have to go through the same area more than twice. With that being said, I've not used razors/creams etc. more than a few times in my entire life. I'm 26 and I've been getting waxed since I was 12/13. So having seen it done to me by professionals a billion times, I'm pretty familiar with the application. Since I had a great experience with this wax I thought sharing what I do could be helpful to some people/beginners out there.
The consistency is key. It should be like honey (I actually like it just a tiny bit thicker). Too thick = you'll get a bruise, too thin = you'll burn. I use the Gigi warmer that came with the student kit. When the can is full or 2/3 full, I warm it on high for 15 minutes. If it's half or less than half full, I heat it less (around 10 minutes). Which melts half of the wax and there is an unmelted lump of wax in the middle. The reason I do this is the top center always melts the latest and by then, the rest is too runny for my taste. Waiting everything to melt and turning the warmer off and waiting for a couple of minutes could also work, but I just don't have the patience. Depending on how long it takes you to wax, you might have to turn the warmer on/off a few times to keep the consistency.
Exfoliate & Clean:
Having your skin clean and dry is important. Lotions, water, sweat & oil etc prevents you from applying the wax evenly and even if you manage to apply, it doesn't really stick to your hair so it doesn't work. I also found that exfoliation beforehand helps a lot. It takes off the dead skin & exposes the hair better.
Length of the hair:
If you are a shaver, your hair gets thicker, so it becomes more noticeable. To get results from waxing, you might have to let go for a while (week / 2 weeks depending on how fast your hair grows) and try to live with it, so it gets long enough for the wax to actually pick it up. I had to shave a couple of times and in my case, my hair grows very slow so I had to wait 2 weeks after shaving. I generally wax every 3 - 4 weeks, because the hair in my legs are very thin and they aren't noticeable before week 5.
I've read a lot of reviews about wax being messy, and it is. With every soft wax that will be the case. What I do is to put a few paper towels/old newspapers between where I pick up the wax with the spatula/applicator and where I apply it, because sometimes accidents happen and it really is a hard task to remove it from surfaces. And I recommend using a collar with this wax.
The first thing I do with every new brand or type of wax is to test it in a small area. If you have sensitive skin or allergies I would definitely recommend doing this before anything else. A little bit of redness is normal, but stay away if it makes your skin itch, swell, bruise. I actually test the wax in a small area every time I wax to check the temperature and avoid burning myself.
Powder (or don't):
For the application, some people prefer lightly (key word being light) powder the area. I only use powder on my lips where I can control the amount of wax with my fingers. In my opinion, powder is only good with oily skin or on the areas you might be sweating. My skin is dry, so I don't really need powder on my legs. Also, overdoing the powder can make your job harder than it is, make it hard to apply the wax, create clumps and make the wax useless.
I usually get enough wax to lightly cover the tip (around 1 inch in length) of the applicator. I apply a thin and even layer of wax toward the direction of my hair. I cover a small area, & try to never to cover a larger area than my palm on one go. Applying the wax to a very large area is a huge mistake I've seen my friends do. Wax dries, by the time you get to it so it gets stuck on your body, but it doesn't stick to the strips and so you have a mess on your hands. The quality of the strips are also important. The strips I got with the kit really sucked, so I bought a roll of cloth strips. This way I can cut smaller pieces for my lip without wasting any material. Oh also, you have to pull the strips fast, and in the opposite direction of the hair growth. Pulling closer to your skin and pulling it really fast minimizes the pain.
Pull your skin tight:
In areas where your skin is soft and the surface isn't tight & flat (in my case soft and wobbly inner tighs), you have to pull the skin up and tighten the area before you pull the strips. Otherwise you might pull your skin with the strip, which is crazy painful and you'll definitely get a bruise. Trying to pull the strip slowly can also cause you to get a bruise.
Get it off:
I got a Wax-off with the student kit, but to be honest I only use it if my hands get sticky as I'm waxing. I like to use baby oil, which works way better than any cream that claims to remove wax from your body. I generally wait for an hour or two after I wax, get in the shower and use baby oil with warm water to take the remaining wax off.
I thought I would try waxing my arms while I gave my legs a break and I did one test spot on the top of my arm and everything seemed fine. I didn't feel any burning sensation or pain, but then within 30 seconds a bunch of welts and blisters started to form where I had waxed on my arm and it suddenly felt like I had a 2nd degree burn.
I'm not sure if it was bad wax or if I'm just allergic to it, but even without the reaction the wax didn't do that great of a job. My leg felt like it does the day after I shave so it wasn't super smooth. I really wanted this to work for me but unfortunately I'm going to have to throw it out.