Hive 24K Warm Wax is a luxurious and refined all-purpose warm wax with a glamourous golden shimmer produces results as good as it looks. Inspired by the incredible natural benefits it offers, Pure White beeswax has been fundamental in creating this wax. Pure White Beeswax is rich in Vitamin A, deeply moisturising, it helps protect the skin, and has therapeutic and anti-inflammatory properties. The addition of a bespoke selection of active ingredients ensures the 24K Warm Wax provides premium levels of function and performance. Suitable for direct insertion into 0.5 Litre (500cc) wax heaters or decanting directly into 1 Litre (1000cc) Wax heaters.
‘The 24K Collection is waxing in its purest form’!
Hive 24K Warm Wax Features:
Cruelty & Paraben Free
Suitable for all skin hair types
Can be used for full body waxing
Contains Pure White Beeswax and Glyceryl Rosinate
How to apply warm wax:
Firstly wipe over the area to be treated with Pre-Wax Spray
Then test the wax on your wrist to check the temperature.
Test a small patch of the wax on the client and ask them if the temperature is ok.
Q: Why is the warm wax too thick?
A: Check the wax’s temperature and turn the heater up as it may be too cool
Q: Why won’t the wax strip come off?
Is the warm wax too thick?
Did you cleanse the area first? If not there could be dirt or oil on the skin creating a barrier
Is the hair too long? – if so trim it
Have you held the skin taught enough?
Is the skin cold or dry?
Q: Why won’t the hair come out?
Is the hair too long? If so trim it
Did you hold the skin taught when you applied the warm wax and not just when you removed it?
The hairs may have been too short so remove with tweezers.
Q: Why is the skin very red after warm waxing?
Check the temperature of your wax and turn your wax heater down.
Ask the client if this is a normal skin reaction for them.
Do not keep waxing over the same area.
Q: Why is there spots of blood on the client’s skin after warm waxing?
Blood spotting is very common with people who shave as the follicles are large and it’s a tiny amount of blood rising to the top.
Q: Why has my client got stubble a few days after warm waxing?
Sometimes hair can be brittle and may just have broken due to no fault of yours.
Did you remove the strip in the wrong direction rather than in line with the body?
The strip should be pulled almost flat to the body and not towards the ceiling.
If your client is a regular shaver, it can take a few waxes before the stubble reduces.
Q: Why has the skin got purple marks on it after the wax strip was removed?
Was the hair too long?
Stretch the skin taut and position the client to maximise skin stretching
Make sure that the warm wax is applied thinly as thick wax can cause bruising.
Don’t keep going over the same area.
Q: The skin has lifted or torn; what do I do?
A: Apply antiseptic cream and tell them to go to the GP if it doesn’t heal.