Waxing or waxing is the process of getting rid of unwanted hair on both the body and the face. This uses heated wax.
The warm, liquid resin is applied to the skin by brushing on with a spatula or a roller, letting it solidify and then pulling it off. Now the hairs are encapsulated in the resins and after this the resin is removed from the skin against the direction of hair growth.
The advantage of waxing over other hair removal methods is that the hairs are removed with the root and all. This keeps the hairs away between three to six weeks, and waxing can also damage the hair follicle, where the hair grows. As a result, the hairs come back less strong, do not return at all or are softer and thinner than before. This is one of the benefits of regular waxing.