MANZILIAN WAX TREATMENT
Also known as 'Butt, Sac and Crack'. As much or as little hair removed from the groin, pubic triangle, penis, scrotum, buttocks and anal area. Your treatment is preformed by a female therapist specifically trained and experienced in male intimate waxing, so need to feel nervous or uncomfortable. You may experience temporary physical arousal in response to application of products in preparation to your treatment, this is very common and usually subsides fairly rapidly.
Please ensure you are well hydrated the day before and the day of your treatment. This will reduce discomfort during your treatment. You may find pain relief tablets 20 minutes prior to treatment and anti-histamines for a couple of days before your treatment will reduce discomfort and minimise any reactions.
We ask that you shower/bathe prior to your treatment and refrain from physical activities, swimming, sunbathing and use of sunbeds, steam rooms and saunas for 24 hours before and after any hair removal treatment. You will need to avoid sexual activity for 48 hours after treatment. Please avoid applying any products to the area including moisturiser, creams, oils, anti-perspirants, deodorants, cologne, aftershave or talcum powder.
For best results you will need at least half a centimeter of hair growth and no more than two centimeters. You may need to trim the area this will help to minimise any pain. We understand this may be physically challenging, when booking please let us know to allow extra time to trim areas prior to your treatment.
Please book waxing treatments for holidays at least 48 hours prior to departure.
All clients are required to complete a skin analysis consultation card. This will help your therapist investigate your skin concerns and ensure suitability for treatment.
You will be required to remove clothing from the lower part of your body and wear disposable pants to protect modesty.
STEP 1 - CONSULTATION
Your therapist will assess your skin to ensure suitability for the treatment. There are some conditions that are not suitable for waxing treatments
- Clients taking Roaccutane or applying steroid creams (less than 6 months)
- Contagious skin conditions
- Hemorrhage or bruising on the skin
- Recent scar tissue (less than 6 months)
- Sunburnt or chafed skin
- Folliculitis (follicle infection)
- Defective circulation
The following may restrict your treatment
- Hairy moles
- Heat rash
STEP 2 - PRE-WAX SKIN STERILISATION
Your pores will be opened during the treatment. Special cleansing solution is applied to the area to remove impurities and reduce risk of follicle infection. A pre-wax barrier oil is applied to the area.
STEP 3 - WAXING HAIR REMOVAL
Due to the sensitivity of this area we use 'hot wax' for this treatment. Working in small sections, wax is applied with a spatula against the direction of hair growth. This sets hard whilst attaching to the hair follicles. Once set your skin is stretched to minimise discomfort, your therapist removes the wax with a flicking action in either the opposite or same direction as hair growth. You may be required to assist in stretching the skin in certain areas. Your therapist will assess your response to the treatment and adjust timings between applying wax to ensure a more suitable recovery period, for your initial treatment we normally increase your treatment time to allow for this.
STEP 4 - AFTER-WAX
Cooling tea-tree and chamomile lotion is applied to the area, this will help to remove any residual wax, guard against infection and soothe the newly waxed area.
You will be left to dress, before your therapist will take you through your aftercare.