Formulated with natural resins and beeswax, and enriched with natural extracts of vanilla and calendula (with relaxing and protective properties), Bodynatur Professional Wax is ideal for hair removal on the face and body. It is easy to use and is suitable for all types of skin and hair, even very short hair. Gives beauty-salon results that last up to four weeks. It heats quickly in the microwave, melts at low temperatures to avoid the risk of burns and does not require the use of strips. Does not contain parabens, BHT, or allergens*. Dermatologically tested.
*Allergens that require labelling.
Be extremely careful when heating the wax. Overheated wax can cause burns. In the event of burns, apply cold water to the area and do not attempt to remove the wax. Seek immediate medical attention and show the packaging.
For microwave use only.
Never heat the jar with the lid on or with the wooden spatula or any other utensil inside it.
Never let the wax boil. If this happens, do not touch the jar, let it cool down for 20 minutes.
Be very careful when removing the jar from the microwave; always maintain it in an upright position and avoid tilting it.
How to heat the wax:
Constantly monitor the wax when heating.
Place the jar in the microwave on one side of the microwave plate and heat it according to the heating times provided in the table below. DO NOT place the jar in the middle of the microwave.
Always select the “heat” function of your microwave, never “defrost” or “cook”. The heating times should be followed as closely as possible to avoid any incidents. If the power of your microwave is less than 800 W, the heating time should be longer. To avoid overheating the wax, we recommend extending the heating time by short periods.
Maximum power permitted Full jar 1/2 jar Resting time
(Microwave “Heat” function) 2 min 1.5 min 1 min
The amount of wax remaining after each use will be less each time so the heating time required will also be less.
Once the heating time is completed, it is very important to respect the resting time in the microwave in order to obtain even heat distribution in the wax.
If you are unable to handle the jar with your bare hands because it is too hot, or if the wax is liquid or contains bubbles, it means the wax has overheated and you must therefore allow it to cool down for at least 20 minutes.
When the jar is cool enough to be handled, remove it from the microwave in an upright position and without tilting it, gripping it by the tabs provided for this purpose.
The ideal consistency of the wax should be similar to that of honey. If the wax is not completely melted it will not be uniform and will therefore need to be heated further, but never for more than 10 seconds, until the ideal texture has been achieved.
The wax may be partly liquid and contain solid, compact lumps. The combination of both textures means that it is ideal for hair removal.
Introduce the wooden spatula right to the bottom of the jar and slowly stir the wax from the bottom to the top, making sure the wax doesn’t spill out of the jar. Do not shake the jar.
NOTE: Prepare this mixture as carefully as possible to avoid potential splashes. Observe the surface of the wax and if it is still hard after heating it and letting it rest, DO NOT perforate this surface as the hot wax inside would splash upwards and could cause burns.
How to apply the wax:
The skin should be clean and dry, without irritation and traces of other products: creams, oils, etc. The hair should be at least 2/3 mm long.
CHECK THE TEMPERATURE OF THE WAX before each application.
Wait for the wax to warm up. It will be ready once it has acquired the consistency of honey. Always do a small test on the inside of your wrist to make sure that it is not too hot.
Remove some of the wax with the spatula and spread it over the area to be waxed, in the direction of hair growth, forming a thin, even layer of 2mm of wax, leaving the ends thicker so that the strip can be gripped more easily when removing it.
If using this product on sensitive areas such as the underarms, bikini line and face, do not wax the same area more than twice in the same waxing session to avoid irritating the skin.
If the wax becomes cold during application and cannot be applied properly, reheat it for short periods at a time.
How to remove the wax:
Let the wax strip dry for a few seconds until it no longer sticks when touched. Then, stretch the skin with one hand and with the other hand grip the end of the wax strip and pull it swiftly and firmly against the direction of hair growth and parallel to the skin.
To soothe the skin, apply pressure with your hand or apply a cold compress to the waxed area immediately after pulling the strip of wax. If you pull the strip too slowly or perpendicular to the skin you could split the hair or cause slight irritation.
How to remove wax residue:
Never remove wax residue with water, soap or alcohol. Remove it with wax that has already been used or with your nails, or use some cotton wool moistened in oil.