Waxing reduces hair growth
If you repeatedly wax four to five weeks, over time the hair growth will become less. Whereas shaving cuts the hair, waxing pulls the hair from its root weakening …
Hair grows back softer
When you shave, the re-growth is naturally stubbly and spiky which may be very uncomfortable. When you shave your hair, you are cutting it off leaving a blunt tip. When you wax the hair, you remove it from the root, so when it grows back it has a fine tip that is soft and not sharp.
Smooth, silky skin that lasts
Waxing removes hair from the root, so it takes a longer time for hair to grow again. It takes about 4-6 weeks, depending on the individual speed of hair growth. This means your hair free for much longer.
Less irritation to the skin
Waxing does not cause cuts, pigmentation or razor burns. No one wants to put on a bikini or a tank top with red, bumpy razor burn on their bikini line or underarms.
Shaving takes up too much time as you have to keep up the daily shaving to keep the area smooth. With waxing, you get to pay a professional do it for you instead of struggling yourself and it lasts so much longer.