Brazilian Waxing involves entirely removing hair from the pelvic region including the anus, perineum (between the legs) and the vulva (vagina). Men or women can achieve this style of waxing, although it is more popular among females. To begin, the pubic hair is trimmed down with scissors to ensure a more convenient approach at pulling the hair. Realistically, Brazilian Waxing is considered to be an extremely painful procedure in view of the fact that the wax is hot when poured onto the skin’s surface which is a very sensitive region of the body and then the wax along with the hair is immediately ripped away from the surface using a cloth strip.
Normally, beeswax is used for this region due the hairs consistency consisting of thicker, coarser hair. Beeswax is believed to be a stronger wax creating a more effective result. Once the hair is removed along with any dead skin cells pulled from the surface, one may experience a great deal of intense or minor pain leaving redness or swelling. Typically this swelling and/or redness will subside within minutes or hours. For soothing, it is recommended to apply a topical anesthetic. It is important to understand as well as be prepared for the fact that Brazilian Waxing calls for some unique positions to occur in order for the person performing the wax to achieve successful results.
Two types of Brazilian offered are: full or partial. The full Brazilian is defined as removing all of the hair and partial Brazilian removing only part of the hair. Brazilian Waxing does not take long to perform. Costs can range from $40 to $100. Prices will vary in parts of the world depending upon which salon you choose and the service you ask for. Keep in mind you will be bearing your all to a stranger and unless you are ready for this, Brazilian Waxing may not be for you.