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GiGi Brazilian Body Hard Wax, 14 Ounce

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396 g
  • Designed for extreme bikini waxing
  • Strip free formula for sensitive and delicate areas
  • 14 ounce can
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GiGi Brazilian Body Hard Wax, 14 Ounce + Gigi Wax Warmer (Model: 0225) + Natural Jumbo Wood Craft Sticks - 100 pcs.
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Product Description

Size: 396 g

Designed for extreme bikini waxing. Strip free formula for sensitive and delicate areas. 14 ounce can.

Product Details

Size: 396 g
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0030ZRSHK
  • UPC: 073930089902 073930083405
  • Item model number: GG899
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (550 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #330 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Ingredients
Rosin (Colophonium, Colophane), Glyceryl Hydrogenated Rosinate, Beeswax (Cera Alba, cire d'abeille), Glycerin, Methyl Hydrogenated Rosinate, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Paraffin, Hydrogenated Cetyl Olive Esters, Ethylhexyl Palmitate

Directions
Place collar on warmer. Remove Lid from container. Place container in warmer. Set dial to "H" for 15-25 minutes until a thick consistency is achieved, then turn dial to "L" for the rest of the day. Cleanse area to be epilated with GiGi Pre-Hon Lotion. Pat dry with white tissue. Spray on GiGi Anesthetic Numbing spray to temporarily numb the skin and take the sting out of waxing. Dust on a think layer of GiGi Pre-Epilation Dusting Powder. With Spatula, apply a thick coat of wax at a 45 degre...

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275 of 284 people found the following review helpful By L. Slade on December 27, 2011
Size: 396 g Verified Purchase
I was new to waxing when I purchased this product. I read lots of reviews and decided that this one sounded the best. I have continued to buy this product for all my waxing needs as I am very satisfied with it. I also had to purchase a warming pot and spreading sticks, but I have not bothered to use the pre- or post- epilation oils. Below I have listed my regimen for all those who would like to save a little $$.
*Set the wax to warming in the warming pot at least an hour before you plan to wax. I leave it on high with the cover OFF for about twenty minutes then leave it on low with the cover on for the rest of the time.
* Set out a comfortable pillow covered by a large towel that you won't mind getting ruined in the place you plan on waxing.
* Also set out a small bowl of cornstarch with a basting brush (or small paintbrush), a bottle of Olive oil, cotton balls, good tweezers, small trash can, and a mirror of some sort (if you plan on bikini waxing).
*wash all areas to be waxed (I just hop in a slightly warm shower and do a quck wash. Be carful not to use really hot water or satay in too long because you don't want to open up your pores too much)
* dry well.
* I brush the cornstarch onto the area to be waxed, follow the waxing instructions, tweeze the inevitable stray hairs, and use the olive oil to remove any wax residue left behind anywhere.
A FEW EXTRA NOTES: I always wax after my kids are in bed for the night. (Does anybody want to chance their kids walking in on them in the middle of this?) I only do my bikini area, but I do as close to a full Sphynx wax as I can (that's everything, Ladies!) and it takes me a good 2 hours. The first time it took me twice as long, but after I got used to things, my time improved.
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233 of 243 people found the following review helpful By Bailey C. on July 29, 2013
Size: 396 g
Well, this is going to be a long one filled with info so you don't hate your life afterwards.
The first time I did it, that was me. There is a learning curve and it doesn't matter how many reviews you read, everything is hard to remember when you've accidentally globbed on a chunk of wax on your armpit and you stalled just long enough or haven't gotten it warm enough and it dries and gets hard. That was really freaking painful.
So my tips in bullet points:
*a lot of people suggest watching videos. Probably a good idea. Based on my first experience with doing this on my own, I probably should have done that. But obviously, since I had been to a spa once and gotten it done, I was a professional. This is very false. Don't assume that you can just man up and do it. You might can, but it is a lot harder when it comes down to it.
*It hurts like a bitch. You're not a sissy for popping a few Advil 30 minutes before. Do it.
*Even though it by no means makes you a professional, go out to a salon and get one done so you kind of know what to do and what your pain tolerance is going to be.
*Shell out the extra twenty bucks to get the kit. I cannot imagine how difficult it would be without the warmer.
*Make sure wax is warm enough but not too hot. Someone suggested getting it melted and then putting it between off and medium. Excellent advice. It takes AGES to melt the first time, so don't think your warmer is rubbish.
*Before you start, make sure you have baby powder, coconut oil (or the oil in the kit) and scissors handy. Baby powder is in case you get sweaty and clammy. Dries the skin before you put the oil on. I'm in love with coconut oil and it did an excellent job.
*DON'T FORGET TO OIL!! Seriously.
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133 of 144 people found the following review helpful By shari on September 21, 2008
Size: 396 g
I was tried of spending all of my money at salons to get a brazilian wax done. I bought this product along with the wax warmer and the pre oil. I took 3 advils, waited half an hour and went to work. I got great results!! It didnt hurt any more than at the salon. In fact it hurt less because I got to keep the $80.00 I would have spent at the salon.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Grace.T on October 6, 2014
Size: 396 g Verified Purchase
Awesome product! I love love love love LOVE this.

I have never been to a waxing salon. I think it's kind of weird to have someone else do a brazilian wax on me. Anyway, I've always been a shaving girl, but I was sick and tired of having to shave every day and started looking for something else.

I tried waxing last month (yes, I'm really new to waxing) using some sugar wax called Sugarpot. It claims to work for brazilian wax as well, but so not true! It hurts like CRAZY, and it doesn't help that I have to do the same area several times to get the area clean. At the end of it, I was sore and disappointed. I almost gave up on waxing and wanted to return to shaving until I saw a youtube review on Gigi wax.

I got a bottle and couldn't wait to try it. I don't have a wax warmer, so I used the water bath method that people use for melting chocolates.

Yes, the wax hardens relatively quickly, but I could use it for over half hour, which is more than sufficient time for me to do the brazilian. I even had time to test trial it on my arm.

It wasn't as messy as I imagined. I placed a towel on the floor, but I didn't get it on the towel.

But I didn't apply it as nicely. Maybe because without the warmer, the wax had cooled a little. When I try to spread it on my skin, it doesn't go as smoothly as those I see in youtube videos.

BUT IT STILL WORKS PERFECTLY!

Pain wise ... maybe I have pretty high tolerance, or maybe because the SugarPot wax experience was hell. By the way, spare yourself the torture. Don't use soft wax for brazilian waxing. Maybe everyone knew, but I didn't!

Anyway, back to Gigi, when I was pulling up the edge to get a grip on the wax, the wax was already pulling out hair so it hurts a tiny bit.
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