Archive for April 15th, 2010

BareEase Helps Clients Banish Bikini Wax Pain

Summer is rapidly approaching, which means that your bikini waxing books will soon start filling up, and your clients are starting to dread their agonizing upcoming waxing appointments. Anesthesiologist Dr. Edna Ma, M.D., has found a way to make a painful procedure much less worrisome with BareEase & Cream, a pain-relieving hair removal prep kit. The BareEase & Cream kit includes a numbing cream and a latex panty that acts as an occlusive dressing to isolate the cream for better and more effective absorption pre-wax.  This innovative combination of garment and medication is designed to make hair removal treatment an ouchless, safe, and convenient experience. something that is certain to garner loyalty from your thankful waxing customers.

Here are some other tips from Dr. Ma for you to pass along to your clients to help them ease the burn of bikini waxing:

  • If you are not allergic to acetaminophin (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (ADVIL), take these about one to two hours prior to your treatment. These medications take longer to take effect, but decrease inflammation and pain for hours.
  • Plan your bikini hair removal after your period.
  • Trim the hair prior to waxing. For the procedure, keep the hair to ¼- ½ inch, this is the ideal length. If the hair is too long, it will be more painful. But if the hair is too short, the wax will not stick.
  • Relax and breathe. Take a deep breath when the wax is applied, and exhale when she tugs off the strip.

The BareEase & Cream Prep Kit for Ouchless Hair Removal kit is available now at www.bareease.com. Learn more about it IECSC Las Vegas, April 24-26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, at Booth # 1768.

HydroMassage Offers Free Massages on Tax Day

I’m not one for leaving things until the last moment, that’s why I filed my taxes last month. Of course, the promise of a refund was another added incentive. However, that’s just me. If you’re feeling a bit taxed this tax day then you may want to treat yourself or rather let HydroMassage treat you with a complimentary session between April 15 and April 18. HydroMassage beds, which combine the benefits of water, heat, and massage, allow users to engage in treatments while remaining dry and clothed. Says HydroMassage president Paul Lunter, “We saw this as a great fit for HydroMassage because we know millions of Americans could use a little extra stress relief during this time of year. In addition to helping with stress, HydroMassage can help provide temporary relief from muscle tension and minor aches and pains.” To find a free HydroMassage location near you and download a free massage coupon, visit www.hydromassage.com/taxday.

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