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Frequently Asked Questions



About waxing.....


Q. How long does my hair need to be before I can get waxed?

A. For a successful wax the hairs need to be about a quarter of an inch generally


Q. How long will the wax last?
A. In most cases waxing can last 4 - 6 weeks


Q. If I wax, will my hair grow back?
A. Yes, waxing only eliminates the hair temporarily, however over time you will notice that the hair does become thinner and finer.


Q. Is there anything I should know or avoid before waxing?
A. There are a few things, if you have a cold or have had one a lip wax is not recommended as the skin in this area is thin to begin with and can easily torn or damage after a cold. Secondly if you have applied tanning products, the wax can pull the skin and cause the tanning solution to fade more quickly. Please don't use a tanning booth or sunbathe 24 hours before waxing treatment and lastly Accutane, Coumadin or blood thinners, alpha- hydroxyl acids, Retin A, glycolic acids, hydroquione, tropical cortisone, and some antidepressants can aggravate waxing. Also it is not recommended that you wax after micro or manual dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, a peel or surgical removal of any growth in the area to be waxed.


Q. Is there anything I should do or avoid after I wax?
A. Yes please do not engage in a workout immediately following waxing perspiration can cause rashes, irritation. Redness and breakouts. Avoid exposure to the sun and tanning booths for 24 booths following a wax. Do not take a hot shower or use hot tub for at least four hours following waxing.


Q, Every time I wax it seems like I get in-growing hairs. Is there anything that I can do about this?
A. Yes, we recommend that 3 days after you receive a wax you exfoliate the area on a daily basis. This helps to remove dry skin that can block pores and lead in-grown hairs.


Q.Whats the difference between waxing and threading?

A. Threading uses a thread to 'pluck' out the hairs but unlike using a tweezer it can do several at a time and produces a sharper definition. It has the advantage over waxing in that there is minimal impact on teh skin and it can grip finer and shorter hair often meaning theat the regrowth takes longer.


About Massage...

Q. What happens when you have a Hot Stone Massage?

A. During the hot stone massage treatment, smooth, basaltic (volcanic) rocks that have been heated in water are used in two ways; some stones are wrapped in towels and placed on specific energy centres, known as chakras, along the body to align and re-balance the body’s natural energy flow, whilst other stones are used by the therapist to perform the body massage.The heat of the stones penetrates deep into the muscle tissue allowing the muscles to relax 4-5 times quicker than in a standard body massage, easing muscle tension and revitalising the muscle tissue by increasing blood circulation.


Q. Is a massage only for aches and pains?

A. No Massage can be used to help other common complaints as wel as relive tension in certain areas. See below for common complaints which a massage can help with.

* Anxiety, stress, depression and nervous tension
* Fatigue (including chronic) and ME
* Insomnia and poor sleep patterns
* Headaches and migraines
* Low immunity system
* Menstrual problems, pregnancy and the menopause
* Poor circulation
* High blood pressure
* Respiratory conditions including asthma and sinusitis
* Muscular aches and pains, including before and after sports and workouts
* Skin conditions and skin care


Q. Why is it called Indian Head massage?

A. Indian Head Massage is a natural, complementary therapy derived from an ancient Indian daily ritual of head massage from mother to daughter. It’s part of the Ayurvedic system of healing (translated as “science of life”) which has been practised in India for over a thousand years.


Other frequently asked question...

Q. What is Hopi Ear Candle?

A. Hopi Ear Candles (also known as Thermal Auricular Therapy) is a pleasant and non-invasive treatment of the ears, used to treat a variety of conditions such:sinuses, balance, excessive or compacted wax, snoring, sinusitis, rhinitis, glue-ear, colds, flu, headaches, migraines, tinnitus, vertigo, neuralgia, menieres disease or stress. 


Q. What is in a Hopi Ear Candle?

A. The key ingredient of the candles is beeswax and honey extracts, therefore if you are allergic to honey it is advised you do not undergo this treatment. Sage is also a key ingredient as it acts as an anti-inflammatory.

Q. Can I use my Loyalty card towards my next treatment?

A. Vogue has a loyalty scheme which allows you to recieve a free treatment on your sixth visit. The loyalty card is an avaerage of your last five visits. When we have worked your average out you will get a choice of treatments which our receptionist will provide for you. Your loyalty card cannot be used as a cash value.