Aquamarine Soft Wax

 

14 oz. | 397 grams

 

Aquamarine flex soft wax by Italwax is a medium density wax with titanium dioxide. The color is a refreshing light blue and is perfectly visible on the skin. This wax has a very delicate structure and is perfect for sensitive areas.

 

  • Lower melting temp than traditional soft waxes making it safer for your clients.
  • Doesn’t leave the skin sticky.
  • Medium density wax with Titanium Dioxide.
  • Great for sensitive areas.
Details

Italwax soft wax is an innovative product by Italwax. Its unique formula is a perfect mix of natural resins with distinctive components. This soft wax is characterized by having a high rate of elasticity when applied in a thin layer with a spatula on large surfaces. Italwax soft wax forms a thin film on the skin, which grabs all the hairs and guarantees firm adhesion with the waxing strip. Waxing with Italwax soft wax is less painful for the client, compared to classic soft waxes, because this wax does not adhere to the skin.

How to Use:

1. Preheat wax in warmer to 102-104F. 2. Apply on the skin with wooden spatula. 3. Tightly press the strip to the skin. 4. Remove Strip with fast motion.

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