Double Dipping🤮💩

EW! Blood, and Poo...

Industry techniques and views on waxing hygiene my vary between some places, however at Bombshell Waxing a new spatula is used for each dip into the wax to avoid the risk of cross- contamination.

Double dipping creates a risk that the spatula will pick up blood spots, or fecal matter that were released when the area was waxed, which could cause the spread of bacterial, viral and blood borne pathogens.

Most importantly, we use new bags of wax each time. The scary thing is, while you may see "double dipping" what you won't see is some places may reuse or recycle wax to be cost effective. Although recycling sounds like a nice thing, in this instance it can be deadly!

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