Now that you've decided to turn to a hair remover professional to attend to your hair removal needs, it's important to choose the right spa or salon and the right beauty professional.
Here are several key points to consider when making the decision to book an appointment: cleanliness, professionalism, licensing and memberships, and pleasant "bedside" manner.
Taken overall, they'll give you a good idea of what kind of experience you may have with a particular aesthetician in a particular salon.
Clean work space
A clean work space means less of a chance of infection. Hair remover treatments involve very close contact with your skin.
You don't want to risk having dirty tools or used and shared skin care materials used by your hair remover professional. Some of those skin infections can be difficult to treat, especially if there are complications.
Cleanliness is a good indicator of professionalism. Ask your skin care professional about how often the work space and work materials are cleaned and disinfected. Ask what the cleaning and disinfecting methods are.
The hair remover professional that you turn to for your grooming treatment should behave in a professional and courteous manner at all times. You're the customer; while you might not always be right, you should always be treated with respect.
A beauty professional who acts professionally is more likely to have a good work ethic and perform the job with skill and pride. She should want to you leave her business telling everyone you know about what a great job she did.
You're spending a lot of money. You want to be able to look forward to your appointment, not dread it days before.
Licensing and memberships
Ask your hair remover professional if he or she licensed. Call your local board of health to see what, if any licenses are required for beauty professionals in your community.
Ask if there's a registry of licensed professionals and ask if your hair remover practitioner is on the list; alternatively, if there's a list of professionals against whom complaints have been lodged, check this list too.
Ask your beauty professional where he or she went to school. Is he or she a member of any professional organizations? Look for local, regional, or national organization awards or citations.
Pleasant "bedside manner"
One of the most important aspects of the relationship between yourself and your hair remover professional is the esthetician's bedside manner. You should always feel comfortable with your beauty professional.
You need to feel like you can always ask questions about skin problems, hair remover options, side effects, and more.
You spend a lot of money on these treatments. You want to look good, not stressed. A good rapport with your hair removal consultant will go a long way in keeping you feeling happy and relaxed.
So you see, keeping just a few of these points in mind will help you make the most educated choice in booking an appointment for your hair remover treatment. Cleanliness, professionalism, licensing, and attitude are readily measurable factors that should be considered carefully. Good luck!