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Body waxing..

Anyone found salons that use vegan friendly wax

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Vegan-Lisa Vegan-Lisa SA Posts: 164
1 17 Jul 2012
So I shoulda put this on ages ago but was curious as to whether or not those of you that wax use vegan friendly stuff?? I recently came across "sugaring" which I LOVE and think could be vegan or is at least better than normal wax but I messaged the company and never heard back... Mind you I was going to ring them and just haven't got around to it yet..  Any whoo who what where etc...? Lol xo
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...2 ...2 WA Posts: 2307
2 17 Jul 2012
What's sugaring?

And I wax. I use Waxaway wax strips. They're vegan friendly. A few people on here have said that they leave heaps of wax on your legs, etc., but if you let them set properly then they don't leave too much- no more than standard wax strips.

And I just found these: http://www.veganessentials.com/catalog/parissa-quick--easy-wax-strips.htm
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Miss. Jones Miss. Jones VIC Posts: 242
3 17 Jul 2012
The Sair Scare said:
What's sugaring?

And I wax. I use Waxaway wax strips. They're vegan friendly. A few people on here have said that they leave heaps of wax on your legs, etc., but if you let them set properly then they don't leave too much- no more than standard wax strips.

And I just found these: http://www.veganessentials.com/catalog/parissa-quick--easy-wax-strips.htm
Hi Sair,
Are waxaway cruelty free as well?

I have been looking into the sugaring ... here it is :

http://www.moom.com/

and another interesting website

http://www.mybeautybunny.com/home-hair-removal-vegan/

hugs
x0x0
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GoldAutumn GoldAutumn NSW Posts: 137
4 18 Jul 2012
I just asked my local what kind of wax they used and then researched it. That way i can be in and out in 5 mins instead of buggering around at home getting wax on everything and potentially losing an eyebrow or patch off my cat, lol. I'm hopeless with it!
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Miss. Jones Miss. Jones VIC Posts: 242
5 18 Jul 2012
GoldAutumn said:
I just asked my local what kind of wax they used and then researched it. That way i can be in and out in 5 mins instead of buggering around at home getting wax on everything and potentially losing an eyebrow or patch off my cat, lol. I'm hopeless with it!
Ha!ha! i would love to do that but she doesn't speak a work of english and i think it is imported form Vietnam lol
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Vegan-Lisa Vegan-Lisa SA Posts: 164
6 19 Jul 2012
I didn't entirely read it properly but the moom.com seems diff to the sugaring I know as strips are not used And I don't think chamomile is either etc..- the one my local uses is alexandriaproffesional.com or something like that...hmmmm anywhooo I might just ring them soon and ask happy
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...2 ...2 WA Posts: 2307
7 19 Jul 2012
Miss. Jones said:
Hi Sair,
Are waxaway cruelty free as well?
They are. If I say vegan, I mean cruelty free as well. So far as I'm concerned, if something contains no animal products, but is tested on them, it's not vegan.
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Miss. Jones Miss. Jones VIC Posts: 242
8 19 Jul 2012
The Sair Scare said:
Miss. Jones said:
Hi Sair,
Are waxaway cruelty free as well?
They are. If I say vegan, I mean cruelty free as well. So far as I'm concerned, if something contains no animal products, but is tested on them, it's not vegan.
They are marked as SV.... so "Some Vegan," (i know you know) just for those people that don't.  For those that don't and are reading this forum, they don't test on animals but some of their products have animal derived ingredients.
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Miss. Jones Miss. Jones VIC Posts: 242
9 19 Jul 2012
Vegan-Lisa said:
So I shoulda put this on ages ago but was curious as to whether or not those of you that wax use vegan friendly stuff?? I recently came across "sugaring" which I LOVE and think could be vegan or is at least better than normal wax but I messaged the company and never heard back... Mind you I was going to ring them and just haven't got around to it yet..  Any whoo who what where etc...? Lol xo
happy happy happy happy i found a homemade recipe for sugaring, don't know how effective is  i am willing to try it
http://hairremoval.about.com/od/sugarwaxing/ss/sugar-gel.htm
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Vegan-Lisa Vegan-Lisa SA Posts: 164
10 19 Jul 2012
Miss. Jones said:
Vegan-Lisa said:
So I shoulda put this on ages ago but was curious as to whether or not those of you that wax use vegan friendly stuff?? I recently came across "sugaring" which I LOVE and think could be vegan or is at least better than normal wax but I messaged the company and never heard back... Mind you I was going to ring them and just haven't got around to it yet..  Any whoo who what where etc...? Lol xo
happy happy happy happy i found a homemade recipe for sugaring, don't know how effective is  i am willing to try it
http://hairremoval.about.com/od/sugarwaxing/ss/sugar-gel.htm
Let me know how you go if U do but I'm not keen on self waxing especially some areas!! Eeek !!! Lol
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