Hard Wax Salon Opens in Thornhill Ontario Offering Hair Removal for Men & Women

Thornhill’s European Wax Bar (416 548 5951) has just opened and is offering an individualized approach to hard waxing, which is a much less painful waxing method that’s great for men and women.

Thornhill, Canada - November 9, 2018 /PressCable/ —

European Wax Bar, the first full body custom hard wax salon in Canada, has just announced its grand opening. Located in Thornhill, Ontario, European Wax Bar specializes in hard wax and caters to both women and men. In order to obtain optimum results for all hair and skin types the salon carries out a skin analysis before any waxing takes place. In addition to this, they also offer custom, individualized waxing, such as Brazilians, Manzilians and waxing for the arms, back, chest, face, legs, as well as full-body waxing.

If you want to learn more, visit https://europeanwaxbar.com.

European Wax Bar, also known as ‘the custom wax experts’, is changing the Canadian waxing industry by using products that contain only all-natural ingredients, which are 100% safe for all skin types, including even the most sensitive skin. In addition to this, they also offer hard waxing, which is a first for the region.

The term hard waxing refers to stripless wax application, which feels softer and is much less painful than traditional methods of waxing. Hard wax is applied in a thick layer and then peeled off, and because it’s less painful, it’s ideal for even the most sensitive areas, such as the eyebrows, lips and other areas of the face, abdomen, inner arms, legs, underarms, as well as Manzilian and Brazilian waxing. Another benefit of hard waxing is that it doesn’t leave any sticky residue, making it much easier to clean up.

Catering to the unique needs of every individual, European Wax Bar offers an extensive list of services for the ladies, such as upper and lower body waxing, including the lower and upper legs, bikini, French bikini, Hollywood bikini, between the cheeks, and the hairline, nose, temples, lip, brows and full face. For the gentlemen, waxing treatments include the ears, brows, neck, nose, as well as the buttocks, chest, Manzilian and Mankini.

With many years of experience providing waxing services, European Wax Bar uses the absolute best quality hard wax in order to decrease skin irritation, and they also follow the strictest standards of hygiene. All their therapists are properly certified professionals who offer comprehensive and affordable services.

One of European Wax Bar’s clients, who rated their waxing services 5 out of 5 for superior service and professionalism, said, “I get my waxing done there regularly. They are the only salon that does full-body hard waxing. Diana is awesome. She makes the entire waxing process so simple and relaxing.”

If you want to know more about European Wax Bar, call (416) 548 5951 or check out the link above. The site provides more information about the company, details about their services and a photo gallery, as well.

Contact Info:
Name: Eni Mero
Email: Send Email
Organization: European Wax Bar
Address: 7163 Yonge St Unit #263, Thornhill, Ontario L3T 2A9, Canada
Phone: +1-416-548-5951

For more information, please visit http://europeanwaxbar.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 440637

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