The bikini is a classic go-to for many. It’s a simple yet effective treatment, aiming to get rid of those pesky hairs around the bikini line. We know you’ve been busy, so we’ve devised a treatment that comes to you. That means no awkward salon experiences, just pure bliss and convenience (with a little pain undoubtedly) from the comfort of your own home.

What’s Included

  • Cleansing the areas to be waxed
  • Removing the hair with hot wax
  • Aftercare for the waxed area

We offer the highest quality at-home treatments.

Eyebrows Wax £16
Underarm £17
Gel/Shellac Removal £8
French Finish £8
Basic Nail Art £10
Extra Hand Massage £15
Hydrating Hand Mask £6
Eyelash Tint £22
Extra Foot Massage £15
Small Area Wax £12
Hydrating Foot Mask £6
Eyebrow Tint £20
Nail Repair £10
IBX - Nail strengthening treatment £12
Callus Peel £15
Acrylic Removal £20
Eyelash Extensions Removal £20
Eyebrow Tidy £12
Men's Eyebrow Shaping £16
Men's Underarm Wax £20
Men's Eyebrow Tidy £12
Men's Navel Wax £12
Gel Polish £10

What we need from you

  • A bed or sofa for you to comfortably lay on
  • A nearby power socket to plug in the wax pots – your Salonette may suggest speeding up the heating of the wax by microwaving it. If you’d prefer not to, that’s absolutely fine and she’ll just use her wax pot.
  • A towel – preferably an old one. This is to protect the bed or sofa you’ll lie on from any wax. Though spillage is unlikely, it can happen. And rest assured, the wax washes out in the laundry easily.

What To Expect In More Detail

When one of our Salonettes arrive at your house, you’ll recognise them easily as they will be wearing all black and carrying their kit. Invite them in, and once the meet-and-greet is done, the therapist will ask to plug in the wax pot(s) and lay out your provided towels on your place of choice. Once you’re ready and the wax has heated up the waxing treatment can take place.

Getting ready for the wax
  • Your Salonette will place towels underneath the wax pot(s) that she has brought with her and keep her workstation tidy, so you do not need to worry about a mess being created.
  • She will then proceed by asking if you are ready to remove your underwear for the bikini wax.You will then be offered to wear disposable underwear.
  • She will leave you to get undressed and come back then use wipes to clean the area that will be waxed.
The wax itself
  • As the wax is quite hot, your Salonette will ask you regularly if the temperature of the wax is fine.
  • Hot wax is most suitable for this type of wax as it deals with a sensitive area of the body. The Salonette will proceed to removing the hair along the sides of your underwear. The wax applied to the skin, then removed once it has hardened. Read more about the difference between strip and hot wax in our blog post here.
  • We care deeply about hygiene, so gloves will be used throughout this process.
  • If you are having an intimate wax done for the first time, find out what to expect in this blog post.
The aftercare

Once the waxing is complete, aftercare oil will be applied to the waxed area. This is done to soften and soothe the skin. And voila – your treatment is complete!

Future bookings

Before the therapist leaves, she will ask you if you would like to book another treatment again. It’s advisable to book again between 3-6 weeks so that the hairs are ‘waxable’ again. Too early, and the wax won’t have much to grip on and too long, it’ll be more painful. It takes no more than 20 seconds, just confirm the date that you would like to book in and leave the rest to us.

FAQs for waxing

  1. How often should I get a wax? It depends on how fast your hair grows but on average we would recommend getting waxed every 4 weeks. This is usually the right amount of time to have the hair at the best length, and will also allow the skin to be less sensitive to treatments. For our female clients: we recommend avoiding treatment around that time of the month: your skin will be more sensitive 5 days before and after.
  2. What’s the difference between a hot wax and a strip wax? Hot wax is for dealing with sensitive skin and thicker hair, whilst strip wax is for less sensitive skin and thinner hair. You can read more in-depth about the difference on our blog post about hot vs strip wax.
  3. How long does the hair need to be for a wax? The ideal length for waxing is about 1/4 inch to 1/2 an inch (0.5 cm to 1.5 cm). If your hair is not long enough, our therapist will let you know. If you decide to go ahead with the treatment, that’s not a problem at all. It is simply likely that we are not going to be able to get all the hair, as they’ll be too short to stick to the wax.
  4. Does it hurt as much as people say? The pain you will experience from an intimate is to be expected, but we have some tips to reduce the pain. Have a read about them here.
  5. What kind of aftercare do you suggest? It is recommended that for 24 hours post-wax, you should:
  • Avoid steam rooms or saunas
  • Avoid swimming in chlorinated pools
  • Avoid hot baths
  • Wear clean, loose-fitting clothes for comfort

Read our full waxing aftercare guide on our FAQ page!


Want to see what an at-home wax treatment looks like? Check out our YouTube video below!

  1. Eyebrow tidy from £12 – since you’re doing a bit of spring cleaning, make sure your eyebrow game is strong with this treatment.
  2. Underarm wax from £17 – get hairless, stubble-free pits for weeks.