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Professional Wax Warmers

Professional wax warmers make the waxing process much easier and more efficient. Our salon-grade wax warmers come in a variety of sizes, are made from a sturdy aluminum, and feature temperature dials to optimize wax pot heat. Whether you’re an at-home user just starting out or a licensed esthetician looking to upgrade, Nova’s pro wax warmers will change your game for good!
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A professional wax warmer is never a requirement when performing any waxing services but investing in one is a great way to elevate your process. One thing that differentiates professional wax warmers from standard wax warmers is that they are designed to make waxing services easier on both the esthetician and the client. Our professional wax warmers provide multi-directional sources of heat in the wax pot, which reduce melting time and give the wax itself an even honey-like texture throughout. For the esthetician, this means that a lot of time is saved from having to tinker with settings and it makes taking on more clients achievable. For the client, this feature reduces the likelihood of wax irritating the skin upon contact since it’s a consistent temperature. These are just a few of the benefits of a professional wax warmer. Please see our blog post here to see some others.

Whether you’ve just purchased a professional wax warmer for home use or a very experienced esthetician adding to your arsenal, the safety precautions below should always be followed when using a wax warmer.

  • Never immerse a wax warmer in water.
  • Make sure it is unplugged when not in use, prior to use, when setting down, and before cleaning.
  • Ensure the voltage for the electric source and the wax warmer are compatible.
  • Always keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • Never touch the device body while it’s on, instead use the wooden handles if it needs to be adjusted.
  • Do not use a wax warmer in a bathroom or near any sources of water.
  • Keep your wax warmer out of direct sunlight and ultraviolet radiation.
  • Unplug the warmer before removing any tins from the device.
  • Read the manual thoroughly before using and understand what the different buttons and indicator lights do/mean.

Cleaning a wax warmer is simple and only requires a few supplies! First, you’ll want to heat up your wax pot and wipe it dry with paper towels. Next, utilize a degreasing solution on the inside and outside of the wax warmer. Lastly, use 70% isopropyl alcohol to wipe down the warmer and disinfect the surface area.

Hard wax and soft wax are both effective hair removal products. They can both be used in salons or at home and have been a go-to beauty service for decades for a reason. Different clients and professionals have their own preferences but the differences between the two formulas are as follows:

Hard Wax

  • Stripless, doesn’t require any supplies aside from a spatula, warmer, and pre/post care products
  • Can be used all over the body
  • Typically less painful
  • Adheres to the hair follicle
  • Can be used repeatedly over the same area if hairs are missed the first pull
  • Good at grabbing shorter hairs

Soft Wax

  • Requires strips for removal, non-woven cloth
  • Better suited for use in areas with fine hair, like the face
  • Adheres to the skin
  • Can only be used once in each area, to avoid skin lifting
  • Exfoliates the skin
  • Good for speed waxing


 

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