Brazilian Waxing Tradition

better for your skin

A lot of people have mixed opinions when it comes to hair removal. Some people strongly advocate for others, and others are strong critics that condemn the practice altogether. We do not have an opinion on this matter because if it is something you enjoy getting done, then you should, and at the same time, if you do not want to get it done, then you do not have to, so it is ultimately a matter of choice here.

If you are interested in either getting waxed or becoming a waxing specialist, then you can check out different groups on or other social media websites to better check out reviews and stuff.

What a lot of people do get wrong though is the belief that hair removal procedures are a new thing and that this was not happening hundreds of years ago. If we trace the history of hair removal, specifically waxing, then we can trace it all back to early Egypt, and it is estimated that the practice started in 1150BC because of texts regarding how the women in Ramses III’s court were hairless. Some accounts even believe that the practice has been occurring even earlier than that going back to 3000BC. Interestingly even the men back then would get waxed (specifically their underarms), so this is a pretty old practice that has been occurring for a while.

A lot of the women in Muslim countries around the world are also known to get waxed by either going to a salon, or making a wax mix at home using sugar, lemon, and a few more ingredients, and family members or wax ladies would come in for the practice. In 2020 the process has evolved significantly and there are now proper training courses that you have to complete to be considered qualified enough to wax.