Magic Crystal compared to waxing

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Waxing will do a great job of removing hair which the wax treatment plucks from the follicle. This leads to an extended period before visible regrowth. However, the regrowth of hair from beneath the surface results in ingrown hair for lots of users.

Magic Crystal works by gradually wearing down the surface layer of the hair, using a process called micro-cuticle-abrasion. There's no plucking and no cutting. Each hair is ultimately worn to a fine point right at the skin surface. This almost eliminates the risk of ingrown hair. The fine tip also significantly reduces the appearance of regrowth, especially compared to shaving which leaves a large cross-section of hair to grow back.  

Waxing is more uncomfortable for some than for others but its reputation is justified as a little pain endurance is usually required.  Used correctly, Magic Crystal is completely pain-free!

Magic Crystal is a very effective exfoliator so it need to be used with care. The application of too much pressure or over-use on one area can cause irritation.

You should avoid using Magic Crystal on parts where the skin is particularly delicate or sensitive such as the face and the more tender areas beneath the bikini line. This is because of the need to use very gently pressure that moves the hair around without moving the skin.

On most hair it is straightforward to achieve the right gentle pressure that removes the hair without irritating the skin.

You should also only use Magic Crystal on clean dry skin that is not tacky to the touch. So definitely not after a long soak. Only apply creams, oils or lotions to your skin after using Magic Crystal, never before.


Yes, you'll likely observe regrowth earlier than after waxing. However the hair removal will be great and there will be no discomfort, no mess, no waste and no ingrown hair. What's more, the Magic Crystal will work again and again and again; typically giving one-to-two years of solid service with regular use.

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