For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (Phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor.
Retain outer pack. Follow the Directions for Use. Designed for use on face, underarms & bikini line, but not suitable for use on the head, breast, perianal or genital areas or on any other body parts. Do not use on varicose veins, scars, moles, broken, irritated, sunburnt skin, or on skin that has had an adverse reaction to waxes in the past. Hair should be between 1.5mm and 5mm long. If the hair is longer trim it with scissors or clippers before you wax to avoid discomfort and damage to skin when waxing. Check with your doctor before using if you are on any medication which can affect the skin or if you suffer from any skin related disorder. Waxing is not suitable for the elderly and diabetics or people taking oral retinoids. If you have not waxed before we recommend starting by removing hair from the legs. Only when you have experienced, then progress to the sensitive areas of underarm, bikini line and face. We recommend not to wax the same area of skin twice during a waxing session. After waxing we recommend waiting 24 hours before using antiperspirant, any other perfumed product, using artificial tanning equipment, sunbathing or swimming. Before every use, TEST YOUR SKIN REACTION by applying and removing the wax and a wipe to a small part of the area you wish to treat, following the directions for use. If after 24 hours, there is no adverse reaction, begin waxing. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NOT SWALLOW. In case of ingestion, consult a doctor immediately and show the outer pack. If you experience any stinging or tingling when waxing, remove the wax immediately with the wipes or with the back of a used strip and rinse thoroughly with water or apply a cold compress. If this sensation persists, seek medical advice. Waxing is suitable for pregnant women and may cause bruising.