What is your favorite way of removing unwanted hair? Others opt for razor while others prefer waxing. Whatever your choice is it’s essential to make sure that what you’re using to get rid of those hair is clean especially if you’re having your hair removal done in a public salon.
Luckily, Strip, the Ministry of Waxing, is launching a drive on “No Double Dipping” via it’s “Dirty Little Secrets Exposed” campaign. It’s main goal is to bring awareness to the public that there are hygienic waxing practices, which should always be performed in hair removal salon, these includes:
1. Using a new disposable razor for each customer
2. Ensuring each customer receives a fresh towel
3. Making sure all therapists are gloved up during the treatment
Let’s face it… there are things in life that we shouldn’t be sharing with others… for hygienic purposes of course.
Remember that every customer deserves the right to safe and hygienic hair removal. So join STRIP in saying ‘NO’ to hair removal salons that harbour dirty little secrets.
Last weekend, August 15, 2015, I attended the Dirty Little Secrets party at Strip Mid Valley, thanks to Rebecca Saw (www.rebeccasaw.com).
We were given a pack that looks like a condom packet. The packet contains disposable wooden spatulas, a disposable razor cartridge, a pair of disposable latex gloves, wet wipes, cotton pads, cotton buds etc. This sealed Hygiene Pack is given to Strip customers to assure their clients that hygiene and customer safety is important at Strip.
I was also given a waxing treatment that day and I have to say I did observe the therapist is doing it right! First, she handed me a fresh towel and she was wearing gloves. Then she used fresh spatulas each time, making sure that she’s not double dipping on the wax. I also noticed that they are maintaining their waxing rooms clean and organized… they even have a cabinet where we could place our bags and stuff.
The event was made more fun with a photobooth, sweet treats, yummy Malaysian snacks and beverages. I also had a great time bonding with my blogger friends during the event.
Plus we were given this cutie:
Thank you Strips for exposing those dirty little secrets!
To find out more about STRIP’s Dirty Little Secrets Exposed campaign and hygienic hair removal practices, visit www.dirtylittlesecretsexposed.com.