Waxing now avaliable with Qualified therapist
at NR17 Attleborough, Great Ellingham in gorgeous rural retreat
or Mobile Therapist and can visit in the comfort of your own home
within Attleborough, Norwich, Norfolk and to the border of Suffolk.


Eyebrow Wax £7.00
Lip £7.00
Full Neck and Chin £9
Lip, Chin and Eyebrow £18.00
Underarms £9.00
Full arms  £15.00

Basic Bikini £10.00
High Leg Bikini £14.00
1/2 Leg £15.00
3/4 Leg £18.00
Full Leg £22.00
Full leg & basic bikini £28.00
Full leg & high leg bikini £32.00

Pre-treatment Tips and Advice

For best results your hair needs to be minimum 1-2cm in length to ensure complete removal, if the hair/s are shorter they will not be removed

Please note waxing over a spray or self tan will cause the tan to lift. This can also happen with natural tans as the wax will lift the dead skin cells.

Waxing is not advised immediately after any heat treatments such as a sauna, steam, ultra-violet treatment or sunbathing.

DO NOT WAX if you have any of the following conditions: heart problems, varicose veins, poor circulation, diabetes, epilepsy, phlebitis or any skin conditions including sunburnt skin, cuts, swollen bruised areas, warts, moles, edema or recent scar tissue (3 months, including tattoos), undiagnosed bumps or hypersensitive skin. Waxing is also not advised if you are pregnant.

Please inform your therapist if you are using any of the following prescription drugs, as waxing is not recommended due to the possible side effects: Accutane, Retin-A, Alpha Hydroxy and/or Glycolic based drugs.

Try not to book your waxing treatment just prior to or during menstruation as this is when your body is at its most sensitive and the 'ouch' factor will be at its greatest! Not a good idea!

If you are considering waxing private areas for the first time, please do not be embarrassed, therapist's are trained and have seen it all before and will do their best to put you at ease. If it is your first wax, or you have not been waxed in this area recently, please be prepared or be prepared to have your therapist trim your hairs to about 2cms or less (but leaving enough for the wax to hold onto). Ripping out long hairs is guaranteed to give maximum pain!

Try to relax as much as possible during treatment - yes, easier said than done! But the more relaxed you are, the easier it will be for your therapist to pull out the hairs, and the less pain it will cause.