I go for waxing on a somewhat regular basis… mainly because I’m a failure at waxing my own underarms and I find it too tiresome and time-consuming to pluck hairs one by one. So when Wink Laser and Wax Studio invited me over, I was only too happy to go.
Wink Laser and Wax Studio specializes in hair removal so they have waxing as well as laser treatments. I immediately liked the neat yet bright IKEA-ish interiors.
I especially love the ceiling!
Without much ado I was led into a vacant treatment room for underarm waxing.
Rooms are marked as either vacant or occupied outside the door so you don’t disturb any of the other clients.
The treatment room is equipped with the usual light, bed, and hair removal paraphernalia you’d see in other places. The difference is, Wink doesn’t use towels. Instead, the “bed” is lined with paper so it’s disposed of after your session. More hygienic that way don’t you think?
There was a pot of heated wax waiting for me. It had no scent.
So what happens is, the wax is spread over your skin at the area where you’re getting hair removed. After a few moments the wax hardens and it’s pulled off along with all the unwanted hair! Yay! Quick, easy, and painless! The entire process took about 10-15 minutes. The best part is, the treatment cost only P330 — reasonably priced without compromising hygiene, efficiency, and effectivity! I love it! Sorry for the TMI photo. Just had to do a show and tell so you know what to expect. The staff are very knowledgeable and courteous as well. They even follow up on you post-treatment!
Wink is located in a sort of secret place, so you’re not going to see it walking around Bonifacio High Street Central. What you do is go behind Cotton On and make your way to a building.
Then take the elevator to the 3rd level. That’s where Wink is.
You can check out their other treatments and book your appointment online at http://www.winkstudio.ph/.
Wink Laser & Wax Studio
3rd Level C2 Bldg., 7th Ave. cor. 28th St.,
Bonifacio High Street Central, Taguig City
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