Find the ÉPILLYSS wax that’s right for you!
Our line of 15 hair removal waxes allows estheticians to choose the product best-suited to their experience, skill and clientele. Every esthetician has unique skills and techniques—therefore, each will have a preferred type of wax.
All our waxes have different characteristics—whether in their active ingredients, melting temperatures or the synergy of essential oils they contain. Each wax meets specific needs based on the area to be treated, skin type and skill and speed of the esthetician. Even ambient room temperature where the treatment is taking place is taken into consideration.
ÉPILLYSS waxes have exceptional properties that will guarantee your clients’ satisfaction. Bioresin C3 lends our wax a more liquid consistency, while ensuring maximum adherence to hair—even short hair—and minimal adherence to skin. This effectively reduces client discomfort. Furthermore, our waxes do not leave behind a sticky residue on the skin that needs to be removed with oil. Goodbye painful hair removal treatments that require clients to go home and wash off!
Our 5 assortments of Épillyss sugar were created to provide each aesthetician the best product suited for her experience, her dexterity and the temperature of her hands. Each aesthetician possesses different technical abilities but it’s especially important to use a sugar paste having the proper consistency, partly adapted to the temperature of the fingers that manipulate it since this texture will change.
Our 5 sugar formulations have the same characteristics; however they are different in terms of consistency and degree of softening temperature.
Each of them responds to specific needs based on the hands that manipulate it, of dexterity and execution speed of aesthetician. Even the ambient temperature of the room where the treatment is performed must be considered.
It is recommended to choose a formulation according to the heat of your hand. You can rely on the color of the container; choose a warm color for a hot hand, ex: Red (Hard) for a hand that releases a lot of heat.