Satin Smooth

Satin Smooth Honey Wax

For use on all skin types. Natural wax based on pine resin and beeswax.
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  • Seattle, Washington
    4 Star Rating
    Remember That Honey Is Sticky
    First wax I’ve tried out of the satin smooth line, and I have to say that I like it. Melted fairly quickly and is easy to spread on and use, also grabs hair very well. Down side is that it is very very sticky and leaves a thing film of tackiness on the skin for a few days. Defiantly recommend waxing your legs a couple of days before you have to show them off to give you time to wash of the stickiness.
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    posted Feb 23, 2006
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  • La Jolla Ca
    4 Star Rating
    I Love This Honey Wax!
    Hello im an Esthetician in San Diego and I have tried many waxes and this and one other is my all time fav! I think this is the best honey wax out there. The only down side is that its hard to get off. Other then that its great because it gets all the hairs and leave the skin smooth as silk!
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    posted Oct 5, 2005
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  • 5 Star Rating
    Best Satin Smooth Wax So Far
    It really waxes off all hairs! But it does have some drawbacks: VERY sticky and impossible to get all wax residue off of skin (it will take 2-3 days for the wax to go away). Im on my 3rd can of this stuff. It is my standard wax while I try other Satin Smooth products.
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    posted May 14, 2005
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  • California
    5 Star Rating
    Honey Wax
    This is (to me) the type of wax the salons use. It is a great product. You need very little wax. A thin layer. You are getting salon quality for much, much less. I would recommend putting an old towel or rag under the wax warmer as well as your working area.
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    posted Feb 24, 2005
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  • 4 Star Rating
    Satin Smooth Honey Wax
    This product worked incredibly well on my husbands coarse thick back hair! :P It was a little difficult to work with b/c the wax is very sticky!
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    posted Feb 14, 2005
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