Give Skin the Ultimate Post-Wax Experience
Introducing Starpil’s Jelly Mask, the ultimate soothing post-wax treatment for freshly waxed skin on the face, underarms, and the Brazilian/bikini areas. This mask eases inflammation and irritation while soothing and moisturizing skin after a waxing service.
Discover the Jelly Mask’s active ingredients:
Give Smooth Skin a Boost
Thanks to active ingredients like seaweed powder and rice bran oil, this mask leaves skin balanced, glowing, and feeling its best after a hair removal service.
There’s no better way to round out your waxes and treat clients to a little bit of luxury post-wax. Use as an add-on treatment to really bring services to the next level.
Jelly masks are used to soothe, hydrate, and moisturize the skin after a waxing treatment. Active ingredients like rice bran oil and tea leaf extract help to rejuvenate and free skin from any inflammation or irritation.
The Starpil post-wax jelly mask brings skin big benefits, including moisturizing and hydrating skin after a waxing service. Skin is left soothed and freed from any irritation caused by hair removal for the ultimate luxury post-wax treatment.
The jelly mask is designed for use on the underarms, the face, and Brazilian/bikini line areas. The mask’s versatility makes it perfect for add-on post-wax services or for use at home.
This jelly mask is available in 20g sachets, with 1000g bags coming soon! With just 1 sachet/1 scoop, mix 1:1 with water to cover 1 full face or intimate area (like the pubic mound) for a complete post-wax service. This allows clients to enjoy the luxurious soothing and moisturizing experience this mask provides beyond just the areas they’ve had waxed.
Our forthcoming 1000g bags will enable users to enjoy up to 50 post-wax services with an average of 1 scoop per service.
Although this jelly mask is a great add-on service for estheticians, the post-wax jelly mask is safe to use at home and can help soothe and rejuvenate skin after at-home waxing services or for a little extra luxury when skin isn’t feeling its best.