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i am looking at purchasing a new wax line and have narrowed it down to 2, lycon and cerapil, does anyone have any comments on either, i am really hoping to find someone who has tryed both, please help, jessica
 

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Hello, I am a an aesthetician.

I've not tried the other brand but I am very fond of the Cerepil Blue wax formula.
I'ts a hardwax, and it's excellent for use when performing Brazilian Waxing, and for use on any other "hairy" body parts.

As an African American it's one of the few waxes allow on my skin (the other being GiGi's Wax for Course Hair). These 2 give the "cleanest" pull/removal of the entire hair shaft with little to no breakage.
 

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Cerapil is the best wax and espicially the blue. BUT be careful and do not wax an area more than twice that is the only downside because you WILL TEAR SKIN. There is no gray area here.
 

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I haven't tried the Lycon wax, but Cirepil rocks, as well as Escentuals, which seems to be affiliated with Cirepil somehow; you always see them being sold together. They both seem to work the same, however Escentuals is an aromatherapeutic line--everything smells wonderful! I use the green tea strip wax and the rose hard wax. Both are low temp, and remove hair with little or no breakage. The hard wax is pliable, so it doesn't crumble when you pull it off. You might also try checking out Berins hard wax, found on the Eva's Esthetics web site (the Wax Queen). I have the blue one; it works as well as the Cirepil or Escentuals. They also have a black hard wax. One or the other of them works better in a humid climate, though I can't remember which is which. I am an esthetician, by the way. Hope this helps.
 
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