- Aug 22, 2007
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For the PHD system a new "head" is used for each client. The head also contains a handy one-way valve so once the wax has left the tube and gone into the head it can't go back thus ensuring no contamination in the tube.Just remembered I had a client who had PHD waxing once and noticed there was a pubic hair on the roller the therapist tried to put on her leg. Do you use a new tube each time otherwise surely skin and hair debris may roll back into the tube on the roller. At least with a spatula you can see there is no hairs on it before you place it back in the pot!
For me when I use my hard wax I always use one spatula per dip. The spatula's aren't expensive, 15 spatulas for a treatment could cost 13.2p. This is more expensive then just using a few spatula's - but with some clever marketing on hygiene and quality of process used to wax you could maybe give yourself the competitive edge on your competition.