• So, is the Reiki Practitioner medically qualified, and is he a healer?
    • Some Reiki practitioners are medically qualified, and work in the field of traditional medicine, as well as with Reiki. However, others are not. It makes no difference whether a Reiki practitioner is medically qualified or not, as the energy will flow where it is required, when it is required! The practitioner is also not really a healer. He is merely a channel for the energy to flow through from him to you. It is you who draws the energy through the Reiki practitioner; he is simply a necessary bystander in the process. The treatments are carried out with no pre conceptions of what the outcome will be, other than for the highest good of the individual that is being treated. The practitioner WILL NOT diagnose or recommend any form of treatment (other than Reiki).

  • Will Reiki work for me?
    • YES. Reiki works for everyone on some level. Regardless of age, sex, religion or state of health. The energy flows during a treatment (and continues afterwards) where it is required for the highest good of the individual at that time. This may be different to what you feel is of the highest good! This is a strange concept, as you may seek out Reiki to treat a painful knee. Whilst the pain in your knee may be reduced or eradicated, it may be that the Reiki energy has found something else that it needs to focus upon first, and will deal with that particular area/problem, rather than your knee!

  • Do I need to have regular treatments?
    • This is entirely up to you, and not always necessary. A one off treatment will always do something beneficial for you, bringing a sense of calm and peacefulness, and maybe produce some short term physical benefit too. The effects of Reiki build up cumulatively and having a course of treatments helps to produce long term beneficial changes for you on many levels. The best results are usually achieved by having a course of treatments, maybe 4 – 6 sessions at weekly intervals.

      If you have deep seated or severe problems, then a having a course of treatments will always be the most beneficial. However, there is no pressure placed upon you to have more than one treatment. This is offered to you, and then you decide what is right for you. One off treatments are good for a “quick fix” a “lift” or a “boost”.

  • Some people have told me that when they have a Reiki treatment, their symptoms get worse. Is this true?
    • It is true that sometimes, for a short period after receiving a Reiki treatment that aches and pains that you may have can become more exaggerated. However, this is only temporary and often you will notice that after this initial “worsening”, the aches and pains will actually be less than they were before you had Reiki.

  • What am I likely to feel during a treatment?
    • This varies enormously from person to person. Some common experiences that you may feel are sensations of heat or cold coming from the practitioners hands. A slight tingling, emotional release, a heavy/weighty feeling in some of your limbs, a sensation of floating or a little light headiness. You may see vibrant colours, or you may simply feel very little in the way of actual sensations. However, Reiki always works in one way or another, and you will certainly benefit from it on some level. It may not always be at first apparent, for example ,you may have a pain in your knee, and still go away with a pain in your knee, but the Reiki energy may have found something else that needs to be balanced first, and will work on the highest good and need at the time.

  • Will Reiki cure my medical condition or long standing problem?
    • It is very important to remember at all times that Reiki IS NOT a replacement to receiving professional conventional medical care, advice and treatment under any circumstances. Reiki is a complimentary therapy that restores and balances energy levels thus contributing to a persons general well being. Whilst there are no guarantees given to any client receiving Reiki treatments, many people do claim that their symptoms are dramatically improved, or sometimes even eradicated! Often clients will report that their chronic aches and pains are much better tolerated and that they feel in general much more rested and calm and able to get on with life much easier. Reiki works on many levels including spiritual, emotional, mental and physical. It is an all embracing form of treatment.

  • I have a medical condition; will this affect my ability to have Reiki treatments?
    • There are no contra indications for any medical conditions where Reiki is concerned. The treatments are purely non invasive and no medications or drugs are ever used. However, if you feel that you would like to be reassured by your own GP prior to commencing any Reiki treatments, then please discuss it with him/her.

  • Will I be able to drive after my treatment?
    • Yes, there is no reason why you should not drive after a Reiki treatment. You will be able to do all of the things that you usually do in your day to day life and possibly even more! You may be a little sleepy when your treatment first ends, due to your body being so relaxed and all of the Reiki energy that you have absorbed. However, this is very temporary, and before you leave, the practitioner will ensure that you feel fine.

  • What if I fall asleep during the treatment?
    • Do not worry. This often happens within the first 10 to 15 minutes of a treatment. People tend to drift in and out of sleep, or sleep throughout the whole session because Reiki is such a relaxing experience. It is not necessary for you to be awake to receive the full beneficial effects of Reiki, so just go with the flow, and allow your body to react in its own way.

  • Does the practitioner talk to me throughout the treatment?
    • Prior to the treatment commencing, the practitioner will chat through the planned treatment with you, and answer any questions, concerns or anxieties that you may have. Once the treatment begins, whilst it is not essential, it is usually carried out in silence, with your eyes closed. There will be meditative soft music playing in the background throughout the session to help create a very relaxing and calm atmosphere.

  • Will I be touched intimately?
    • NO. Please do not worry. The practitioner is very careful and mindful to ensure that there is no placing of hands upon any intimate area. You can rest fully assured that your privacy, respect and dignity will be maintained throughout your treatment session.

  • Where does the practitioner place his hands?
    • There are various points along your head, torso and legs that the practitioner places his hands. This usually starts with the shoulders, moving to the crown of your head, your temples, forehead, back of your head, neck area, heart area, your tummy, thighs, calves and ankles. Some or all of these positions will be used throughout your treatment, and possibly additional positions.

  • Is Reiki like Massage?
    • No, Reiki is NOT massage. You may feel feather light touches from the practitioners hands at various points on the head, torso and legs. There is no massaging, no rubbing or pounding. You may get the feeling of pressure at some points even though the practitioner is not pressing heavily onto you. This is as a result of the energy flowing strongly.

  • Will I be laid down for the treatment?
    • Yes, you will lie down on a treatment couch. Usually with a pillow underneath your head and your knees for added comfort. You will remain on your back throughout the course of the whole treatment. However, under certain circumstances, and where it is difficult or painful for you to lie down, you may, if you wish be treated whilst sat up, lying on your side or on your front.
      If it is uncomfortable for you to lie on your back, please notify the practitioner before the treatment commences.

  • How long does a Reiki treatment last?
    • Typically, a treatment will last for one hour. However the first session usually will last for 1½ hours due to the initial discussion/introduction.

Hopi Ear Candles

  • Do I have to have more than one treatment?
    • That depends on the reason why you wanted the treatment in the first place and the results gained from your initial treatment. It may be advised to have a number of treatments over a few months.

  • Is this a relatively new treatment?
    • The treatment an be traced back centuries, practised by ancient Indian tribes.

  • Are the candles like a normal candle?
    • NO, definitely not. They are very carefully manufactured and inspected, and they are classified as Medical Products, class IIa according to the medical device directive 93/42/EEC

  • Why do you use only BIOSUN Ear Candles?
    • These candles are of an industry standard, and are endorsed by many Beauty & Holistic Therapy governing bodies – often if other candles are used, the therapists insurance would not cover this therapy.

      They are hand made, using only the finest natural materials e.g Pure Beeswax, honey extract, and traditional herbs.

  • What are the advantages/benefits of treatment?
    • They can help alleviate the following:

      * Excess ear Wax
      * Glue Ear
      * Sore Throats & Hayfever Sinusitis
      * Rhinitis
      * Catarrh and Asthma
      * Tinnitus
      * Ear Popping when on flights

  • When should I NOT have a Hopi Ear Candling Treatment?
    • If you suffer from any of the following conditions or symptoms, you should avoid this treatment;

      1. Perforated Eardrum
      2. Tympanostomy Tube Implants (Grommets)
      3. Inflammation or Infection of the ear or skin disease in and around the ear
      4. If within first 3 months of pregnancy
      5. Cancer
      6. Certain Contraception medication – implant in arm

  • How do Hopi Ear Candles work?
    • A light suction action (Chimney Effect) and the movement of the flame create a vibration of air in the Ear Candle, generating a massage like effect on the eardrum. This induces a pleasant feeling of warmth in the ears, forehead and sinuses. Any impurities are drawn to the surface where they can be gently removed. They equalise the pressure in the head and ears, making them suitable for most conditions. Secretion flow is gently stimulated and the vapour collects and removes impurities or deposits. Most of these are carried away through the candle “chimney”, although some of them can be found in the condensed candle wax residue after removal from the ear, or could even work their way up to the surface 24-48 hours after.

  • What are Hopi Ear Candles?
    • Thermal Auricular Therapy (also known as Hopi Ear Candles) is a pleasant and non-invasive treatment of the ears, used to treat a variety of conditions. These ear candles induce a revitalising heat upon the head and ears, which soothes, relieves and relaxes.


  • How much does it cost?
    • We believe our flexible tariff is a much fairer system than the usual “one price fits all” philosophy. Our charges are based on the amount of hair you have and how much of it you want removed, i.e. less hair = less money. If you have not been to TJBodyRocks before and call fr a price, you will be quoted the minimum – maximum price, as until we see you, and know what needs to come off, it impossible to give an exact price. If in doubt, ask.

  • Waxing is not for me; do you offer any other method of hair removal?
    • We believe in giving people a choice, and if after researching waxing, and asking any questions that you may have, you still decide not to be waxed, then we offer both a Clippering and a Shaving service.

  • How long will the results last?
    • This varies from person to person. Unlike shaving or hair removal creams, waxing removes hair by the root – this avoids the discomfort of itchy stubble and your hair will grow back slower, softer and sparser. Because of the way hair grows, it may take 3 or 4 appointments spaced evenly apart to get on a growth cycle that gives best results, but stick with it and you’ll soon see what all the fuss is about. To maintain your smooth appearance, we recommend waxing regularly every 4 to 6 weeks. Book your next appointment before you leave, or ask to be placed on our “re call system”.

  • Can I book other treatments right after being waxed?
    • Depending on the area waxed, we generally advise first time customers to wait a day or so before having a massage. You must leave at least 24 hours before tanning, which includes fake tanning and the use of UV sunbeds. A nice way to relax and feel all nice and soothed is to have one of our facial treatments; you will feel great when you leave.


  • How should I care for my skin afterwards?
    • You must avoid heat and friction for at least 24 hours after your appointment. This means no hot baths or showers (washing with cool or lukewarm water is fine), no sunbathing, no saunas, hot tubs or steam rooms, no exercise, and no tight clothing that might cause excessive skin rubbing. You should also avoid swimming and the use of fragranced body lotions or sprays. We recommend applying an antiseptic cream (available to purchase from TJBodyRocks) to the freshly waxed area regularly for 3 days, to soothe and protect the skin. To help prevent ingrown hairs, scrub with a loofah or exfoliating mitt 3 times a week in the bath or shower, then follow with a light application of moisturiser. (See also printable aftercare advice sheet)

  • How long will the treatment take?
    • This depends on the area being waxed and the density of hair. Eyebrows take about 15 minutes, legs 45-60 minutes, and a chest or back wax will take 30-50 minutes depending on hair growth. A first time Brazilian takes 60-90 minutes. We allow extra time for new clients so that you don’t feel rushed, but it’s also worth knowing that it gets quicker and easier every time you attend. You should also allow time to complete a small consultation form (or print it out from here and bring it along with you already completed and signed), as well as getting undressed and dressed again.

  • Is there anything I should do to prepare for my treatment?
    • Yes, please shower before your appointment and, if possible, gently exfoliate the areas you are having waxed for a few days beforehand (use a rough flannel, loofah or exfoliating glove when you are in the bath r shower.. This helps to remove any dead skin cells and lifts the hair.

      Do not shave or use hair removal creams (e.g. Veet) on the area for at least 3 weeks prior to your appointment, as hair needs to be a minimum of ½ cm long in order to wax successfully. If you are already getting waxed on a regular basis, you will need to leave at least 4 weeks between treatments. Don’t worry that your hair may be too long, your therapist will trim if necessary before waxing. We suggest wearing a clean, loose-fitting t-shirt if having your back or chest waxed, loose trousers for leg waxing, and clean cotton underwear for all Brazilian waxing.

  • Are there any conditions that would prevent me from getting waxed?
    • Contagious skin conditions will prevent us from waxing the affected area until the condition has completely cleared. Clients taking Roaccutane must wait 6 months after finishing their medication before receiving a waxing treatment. We are also unable to remove hair from skin that is sunburnt, chafed or broken, or from skin that has been treated with steroid creams, Retin-A, Differin or other retinoid acne products within the last 3 months.

  • Will it feel uncomfortable afterwards?
    • Some slight soreness and redness are common temporary reactions, particularly if this is your first wax. These should subside within a few hours, and many people find that regular waxing results in less irritation. It is not unusual for first time waxees to experience a few pimples on the chest and back – we recommend applying an antiseptic cream to the area for a few days after your treatment, which will help to soothe and protect the skin. Cream or soothing gel will be applied for you before you leave TJBodyRocks, and you may buy some to take home also, for an additional small charge.(Take home cream/lotion is included in the price of intimate waxing)

  • Does waxing hurt?
    • Is the Pope Catholic? Seriously, this differs from person to person. Usually people say that ti was not as bad as they thought it was going to be. We all have different tolerances to pain and discomfort. Your therapist will make sure that your treatment is as comfortable and pain free as possible. The BIG thing to remember is that the more wax treatments you have, the easier it becomes! So, make sure you boo your next appointment before you leave, or ask to be included in our Re-Call system to remind you a week or two before you are due to return. Having your hair removed by a qualified technician is essential to ensure it is done correctly and effectively.

  • What does a waxing treatment involve?
    • The area to be treated is coated with a thin layer of warm wax, which sticks to the hair and removes it by the root when pulled off. We use a combination of soft wax (removed with paper strips) and hard wax (which sets on the skin and is then peeled off by hand) for the most effective and comfortable treatment possible. Only the best quality wax is used, and disposable spatulas are used on a once only basis – to ensure the highest standard of hygiene, health & Safety.

  • What part of the body will not be waxed?
    • The ONLY area of your body that cannot be waxed is your beard & your scalp – everything else can come off!

  • Why do men get waxed?
    • There are many reasons, but here are some of the ones people have told us about;

      * Reduced body odour, particularly in summer
      * Sports related benefits for swimmers, athletes and cyclists
      * Improved appearance and enhanced muscle definition
      * Increased self-confidence
      * Partners prefer the smooth look
      * Waxing of intimate areas heightens sensitivity

      Unlike shaving and hair removal creams, hair is removed by the root. This means it takes longer to grow back (Usually 2 – 3 months before your hair has grown back to its pre-wax state) and re-growth is noticeably softer and sparser. No itchy stubble, No risk of chemical burns from harsh shop bought hair removal creams, long lasting results and fantastically smooth skin… need any more convincing?

  • Do many men get waxed?
    • Male waxing is becoming very popular, and many travel miles to find a good male wax technician to do the job properly. They are discovering the benefits of having smooth, hair-free skin. Men from all walks of life, and all ages now undergo regular waxing treatments, and more and more are discovering the fabulous look and feel that this brings.

Spray Tanning



  • Do you offer naturist massage?
    • I’m afraid I don’t offer a naturist massage. I am perfectly happy to Massage without draping, that’s not a problem at all, but I work in a polo shirt and trousers at all times.


  • Do I need to bring clean underwear to change into after a naked, undraped massage?
    • The wearing of underwear is absolutely personal choice. If you normally wear underwear, then there is no reason why you wouldn’t after a massage. It would be unusual to bring a different pair of underwear to change into after a massage, as the ones you arrive in would be the ones you wear when you leave

  • Do you do Tantric Massage?
    • At this moment in time, I do not provide Tantric massage.

  • What massage medium do you use?
    • We use only high quality massage oils – usually Sweet Almond, or Grapeseed. It is important that yu let us know if you have a Nut allergy, as we can then avoid using Sweet Almond Oil. Other mediums are available, upon prior request – e.g. Massage Cream or Talc.

  • When should I NOT get a massage?
    • Fever: When you have a fever, your body is trying to isolate and expel an invader of some kind. Massage increases overall circulation and could therefore work against your body’s natural defenses.

      Inflammation: Massage can further irritate an area of inflammation, so you should not administer it. Inflamed conditions include anything that ends in –itis, such as phlebitis (inflammation of a vein), dermatitis (inflammation of the skin), arthritis (inflammation of the joints), and so on. In the case of localized problems, you can still massage around them, however, avoiding the inflammation itself.

      High blood pressure: High blood pressure means excessive pressure against blood vessel walls. Massage affects the blood vessels, and so people with high blood pressure or a heart condition should receive light, sedating massages, if at all.

      Infectious diseases: Massage is not a good idea for someone coming down with the flu or diphtheria, for example, and to make matters worse, you expose yourself to the virus as well.

      Hernia: Hernias are protrusions of part of an organ (such as the intestines) through a muscular wall. It’s not a good idea to try to push these organs back inside. Surgery works better.

      Osteoporosis: Elderly people with a severe stoop to the shoulders often have this condition, in which

      Varicose veins: Massage directly over varicose veins can worsen the problem. However, if you apply a very light massage next to the problem, always in a direction toward the heart, it can be very beneficial.

      Broken bones: Stay away from an area of mending bones. A little light massage to the surrounding areas, though, can improve circulation and be quite helpful.

      Skin problems: You should avoid anything that looks like it shouldn’t be there, such as rashes, wounds, bruises, burns, boils, and blisters, for example. Usually these problems are local, so you can still massage in other areas.

      Cancer: Cancer can spread through the lymphatic system, and because massage increases lymphatic circulation, it may potentially spread the disease as well. Simple, caring touch is fine, but massage strokes that stimulate circulation are not. Always check with a doctor first.

      Other conditions and diseases: Diabetes, asthma, and other serious conditions each has its own precautions, and you should seek a doctor’s opinion before administering massage.

  • Is your service confidential?
    • Your discretion and confidentiality is respected and maintained AT ALL TIMES.

  • How should I prepare for my massage?
    • To ensure your own comfort, as well as that of your therapist, you should shower prior to arriving for your massage. You do not need to bring anything with you, except underwear if you wish to wear it, and clean underwear to change into after your massage.

  • What if I get aroused during my massage?
    • Your therapist will not be offended or put off by this, and will work around it. It does happen during massage sometimes, and is just an effect of certain areas being massaged. Usually it comes and goes. It is nothing to be worried about. Your therapist is there to provide you with a great relaxing massage, nothing more.

  • What should I wear for my massage?
    • It is recommended that you wear as little as you feel comfortable wearing. Some people prefer to keep their underwear on (If you decide to do this, some areas e.g. Buttocks may not be able to be massaged properly) If you choose to wear underwear throughout your massage, it is recommended to wear a pair of brief style , or a jock strap. Remember, they may also get some massage oil on them. Many clients choose to be massaged naked, either with a towel covering them or without any towels at all. IT IS YOUR CHOICE. Do not undress beyond your own comfort level.

  • What is the difference between Draped and UnDraped?
    • Draping is the use of towels throughout your massage. You are covered, usually with two or three towels, and only the part of your body to be massaged is exposed at any one time. When that area has been massaged, the towel is carefully placed back over the area, and the next area is exposed. The disadvantage of this is that proper draping takes away approximately 10% of your massage time, covering and uncovering areas. Also, some clients find towels restrictive and the constant movement a hindrance.


  • How long does the treatment take?
    • The treatment is never rushed. However, as a guide, the standard facial takes approximately 40 minutes and the Executive approximately one to one and a quarter hours.

  • What will I wear whilst having my facial?
    • For your comfort, and to protect your clothing, you should remove your shoes, and your shirt. You will be laid down on a treatment couch, and your top half will be covered with a soft towel to keep you snug. The towel will be lowered slightly if you are having a neck and shoulder massage.

  • How often should I have a facial?
    • This is entirely up to you, dependant upon your available time and budget. Weekly facials are wonderful. However once or twice a month is usual.

  • Isn’t a facial a Girly treatment?
    • Not at all. Many men are realising the benefits to good skincare and enjoy the treatments relaxation benefits also.

  • Are there any conditions that could prevent or restrict me having a facial treatment?
      • Some skin conditions such as impetigo, or inflamed acne
      • Facial swelling or inflammation
      • Some Eye disorders
      • Recent operations or facial injuries
      • Allergies to the products used
      • Recent scar tissue
      • Use of some medications (e.g. Roaccutane, Blood thinning agents etc)

      If in doubt, ask. However, a consultation will be carried out before ANY TJBodyRocks treatment to determine your fitness to receive the treatment.

  • What are the main benefits of a facial?
      • To maintain a specific skin condition
      • As a relaxation and stress relief treatment
      • Preparation for a special event
      • To keep the skin healthy and looking good


Intimate Waxing

  • Is waxing of the anus painful?
    • Not half as much as you would imagine!

  • Is waxing of the testicles painful?
    • The hair is pulled out by the root, so, there is some discomfort, but most people state afterwards that it was nowhere near as bad as they thought it was going to be. And they return six weeks later for the same treatment

  • Is it possible to carry out a BSC with a full back and shoulder wax in one appointment?
    • Absolutely. In fact the whole body can be waxed in one appointment.

  • How much does male intimate hair removal cost?
    • See our current price list on the Waxing Page. The price is dependent upon exactly how much hair is to be removed and from where.

      These prices include your homecare products. Please note that a Brazilian treatment does NOT include a back and shoulder wax – if you require this additional service, please book this at the time of making your appointment.

      If you have any questions about male Brazilian waxing or wish to book an appointment, please either telephone to discuss or send us an email.

  • How long will the results last?
    • This varies from person to person. Unlike shaving or hair removal creams, waxing removes hair by the root – this avoids the discomfort of itchy stubble and your hair will grow back slower, softer and sparser. To maintain your smooth appearance, we recommend waxing regularly every 4 to 6 weeks. Book your next appointment before you leave, or ask to be put onto our “recall system”.

  • How should I care for my skin afterwards?
    • For 2 days after your appointment, you must avoid heat and friction. This means no hot baths or showers (washing with cool or lukewarm water is fine), no sunbathing, no saunas, hot tubs or steam rooms, no exercise, no sexual activity (sorry chaps!), and no tight clothing that rubs excessively against the skin. You should also avoid swimming and the use of fragranced body lotions or sprays.

      Your therapist will provide you with an antiseptic cream that you should apply to the freshly waxed skin regularly for 3 days. You will also be given an exfoliating mitt to help prevent ingrown hairs. Starting a few days after your appointment, scrub with the mitt 3 times a week in the bath or shower, then follow with a light covering of moisturiser.

  • How long will the treatment take?
    • You should allow 60 – 90 minutes for your first treatment, which includes your consultation and homecare advice. Subsequent appointments usually take between 45 and 60 minutes. It is better to spend a little more time and do a great job, than rush and injure you.

  • I’m worried about being naked or becoming aroused!
    • Don’t panic! We aim to make all of our customers feel as comfortable as possible, and understand that you may be feeling nervous. Some clients experience temporary arousal in response to the manipulation of their genitals – this is nothing to worry about and usually subsides fairly rapidly. Customers are advised, however, that inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated.

  • What type of wax do you use?
    • We use a combination of soft strip wax and peelable hard wax by Perron Rigot, imported all the way from France. We will not compromise on quality, effectiveness and comfort by using anything less than the best products on your Crown Jewels! Hard wax is regarded by many as being more suitable for sensitive skin and delicate areas, but its use is a little known art in the UK.

  • Who will perform the waxing treatment?
    • As with ALL TJBodyRocks treatments, Terry, the founder and therapist will perform your treatment.

  • How should I prepare for my treatment?
    • Please arrive freshly showered and, if possible, gently exfoliate the area for a few days beforehand. This helps to remove any dead skin cells and lifts the hair for better results. Do not shave or trim the area for at least 3 weeks prior to your appointment, as the hair needs to be at least ½ cm long in order to wax successfully. Don’t worry if your hair is longer than this, as we will trim it to the correct length before waxing.

  • Are there any conditions that will prevent me from getting waxed?
    • Contagious skin conditions will prevent us from waxing the affected area until the condition has completely cleared. Clients taking Roaccutane must wait 6 months after finishing their medication before receiving a waxing treatment. We are also unable to remove hair from skin that is sunburnt, chafed or broken, or from skin that has been treated with steroid creams within the last 3 months.

      We do not recommend having your first Brazilian wax immediately before a special occasion or holiday, as the treated area may look and feel a little sore afterwards – better to let it settle down for a day or two before surprising your unsuspecting partner or adoring public!

  • Will it feel uncomfortable afterwards?
    • Slight soreness, small bumps and redness are common temporary reactions, particularly if this is your first wax. These should subside within a few hours, and many people find that regular waxing results in less irritation. Applying an antiseptic cream to the area for a few days after your appointment will help to soothe and protect the skin. This is included in the price of intimate hair removal – or available at a small additional charge.

  • Will Male Brazilian waxing hurt?
    • We prepare the area with a skin cleanser and jasmine oil prior to applying the wax, for maximum comfort. The wax is removed in very quick pulls, a bit like pulling off a plaster – the quicker you ull, the less uncomfortable it is – a quick “ouch” and then relief! Your therapist has been trained by the leader in the field of Male Intimate Hair Removal. We would be lying if we said it didn’t sting at all, but most clients agree that the discomfort is nowhere near as bad as they anticipated, and reduces even further with regular appointments.

  • What is Male Brazilian waxing?
    • The male Brazilian wax (also known as the back, sac and crack) involves the removal of hair from the groin, penis, scrotum, buttocks and anal area. You may, of course, request that your therapist removes as much or as little hair as you like, and the price will be adjusted accordingly. A popular misconception is that the Back, Sac & Crack includes removing hair from your back – IT DOESN’T. The Back, in this case relates to your buttocks! You can of course have your back hair removed also, but there is an additional charge for this.