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Renew How-To: clean + easy Male Back Wax Treatment

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM

company: clean + easy (a division of American International Industries)/800-621-9585/

target results: Easy, quick hair removal on a man's back using pre- and post-treatments to improve final results.

service summary:
1. Prep skin with "cleanse" antiseptic cleanser by clean + easy.

2. Warm Tea Tree Roll-On Cream Wax (according to instructions) in the clean + easy Waxing Spa.

3. Perform the waxing service as practiced in your spa or salon.

4. After waxing, apply Remove product until wax and excess oil is gone.

5. Apply Cool, a calming, soothing lotion with menthol.

6. Nourish the skin with Restore Dermal Therapy Lotion.

recommended pricing strategy: $40-$75

treatment duration: 15-40 minutes

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