BeauTome Rosin-Free Natural Hard Wax Beans is with a high-quality depilatory range, and based on the most popular professional wax formula, the Anti-Allergy Wax has a low-heat, natural formula, and is highly flexible, making it the perfect solution for your hair removal needs.

Great for sensitive areas such as bikini and Brazilians. Great for all skin types and Normal to coarse hair.

Dermatologists' recommendation for sensitive skin

  •  Excellent for Face, Bikini & intimate Areas.
  • No ROSIN at all.
  • Titanium Dioxide-free.
  • Apply wax to the treated area regardless of hair growth direction.
  •  Low application temperature.
  •  Soothes irritated skin.

Cruelty Free   |   Gluten Free

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BeauTome Rosin-Free Hard Wax beans is a gentle, creamy formula that is perfect for all of your hair removal requirements. One treatment with this low-heat, salon-style wax on sensitive and delicate areas, and your skin will be buoyed with a newfound softness and smoothness.

Gentle Waxing

Creamy texture

Thin, quick and efficient

Nice for the sensitive and delicate areas

Gluten-Free and Paraben Free








Coconut oil, Vaseline, Rosehip oil

Titanium Dioxide

The hard wax beans contain Titanium Dioxide, which has anti-inflammatory properties that are great for alleviating pains. And it makes the beans sticky with a higher hair removal effect. This is our Unique Titanium Dioxide technology.

Great for Facial Waxing

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What type of wax is best for facial waxing?

It is important that you always use hard wax for all facial waxing as strip wax can be rather harsh on delicate skin. Using high-quality wax is very important. Look for waxes that are made with synthetic resin instead of pine resin as these are more reliable from batch to batch as well as likewise cause much less irritation. Additionally look for a wax that contains Titanium Dioxide as this ingredient actively minimizes redness and irritation. Whilst some people will certainly always experience slight redness after waxing we intend to see to it the reactions and also irritations are as minimal as possible.

Is there a temperature you should keep your wax for facial waxing at?

Whatever area of the body you are waxing it should constantly be kept at the very same temperature. Wax is more about finding the best consistency rather than a set temperature. Each heater is different so temperature level as well as dial numbers are just a guide, not a general rule. And also waxes behave in different ways so there really is no blanket policy for all. You must be familiar with the brand name of wax you are using and be able to tell if it is at a perfect working temperature simply by checking out the consistency. If you are finding that you are having issues with temperature or performance, contact the manufacture and also ask them for some additional information on just how to best use their product.

What is the best method of applying wax to the face?

While the face is a small area of the body, there are still a few areas within the area that all need to become close to differently, for example; eyebrows. When waxing eyebrows it is imperative that we have the ability to create neat curves with the wax so we can offer our customers the perfect arch they are seeking. Because of this Brow Beater Spatulas are a perfect choice– they are thin and extremely flexible allowing you enough motion when using the wax. For the upper lip I suggest using a cotton bud. Cotton buds are wonderful because you can roll the tip of the bud upwards from the edge of the lip to the bottom of the nose. By being able to roll the wax on, the layer of wax remains even and in a clean line.

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Facial Waxing FAQs

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Yes! It’s a popular form of hair removal for men and women because it’s long-lasting and removes hair from the root. However, if you’re on certain medications or have a skincare regimen, proceed with caution. “Topical treatments like Retin-A and Differin thin the skin, making it much more sensitive and prone to tears and peeling,”

Some people say your facial hair will grow in thicker after waxing, but this old wives’ tail is false. Waxing will often damage hair follicles in the treated hair to result in thinner hair and less regrowth. With repeated waxing treatments, your unwanted hair will likely become noticeably thinner and more sparse.

At-home wax kits may be effective for some, but often carry a high risk for burned skin, scarring, and infection. People who wax at home also tend to combine facial waxing with at-home peels, scrubs, and masks that can lead to further skin irritation and complications. For the best results, make your facial waxing appointment with a licensed, experienced aesthetician.

Nope! “The hair generally grows back the same — though everyone seems to have their own theory or old wives’ tale about it,” says Grochowska, who adds that generally, most people find that long-term waxing will result in less regrowth. That said, the hair “will seem thicker if it’s broken [a.k.a. cut from shaving] than if it’s removed at the root” because it won’t have a tapered end.

Depending on how fast your hair grows, a wax can last you a couple of weeks or a couple of months. The annoying thing about shaving is that if you’re particularly hairy, stubble will probably start cropping up within a day or two, which isn’t so much of a problem with waxing. The great thing about waxing is that it’s semi-permanent — it lasts two to eight weeks.

When you tear out hair and pull at your skin with wax, there’s a chance you will wind up with some irritation. “Some people are red for a few minutes, some are red for 12 hours,” says Grochowska. “If you’ve never been waxed before or you’re trying a new place or type of wax, it’s best to err on the side of caution and give yourself plenty of time to recuperate.”

Most of the time, you just have to wait it out, but there are ways to help speed up the process. “Most people respond well to aloe gel,” says Grochowska. Dr. Imahiyerobo-Ip also advises using a little over-the-counter hydrocortisone to soothe the skin. Just to be safe, if you’ve got a big event to go to and want to prep your brows or lip, schedule your wax a few days beforehand to ensure any redness goes down.

No. Double dipping (a.k.a when the stick is dipped into wax for multiple applications) is a big no-no. Why? Bacteria and pathogens can get introduced into the pot, which is a huge health risk — especially if you’re at a salon.