PERSONAL-USE WAX HEATERS
BeauTome’s wax heaters are designed for personal waxing convenient and safe! Our quality heaters are made with Grade A durable materials, ensure waxes are kept at a well-balanced continuous temperature and perform well all day long! We’ve got you covered through every stage of the waxing process, making sure you have the perfect equipment for the best results.
SALON-USE WAX HEATERS
Choosing a professional wax warmer has meant that you’re stepping up your waxing game 100%! BeauTome is your one-stop shop for the total wax pot. We cooperate closely with licensed professionals to construct products that make an absolute disagreement in their workday. So in case you require a wax warmer for at home or your waxing business, these gorgeous machines are composed for the best.
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WAX HEATER SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
BeauTome wax heaters are designed to be used by both licensed professionals and casual users. Here are the safety measures to take in operating your wax heaters:
- Never immerse your wax heater or other electrical appliances in water.
- Always unplug your wax heater from the power supply when not in use, prior to use, when setting down, and before cleaning.
- The device must be kept on a stable surface at all times.
- Ensure the voltage for the electrical source and the wax heater are compatible (1 10-120 Volts US).
- Always keep out of reach of children and pets.
- Never use in a bathroom or near any source of water or other liquids.
- Keep your wax heater out of direct sunlight and ultraviolet radiation.
- Remember to unplug the wax heater before removing wax cans or aluminum tins from the device.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Because soft and hard waxes have different properties, we have designed warmers specially made for either soft or hard wax. Choose a soft or hard wax warmer based on your preferred wax type and waxing style.
Our professional warmers are explicitly designed for use with BeauTome waxes. To get the very best performance from our wax formulas, we highly recommend only using BeauTome wax warmers.
BeauTome soft and hard wax formulas are made for use with professional wax warmers. Due to the different wattages, never heat up hard wax in a microwave as this can cause severe burns. BeauTome soft wax cans are made of metal and should only be used with BeauTome soft wax warmers to avoid a fire or injury.
Yes! BeauTome professional waxing kits come equipped with everything you need to begin waxing like a pro! Whether you use soft or hard wax, we have a wax warmer kit you will absolutely love!
All of our warmers will maintain your wax at the optimal temperature for the entirety of your waxing session. We strongly recommend unplugging your warmer at the end of every workday and when not in use.
The amount of time it takes to heat your wax depends on the specific warmer and wax you are using.
For our wax warmer, we recommend waiting approximately 20-30 minutes using the highest temperature setting. Once the wax has stabilized and reached a full liquid form, lower the temperature to a low mid-level setting and allow for the wax to cool off. Proceed to wait an additional 15-20 minutes until the wax has reached a honey-like texture.
As our wax pot is with a non-stick layer, so it is simple and easy to remove the wax in the wax pot!
If your wax is not setting, it may have been applied too thickly, or the product’s temperature was too hot. Your room’s temperature is also important. For optimal results, keep your room temperature around 70°F -72°F when using your BeauTome wax warmer.
No matter the outside temperature of your room or warmer, always make sure that your wax maintains a honey-like consistency before use. Guide yourself by the way your wax moves around using a spatula. The precise setting temperature of your wax varies with the size of your wax pot, and the type and amount of wax warming in your warmer.