what is threading ?
The ancient art of threading dates back to over 6000 years ago and is widely used across the world but mainly in Middle Eastern, Indian and Asian cultures
does threading hurt?
You can expect some mild discomfort during and after the treatment. Aloe Vera gel will be applied to the treated area to help soothe the skin. You may also apply Aloe Vera or Witch Hazel gels to soothe the area further after your treatment, if needed
how is threading different to waxing?
Threading removes the hair from the follicle the same as waxing but unlike its counterpart, does not use any heat or chemicals.
Threading is achieved using a single piece of cotton and
allows for more thorough and sharp results, whilst being more suited to sensitive skin
Everyone's hair growth rate and type of hair is different.
Treatment results can last between 2-6 weeks depending on your own hair type and whereabouts your hair is within the growth cycle
Those with dark, coarse hair may find that regrowth is quicker than someone with fair and fine hair
how long will it last?
is threading safe for me?
Threading is a safe and accurate method of facial hair removal for most skin types and ages. You must state before your treatment if you are suffering with any conditions that may be affecting your skin
You must correctly follow the skin-stretching instructions during your treatment to avoid injury
how to book in
Please make your booking via the correct page in the treatments menu. You are able to choose a slot that suits you. You will receive a confirmation email and a reminder email - so check your junk folder if it's your first time booking with Earth & Beauty. You do not need a patch test.
For the first 24 hours after your treatment:
Do not touch or rub the treated area
Do not enter a swimming pool, sauna or jacuzzi
Do not apply any foundation or creams
No excessive sweating from exercise etc.
If your skin is still sore, you are able to use aloe vera, witch hazel, coconut oil or rose water to soothe the skin
After the first 24 hours following your treatment:
Use a brow wand, as required, to comb the brows into place after sleeping or showering
Use a brow nourishing serum to condition the brows and keep them in tip-top condition for your next treatment and for the health of the hairs
Gently and regularly exfoliate the area if you suffer with under-the-skin brow hairs that couldn't be removed during your treatment due to being unde the skin