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Strip, Ministry of Waxing

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    Strip, Ministry of Waxing
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Hands up, hairies! Let the Ministry of Waxing trim down those furry bushes of yours in super quick time. After openings in Singapore, London, New York and Hong Kong, they bring their signature 15-minute Brazilian wax job to our shores. Despite their name, they also go beyond waxing with the IPL semi-permanent hair reduction. All staff are highly trained by specialists, and they definitely don’t double dip—ever. From soft wax to their special berry chocolate hard wax, the prices range from B150 to B1,750, depending on the wax and the area you select. You might need to pay more for IPL sessions, (B1,500-B30,000) but the result lasts longer while promising less ouch. They also offer post waxing products for an even smoother outcome. Narisa Pokunchanan

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Phone: 02-658-0343
Strip, Ministry of Waxing, 3/F, Siam Discovery, Bangkok, Thailand

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