Soft wax adheres to your skin as well as to the hair. This means that the outermost top layer of your skin also comes off when the wax is pulled off.
As it explains that this makes the process more painful than waxing with hard wax.
Unlike hard wax that comes off on its own, soft wax requires a waxing strip to remove the wax and hair from your skin.
This may leave your skin red and irritated afterward.
Because both the top layer of your skin and hair follicle are removed, we suggest that you shouldn’t retreat an area, even if some hairs weren’t removed on the first try.
Soft wax works best on large areas like your back, legs and arms.