My ex bought this GiGi wax machine from Sally’s Beauty store and I’ve had it for a couple of years now and I love having it at my house. I’ve saved countless dollars throughout these two years. It’s convenient to have your own. I use it for my eyebrows, legs, armpits, and my lady mustache. Plus, now i don’t have to get semi embarrassed when I go to the salon to get my eyebrows waxed and the lady asking me if I want to get my lady mustache done as well. I hated paying $8- 10 just for those little pesky hairs. That adds up!
As I was going through my cabinets comma I saw a little bottle of Goo Gone and I was like, “I could definitely use this to clean off the excess leftover wax on my machine.”
I put it to the test and it cleaned it up quick and easy.
All I had to do was; heat up my wax machine because it was time to do my eyebrows anyways, turn off your machine once you’re done using it, but while it’s still warm, you want to soak up a cotton ball or napkin with the Goo Gone, baby oil, or Avon’s Skin So Soft, and wipe up the left over wax on the sides of your wax machine. Depending on the wax build-up, you may have to use a little elbow grease. Other than that, it’s easy-peasy.
You don’t have to buy some type of extra specialized wax solvant just to clean up your wax machine. You can use any type of oil based product that you already have at home. There’s no need to waste any more money than you have to.
I hope this is useful for you as it is for me.
Thanks for stopping by and if you have any other suggestions on how to clean your at-home wax machine, feel free to let us know in the comments.
Until next time, have a beautiful day my Beauties!