Resins or waxing are effective methods for removing body hair. Harsening is the Dutch term for using resin to remove hair from the root, while waxing is the English term for the same method. Both methods can be applied either hot or cold and are suitable for small and large areas of the body. The choice between the terms waxing and waxing depends on personal preference and whether one is willing to explain the difference exactly.
What is usually meant by the phrase "we don't wax, we wax" is that 2 different techniques are used: Waxing often means using soft hot wax that is removed with a strip, while waxing uses hard wax that can be removed by hand without strips or paper. Hard wax does not stick to the skin, while soft wax can stick to the skin.
This means that ' waxing' can generally be more painful than 'waxing' because the resin can adhere to the hair and skin. With waxing, the wax adheres only to the hair, which makes for less pain and less chance of skin irritation.
Resins/waxing are both suitable for both small and large areas of the body. For example, they can be used to remove hair on the legs, arms, back, abdomen, chest and bikini line. However, it is important to note that some areas of the body are more sensitive than others and using these methods may be more painful in some areas than others. This often influences the choice of the type of wax that will be used on the sensitive body areas.