*This is a guest post*
It’s no secret that Christmas shopping can become quite expensive, especially as the list grows and grows over the years. In addition to the price tag though, figuring out that perfect gift is often quite difficult. Have you considered buying wax treatment gift certificates for someone on your Christmas list? Now is the time to do so!
For whom would such a gift certificate be appropriate? Well, you do not want to insinuate that any of your family members or friends are overly hairy, so it would be best to purchase it for someone who has expressed a desire to get waxed. Of course, purchasing it for a very close family member or friend who will absolutely not be offended is another possibility. Do not limit these types of gift certificates to women; plenty of men on your list might love never having to worry about excessive back or chest hair ever again.
This gift does not necessarily have to come in the form of a gift certificate either and it could actually be part of a day out. Plan a date to take your mother, aunt, sister-in-law, brother or another person out to lunch, and then you can both visit the waxing salon. Check to see if any other services are available, and maybe the two of you can receive a massage once the waxing process is complete.
When purchasing such a gift for a person, consider the fact that waxing is an on-going process. It’s not as though the individual will receive a wax and then never have to have one again for the rest of his or her life. One way to remedy this situation is to purchase a couple of wax sessions or gift certificates for wax sessions for the individual. Ultimately though, you may be on a budget. In this case, tell the individual how happy you are with your own personal results, and he or she might be motivated to go back for future sessions.
How should this gift be presented to the recipient? Body hair is a sensitive issue, even for the most open person in your life. Therefore, it would be best to give this present in private. If you generally exchange gifts in front of other people, put it in a card with another gift card to cover it up, or simply give the rest of the gift at the public exchange and talk about the wax treatment later.
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