One of the most fiery debates that you might start to notice in the world of waxing revolves around the different kinds of wax that there truly are out there. The thing about this debate is that no one is all that certain about how many wax types there truly are at this current point in time, and a major contributor to that being the case is that there are different ways to classify these wax types which obviously makes them difficult to categorize without a shadow of a doubt.
While everyone that is participating in this debate on linkedin.com will have their own strong opinions on the matter that hand, we feel like there are only three types of wax with everything else being a subcategory of one of the three. The first of these three types are the premade waxing strips that you can buy at the supermarket which are also often referred to as cold wax. The second of these two types is the wax that you would have gotten used to at the salon and it is called hard wax, and it can also be used as soft wax for larger areas since it can get rid of hair more evenly in those types of circumstances.
The final of the three types is sugar wax, and this might be controversial because some would say that it is not a type of wax at all. Indeed, there are those that call using sugar wax sugaring instead of waxing, but whatever the case may be it is a type of wax that is growing in popularity and it can be great for people that tend to have somewhat sensitive skin.