(I tried to post this before but it seems to be lost in cyber-space; so if the first does post later, please forgive my repetition.
I am both a mom and a licensed aesthetician. I have been removing hair from the bikinis of moms-to-be, including my own)for two decades. When done properly, the experience can be a postive one, with desiable results.
Some things to look for in choosing where to go:
What are their sanitizing policies?
Do they use disposable applicators?
What type wax are they using? It makes a big difference. I use soy--better for you, better for the environment.
What temperature do they heat their wax to? it should work at approx. 98.6
Have they waxed an expectant mother before? Make sure they have a few under their belt.
Are they comfortable waxing the bikini area in the first place? some are not. here again find out how many they have done.
home care is imporatant. you shouldn't have to ask about it, they should offer you this info as part of the service.
Happy hunting, and have a beautiful day!
Natural Beauty Studio, llc
(you can check out my listing under businesses)