Brazilian Waxing Lead American Entrepreneur to Wax Financial

The latest buzz from the streets of Madison Avenue to the beaches of Brazil is that girls in-the-know are "taking it all off." Gwyneth Paltrow said it "changed her life." Sex in the City created a cult following around it.

What could possibly be such a life changing event? Brazilian waxing, of course! Once you go to Brazil, there’s no coming back.

"Getting in touch with your inner sex goddess would begin with the Brazilian wax," says Eva Longoria from Desperate Housewives. It’s a fashion staple for those who wear Cosabella thongs, revealing bikinis and women who want to feel extra sexy under their outfit.

Glamour girls adore the smooth look of a Brazilian but dread the pain, razor bumps and irritation that can accompany it. They have a love/hate relationship with waxing, shaving, laser hair removal and depilatories in the sensitive bikini area because hair removal can be quite painful.

Women suffer for beauty; they tweeze their eyebrows, hop from limo to limo in five inch Jimmy Choos and slough off their skin with microdermabrasion.

However, no fashion trend feels closer to Medieval Torture than the Brazilian bikini wax. With the burgeoning popularity of revealing clothing and barely-there swimwear, women want a smooth look and will suffer from pain, razor bumps and ingrown hair for a Brazilian.

What’s a girl to do who craves no hair down there but loathes the side- effects of Brazilian skincare? A-listers are turning to MiN Solution2, a revolutionary bikini skin care treatment discovered by millions to help banish the redness, razor bumps, ingrown hair and irritation associated with hair removal.

Or so the product makers would have us believe. This treatment combines liquid aspirin with botanical ingredients believed to reduce pain, ingrown hair, razor bumps, redness and irritation associated with hair removal.

Its transdermal delivery system, say the makers of Solution2, attacks pain and irritation at the source for optimal results,  and can be considered a Brazilian beauty’s best friend.

The treatment is infused with organic spearmint and it is also lightly scented with a mint fragrance, all to alleviate many of the unpleasant after-effects of waxing and shaving.

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