Professional Wax Warmers
We are PUMPED that you’re here and ready to amp up your waxing business with a Miss Cire professional wax warmer! We’ve got the largest online selection of wax warmers for hair removal for spas, salons, and waxing pros like you! Our unique wax warmers are designed in collaboration with experienced estheticians, so each one is here to meet the highest standards of the most discerning waxing professional. Our extensive line of cool wax warmers caters to hard, soft, and roll-on wax services and comes in numerous sizes and colors. So, let’s shop!
Frequently Asked Questions
We know that making investments in your waxing salon business can get overwhelming, so we’re always here to make sure you’re making the best choices for your specific needs. Look at these FAQs to find the best wax warmers for hair removal for your business.
Miss Cire professional wax heaters are extremely safe when following these wax warmer safety hacks.
- Water and your wax warmer don’t mix. Keep your electric wax warmer out of bathrooms, pool areas, or away from open liquids.
- When you’re not using your professional wax heater, removing wax cans, or giving it a clean-up, keep it off and unplugged.
- Avoid touching your body wax warmer while it’s on.
- Unlike your ex, keep your wax pot warmer stable – like on a table or countertop.
- Keep your waxing warmer cool in a room that’s at a neutral temperature and away from direct sunlight.
- Only clean with wax warmer-friendly cleaning materials like a lint-free cloth, Miss Cire Wax Cleaner, and avoid using alcohol or harsh chemicals so you don’t ruin the paint on your wax pot.
- Keep it upright when moving a wax pot (especially if there’s wax in it).
- Our unique electric wax warmers are compatible with power sources that can facilitate 10-120 Volts, so don’t take it to France, for example, without the proper converter.
- Keep children and pets away from your professional wax warmers, or chaos may ensue.
- If you have any issues, call us at Miss Cire. We got your back—and your wax! Phone: +1 (305) 302-2129 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since we have the largest online selection of unique wax warmers, we understand how challenging it can be to pick the right one. Let’s start by finding out the following:
- Do you prefer hard wax vs. soft wax?
- What kinds of waxing services do you provide most, and how many services do you do a day?
- What’s your color vibe? We’ve got plenty!
We have both hard wax warmers and soft wax warmers, roll-on cordless wax warmers, and double wax warmers with both hard and soft wax capabilities. All Miss Cire wax pot warmers are designed with omnidirectional heating elements that heat from the sides and bottom to guarantee evenly-melted wax in 20 minutes or less.
Miss Cire Hard Wax Warmers
Starting at 2.2lb, our medium electric hard wax heaters are perfect for full-time brow artists or facialists with part-time body-waxing clients. Miss Cire's five and ten-pound warmers are for those booked solid with body-waxing services that run the gamut. No matter which one you choose, you will have the ultimate waxing ride or die.
Miss Cire Soft Wax Warmers
Being a softy doesn’t mean you don’t go hard on hair removal because our revolutionary soft wax warmers also feature hard wax capabilities. They truly are the warmers that can do both. These hard/soft, unique wax warmers can melt down 14oz cans of Miss Cire soft wax and come in double wax warmers that facilitate two of those 14oz bad boys for waxing professionals who like to pull double waxing duty.
Wax Warmers That Can Do It All!
Miss Cire has double wax warmers that can be all hard wax, or there are some that can also facilitate 14oz cans of soft wax. The hard wax side comes in three different sizes (2.2lb, 5lb, and 10lb). We also have a 14oz double wax warmer that can be used with both hard and soft wax.
Roll-On Soft Wax Warmers
If you are a speed waxer for life and love a super hygienic waxing method, you’ve gotta try roll-on waxing. It’s a system that comes with a cordless wax warmer, a charging base, and numerous soft wax cartridges.
Here is a list of colors you may find some of our wax warmers in.
Before you plug in a wax warmer, it’s important to read its directions and precautions. These handy wax warmer hacks will teach you how to use a Miss Cire wax pot warmer safely.
Step 1. To use a body wax warmer, turn on its on/off switch at the back of the warmer and turn its dial to the desired temperature recommended on your wax packaging.
Step 2. The goal is to melt the wax down to a thick honey-like consistency for hard wax and into a liquid for soft wax. This can take around 20 minutes, depending on how much wax you need to heat up.
Pro Wax Warmer Hacks
- Many brands suggest melting down your wax to a liquid before lowering the heat on your waxing warmer to cool wax into its safe application temperature; this alters the performance of your wax. Only melt down your wax once to the suggested application temperature on your wax packaging. It takes about the same amount of time as the alternative method – without messing up your wax.
- Consistently stir your wax from the outer edge. You can add more wax beads to the pot to help cool the wax down.
- Pay attention to the temperature of your wax throughout the day and how it’s reacting. Wipe down your electric wax warmer often to keep it looking fierce!
- At the end of each workday, turn the dial to off and shut off the on/off switch on the back of your waxing warmer when you’re done using it. Put the lid back on to keep wax clean when not in use.
What you’ll need to clean an electric wax heater:
- Lint-Free Fabric
- Miss Cire Wax Cleaner
- Thick Rubber Gloves (for heat safety)
- Facial Safety Gear
Disclaimer: Be careful; you’ll need to be working with a heated wax pot and chemicals from your wax cleaner.
There are a couple of reasons to want to know how to remove hard or soft wax from a body wax warmer:
- You want to switch out a full pot of one formula for another.
- You are at the end of your wax, and you want to try something new.
- You want to know how to clean hard wax that has spilled on your professional wax warmer or a hard surface.
When switching out a can of soft wax, it’s as simple as using a Miss Cire Can Handle, while removing hard wax from a wax warmer can be a whole different story. Follow along with the next few FAQs to learn how to remove hard wax from a wax warmer when it’s a large or small amount.
At the end of a long day, remember to give your professional wax warmer some love to keep it looking professional and dressed to impress for the next day of workin’ that wax.
Turn off the on/off switch on the back of your warmer and unplug it. Be sure that it’s not hot when you spruce it up. Apply Miss Cire Wax Cleaner onto a lint-free fabric and buff away to clean off any wax residue and give your cute wax warmer a nice shine. If you’ve got some thicker wax splashes on your wax machine, just apply a few drops of our cleaner over the area and let it sit to break down the wax.
If you’ve just gotta have that wax in a rush, the only time it’s safe to use wax in a microwave is when you’re using Miss Cire No Hair Down There, a microwavable wax, or other microwavable waxes. But if you’re trying to melt regular high-quality hard wax, using a professional Miss Cire Wax warmer is the safest way to get small to large quantities of wax evenly melted down in 20 minutes.
Here’s what happens if you microwave wax. Using a microwave to melt hard wax will take ages and be inconsistent with some parts of your wax not melted and some burnt.NEVER MICROWAVE SOFT WAX!!!
We don’t mean to be rude but HECK NO! Putting a metal can of soft wax in a microwave can result in a fire, and is a big-time dangerous drama, with the potential to injure (or worse) you and your client.
On that note, don’t use a stove either; stick to a Miss Cire Wax Warmer.
Each wax formula has its own special kind of magic and temperature-specific ways it likes to be melted down and worked. Most Miss Cire wax warmers are made to melt down small to large amounts of wax in approximately 20-30 minutes. While soft wax can be melted down into a liquid, hard wax should only be melted down to its application temperature noted on your wax’s packaging. Melting hard wax down to a liquid form can degrade the formula and its performance.
Keep in mind that there are a few things that can prolong wax-melting time, such as:
- How cold or warm your room is. Keep your wax room temperature in the low 70s .
- The quality of your wax warmer and wax (waxes with bad-quality pine rosins can crystallize into chunks that will never melt).