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Cooktown Orchid Beads

  • Rose Fragrance
  • Faster setting wax designed with super glide for ultra- fine application whilst remaining pliable.
  • Formulated without pine resin this wax is perfect for clients who suffer sensitivity after waxing.
  • Highly suited for Brazilian waxing.
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The stunning Cooktown Orchid is Queensland’s floral emblem. It is native to Queensland’s northern tropics and is named after the northern Queensland town of Cooktown. The Cooktown Orchid grows in a wide variety of habitats around the Cape York Peninsula ranging from coastal scrub on trees and rocks, to mangroves, riverine vegetation, rainforest, vine thickets, gullies in open forest and even swamps.

Jax Wax Australia Cooktown Orchid Wax is a formulated for mainly humid tropic conditions as it is a faster setting wax designed with the ability to be applied thinly while remaining pliable. The Australian indigenous people used the Cooktown Orchid for medical purposes, and outer foliage has heated and used as a decorative binding on their tools, waist-belts and other ornaments. Jax Wax Australia Cooktown Orchid Wax is a versatile synthetic wax formulated without pine resin and is perfect for people who suffer sensitivity, Brazilian and underarm waxing.

Coastal Banksia Beads

  • Coconut and Lime Fragrance
  • Ultra-pliable, low temperature, soft and workable.
  • Superior hair removal reduces redness and irritation.
  • Recommend for all areas.
  • Ideal for sensitive skin.

Australian Wattle Beads

  • Magnolia and Honeysuckle Fragrance
  • Quick setting designed for hot humid conditions.
  • Perfect for all skin types especially mature fragile skin
  • Suitable for menopausal skin
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Wattles, also called acacias, are an iconic component of the Australian bush and are Australia’s official floral emblem and feature on the Australian Commonwealth Coat of Arms. Found in all areas of Australia, wattles are tolerant of a broad range of conditions and they are adapted to cope with hot, dry climates.

Jax Wax Australia’s Australian Wattle Wax has been formulated for use in a wide range of climates from tropical conditions through to Polar Regions and for various skin types including delicate menopausal skin. Indigenous Australians used wattles routinely for a very wide range of purposes: from food and medicines, to utensils, weapons and musical instruments. Jax Wax Australia’s Australian Wattle Wax is also suitable for a wide range of waxing services from delicate facial waxing to the coarsest Brazilian wax.

Alpine Bluebell Beads

  • Lavender Fragrance
  • Extreme flexibility, fast setting and effortless to apply.
  • Cool and calming on the skin.
  • Super strength, will remove the finest and the thickest of hairs.
  • Recommended for all areas.
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The Royal Bluebell is a violet coloured Australian wildflower and the floral emblem of the Australian Capital Territory. Royal Bluebell occurs mainly in sub-alpine woodland in the Australian Capital Territory, south-eastern New South Wales and Victoria. It is suitable for growing in sunny or semi-shaded positions in cool regions.

The Royal Blue Bell makes a great ground cover and grows very well in shallow pots and hanging baskets. Jax Wax Australia’s Alpine Bluebell has been formulated to be used in all types of climates from cool Alpine regions to mild temperate areas. The Australian indigenous Wurundjerri people used the flowers as bush tucker for a very long time. Jax Wax Australia’s Alpine Bluebell Wax is a versatile wax suitable for a wide range of treatment areas from delicate facial waxing to a full leg wax.

Daintree Blackbean Beads

  • Sandalwood and Cedarwood Fragrance
  • Perfect for male waxing
  • Cedarwood essential oil will cool and calm the skin.
  • Removes stubborn, multi directional coarse hair.
  • Recommended for men & women with stubborn hair
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Black Bean, also known as the Morton Bay Chestnut is a flowering plant native to the rainforest regions along the east coast of northern Australia. Renowned for its stunning red and yellow flowering displays, the Black Bean is one of the largest families of flowering plants. Black Beans are a hardy plant that can tolerate a variety of conditions including frost, heavy shade and full sun.

Jax Wax Australia’s Daintree Black Bean Wax has been formulated for strong coarse hair and can be used in a variety of climates including frosty cooler climates and burning desert sun. Indigenous Australians found the Black Bean’s seeds a reliable, source of protein, fat and fibre. Beauty professionals will also find Jax Wax Australia’s Daintree Black Bean Wax to be a reliable high performance wax especially suited to tough male hair

Victorian Heath Beads

  • Frankincense Fragrance
  • Super flexible, contains titanium dioxide to calm redness.
  • Designed to be used at a lower working temperature, this is a highly workable wax.
  • Great wax for students.
  • Recommended for all areas.
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The Common Pink Heath is the Victorian floral emblem and was the first Australian state to officially recognise a floral emblem. It is found mainly in southern Victoria’s semi‐shaded west foothills and coastal heathlands including the Grampians and the Little Desert National Parks. The winter flowering of Pink Heath surprises people with its welcome addition of colour to bushland in southern Victoria.

Jax Wax Australia’s Victorian Heath has been formulated to be used at a lower working temperature making this a highly workable wax. Their succulent berries and abundant nectar were eaten by the local Indigenous Australians and the early settlers. Honeyeater birds, particularly the eastern spinebill, also feed upon the nectar of the flowers which encourages pollination. Jax Wax Australia’s Victorian Heath Wax contains titanium dioxide which calms redness and making it a great all round wax for students and therapists

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