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Service Menu


$35 -  Bikini 

$45 -  Extended Bikini

$55 -  Brazilian (includes sides, top, labia, and butt crack) 

$45 -  Brazilian Maintenance (4-6 weeks from initial wax with me)

$20  - Buttocks

$15 -  Butt Crack

$75  - Full Leg

$45  - Half Leg

$45 -  Full Arm

$30 -  Half Arm

$20 -  Underarms 

$15 -  Neck


$15 - Brows

$10 - Lip 

$20 - Brow & Lip

$10 - Nose

$10 - Chin

$15 - Cheeks

$50 - Full Face 


$15 - Brow Tint 

​$20 - Lash Tint 

$30 - Brow Wax & Tint 

*If you have never been waxed before, please click on the waxing prep box above. 

Specializing in both female and male and Brazilian waxing, Lorna's Heavenly Skin Studio has been serving the Scottsdale and North Phoenix areas since 2006.

It is my pleasure to provide an amazing wax experience for my clients whether they are coming in to get waxed for the first time, or they are veteran waxers. 

Waxing should not be an experience that you dread, so I will make your service as painless and comfortable as I can. As painless waxing is not completely possible, I focus on getting the necessary process over quickly so that you can move on to something much more enjoyable! 


Hair on any part of the body or face can be waxed. The wax is applied to the desired area and then removed, bringing the hair with it. There are two types of wax: hard and soft. Hard wax, which is gentler on delicate skin, is often used for the face, underarms, and bikini and Brazilian area. Soft wax is normally used for the legs, arms, back, and chest. 


Waxing reduces hair growth when performed at regular intervals which is normally between 4-6 weeks. As the wax pulls the hair out by the root, it grows back softer, finer, and thinner.


I always wear gloves and never double dip my wax sticks. The stick is used once then thrown away as to not contaminate the wax and to protect you from harmful bacteria and disease.

After every client leaves everything is disinfected with Barbicide, which is a hospital grade disinfectant that is effective against TB, HBV, HCV, viruses, bacteria (including MRSA and VRE) and fungi.

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