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Nu Waxing Workshop
Phone: 2869-9680
Nu Waxing Workshop, 23/F, Hing Wai Building (Coach Building), 36 Queen's Rd. Central, Central, Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., China



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Mon-Fri 10:30am-8:30pm; Sat-Sun 10am-6pm
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The signature treatment is the sexy Brazilian wax and Nu Waxing Workshop promises an "almost painless" experience, thanks to a special technique by the therapists and high-quality wax. The therapists are also a bit artsy, so you can ask about designs and even Swarovski crystal add ons. In addition to intimate areas, the salon also offers full-body waxing solutions for both men and women. First-time waxing customers enjoy 50 percent off, so spend your savings on a mani-pedi at the perky Nail Spa.


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