My experience with Starpil Wax Warmer [Review]
Are you a professional beautician looking for a quality wax warmer? You might be worried about the low-quality wax warmers available in the market, which takes a lot of time to melt the wax.
Moreover, some wax warmers do not heat the wax evenly, which make problems for the estheticians while doing their job. Starpil Wax warmer is the solution for all these issues as I used it personally and found it to be the best. After such an amazing user experience, I wondered why not share it with you guys.
Last Monday, I ordered a starpil wax warmer along with the wax and sticks for my brother’s weddings party. I did not know much about these as I had never used them before. I used to visit my esthetician whenever I needed it.
However, on this memorable occasion, we tried to do something new. So I ordered the wax warmer along with other accessories three days before the required date. I wasn’t much confident about the quality of the product and whether it would arrive on time or not.
I was surprised to see the package on the very next evening at my doorstep. The delivery time was superb, and the beautifully packed box had everything inside it. Our whole family tried the wax on their beards, faces, chest, legs; hence its results were exceptional at every skin.
The Starpil wax warmer does not take much time for melting any hard wax. It is the best choice for beauty salons where customers don’t like to wait much for the wax to melt. The quality of the electronics also seems fine as I haven’t encountered any issues yet.
Types of Starpil Wax Warmers
There are four basic categories in which we divide the Starpil Wax warmers. Each category has further different wax warmer sets according to the bowl size and the amount of wax required to be melted. The four categories are as follows:
- Hard Wax Warmer
- Soft Wax Warmer
- Starter Warmers
- Roll-on Wax Warmers
Now it depends upon your necessity whether you have a hard wax or a soft wax.
Every electrical device needs to be handled with care if you don’t want destruction at your home or workplace. Similarly, Starpil Wax Warmer also has some safety precautions. Let’s discuss these to avoid any accidents.
Cleaning Starpil Wax Warmer
The best and recommended way to clean a Starpil Wax Warmer after use is to heat it and clean it with tissues or towels. Don’t forget to wear safety gloves as the device might be hot. Finish cleaning with a concentrated solution of 70% isopropyl alcohol.
Heating Starpil Wax
The best way to heat your wax is using a Starpil Wax Warmer. Never go for other electrical appliances such as microwaves or some other similar devices. Follow the instructions given in the user manual.
If you have a hard wax, use a hard wax warmer and for a soft wax, go for soft wax warmer. Never try to melt hard wax in a soft wax warmer, as it may break the device or give rise to a technical fault. Starpil Wax Warmers are highly advanced wax warmers, and only professionals can use these the best way.
Besides these, some other standard safety precautions are:
Never immerse the warmer in the water.
Never plugin if the wax warmer is wet.
Don’t touch it when it’s on
Keep out of the children’s reach.
Protect your Starpil Wax Warmer from radiations or direct sunlight
Always keep the device on a stable surface even if it’s not in use
It would be better if a professional operated it
Specifications of Starpil Wax warmer
The inner width and dept of the pot are 4✕4 inches. The warmer is 6.5 inches wide and 5 inches deep. A voltage of 150 volts or 50-60 Hz is enough to run the device perfectly.
You can adjust the temperature as per your choice (between 45-105 degrees Celsius)
An extra pan with a handle
An on/off lamp to let you know if the wax is ready or not.
It needs to be handled carefully.
Only a professional can use it ideally.