3 July, 2019

Top Hair Removal Salons In Hong Kong: Where To Get Waxing, IPL And More

3 July, 2019

Here’s where to go to stay silky smooth and fuzz free in Hong Kong, whether your prefer waxing, threading, IPL or laser!

The temperature has risen and the humidity has really kicked in, so no more hiding those legs away in long trousers, it’s time to make sure they are fit to be seen in the great outdoors. To help you in your quest for fuzz-free limbs, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite Hong Kong hair removal salons (from the super cheap to the ultra-luxe). And with waxing, threading, IPL and laser all on offer, smooth, silky skin is just an appointment away.

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beauty hair removal hong kong nude beautique

Nude Beautique

With three locations across Hong Kong, Nude Beautique has been around since 2007. The salon’s top priority is service, so you can guarantee your wax will be almost painless and efficient. Its internationally-trained therapists are considered some of the most friendly and professional in town. Its waxing menu, which really is extensive, includes bikini waxes from $240 (you can also choose to add shape, body stickers or body tattoos for an additional charge) and threading from $150. The salon has an equally impressive list of services for men, so no need for the guys out there to feel left out. It also offers laser hair removal (new customers will receive a 50% discount on their first trial) which is FDA approved so you can guarantee it’s not only safe, but highly effective. You’ll need to book a complimentary consultation first, so a laser package can be tailored to your specific requirements. There are handy live chat and online booking functions on its website, making it as easy as possible to secure an appointment.

Sassy Perk: If you mention you’re a Sassy reader and are a new customer, you’ll get 20% off your first wax at Nude Beautique.

Nude Beautique, 14-01, 14/F, M88 Wellington Place, 2-8 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, [email protected], www.nudewaxing.com.hk

beauty hair removal hong kong dolmaDolma Waxing Boutique

Dolma is a bit of an institution on the Hong Kong waxing scene (and with very good reason), having built up a dedicated following over the past two decades. Her boutique promises a relaxing and comforting environment, with cleanliness as a top priority. So rest assured there’s no “double dipping ” here! It’s also reasonably priced, with bikini waxes from $250. You’ll pay $350 for a Brazilian, which the therapists can complete in a speedy 15 minutes. Plus you can get your brows sorted while you’re there, with eyebrow threading from $150. It couldn’t be easier to book (you can do it through Dolma’s Facebook page) and the salon even accepts PayMe, so you can do everything digitally (how’s that for efficiency!). Don’t forget to check out its combo-discounts and packages to save some pennies.

Sassy Perk: Mention this article when booking to receive 20% off your waxing or threading.

Dolma Waxing Boutique, 303, 3/F, Yu To Sang Building, 37 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, 6348 4452, [email protected], www.brazilianwaxing.com.hk, www.facebook.com/dolma.waxing.boutique

beauty hair removal hong kong honeypotHoneypot

Honeypot has won itself a host of loyal followers across Asia since its first foray in Singapore in 2005, and now has salons in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Mongolia. It came to Hong Kong’s Central district in 2014, before expanding its presence here last year with a second, equally convenient location (this time in Causeway Bay). It offers a full suite of hair removal services from waxing to IPL and laser, but it’s its bespoke wax that really makes it stand out from the crowd. This in-house formula, specially created by certified Australian chemists using natural ingredients, is second to none and has helped its skilled Honeypot Kitties (the nickname it gives its therapists) really perfect the art of making the whole experience almost painless, which is something the award-winning salon prides itself on. Bikini waxes begin at $250 and a Hollywood wax is $440 (but for a limited time, new customers can book this treatment for the bargain price of $200 at its Causeway Bay store).

Honeypot Central, Room 802, Century Square, 1-13 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, 3564 8660

Honeypot CWB, 9/F, Unit A, Redana Centre, 25 Yiu Wa Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2803 5003, www.honeypot.com.hk

Freedas Limited

Freedas may be no frills but, with five locations across Hong Kong (including one in Discovery Bay), there’s a reason this salon is popular. If you’re looking for cheap waxing and threading, this is where to get it. Its therapists are certainly speedy, with one member of Team Sassy describing it as the fastest bikini wax she’s ever had (expect to pay around $270 for a Brazilian). And with upper lip threading from just $20 and eyebrow shaping from $30, what’s not to love! Just don’t come here expecting five-star service, but it definitely does the job.

Freedas Limited, various locations across Hong Kong, [email protected], www.freedashk.com

Strip: Ministry of Waxing

With stores in ten cities across the globe (including Hong Kong, Singapore, London and New York), Strip: Ministry of Waxing has gained a reputation worldwide for making the process as painless as possible. You’ll even be given an animal stress ball to squeeze while your therapist gets to work. It has no less than seven different types of Brazilian (from $160 to $490), as well as waxing options for just about every body part you can think of. The salon also has an extensive laser and IPL menu. 

Strip: Ministry of Waxing,7/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 3950 3950, [email protected], www.strip.com.hk

Feel Good Factor

The Feel Good Factor has stood the test of time in Hong Kong since 1999, and with good reason in our opinion. Its friendly staff are sure to help you out if you need advice about any of its many hair removal offerings (which include waxing, threading and IPL). Its waxing starts from $60 for toes, a Brazilian bikini wax will set you back $450 and you’ll pay $180 for its eyebrow threading. For IPL, the salon has single sessions (from $400) or you can pay for a set of six (from $2,400) and receive one extra free.

Feel Good Factor, 2/F, Winsome House, 73 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2530 0610, [email protected], www.feelgoodfactor.com.hk

Sense of Touch

Sense of Touch has several locations in Hong Kong, including its five-storey flagship spa in LKF. It emphasises the high quality of its wax, which it says makes its Brazilian ($480) “almost painless”. It offers a number of waxing combos, which could save you money if you’re looking to have more than one area treated (e.g. you can get a Brazilian bikini with a half leg wax for $750). It also has eLase hair removal on its menu with prices starting from $650 for single sessions (first timers get 25% off), or $3,000 for a package of eight sessions.

Sense of Touch, various locations across Hong Kong, www.senseoftouch.com.hk

beauty hair removal hong kong lavar


Lavar aims to make clients feel at home in its cosy, boutique salon. It imports its premium quality waxes from Europe and Australia, to ensure it can cater for every hair and skin type. It can even remove hair as short as one millimetre in length, so no more having to wait ages for it to be long enough! Its bikini waxes range from $240 to $450 (and you can even add a swarovski crystal for $70 if you’re looking for some bling down there). Lavar also offers laser hair removal, which begins at $590 for the upper lip area.

Lavar, 22/F, Stanley 11, 11 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2915 0918, [email protected]

Nu Waxing Workshop

Nu Waxing Workshop prides itself on its signature Brazilian bikini waxes (from $560), which it describes as “nearly painless”, but it offers various other waxing services too (including eyebrow waxes from $270). You’ll be able to choose whether you want to book with a senior or head therapist (expect to pay around $100 more for the head therapist). With a 50% discount on any waxing treatment for first-time visitors, there’s no reason not to try it out!

Nu Waxing Workshop, 10/F, Emperor Commercial Building, 39 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, 2869 9680, [email protected], www.nuwaxingworkshop.com


The clue’s in the name for this relative newbie. It offers an extensive waxing menu, which starts from $60. Expect to pay between $250 to $420 for a bikini wax, depending which type you choose. You can also get your threading done here, with prices starting from $90. We have it on good authority that the brow shaping ($180) is top notch.

Waxnmore, Room 5A, 5/F, Winning House, 10-16 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2342 5583, www.waxxnmore.com


The name is a bit of a giveaway with this concept store, so no prizes for guessing it specialises in brow and lash grooming. And with outlets across the globe (including in London, New York and Shanghai), you know it’s doing something right. All of its therapists have been put through their paces at its own Browhaus Training School, so rest assured they are highly skilled. It offers several options for basic brow shaping (with classic threading from $195, or thread and tweeze for $265), as well as colour tweaking.

Browhaus, 7/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 3950 3950, www.browhaus.com.hk

beauty hair removal hong kong flawless


If you’re looking for an all rounder, you can’t go wrong with Flawless. Trust us, when you see its beautiful terrace and chic interior, you’ll want to book in for more than just de-fuzzing! Its waxing begins from $200 for small areas like lips, eyebrows and chin, and goes up to $520 for full leg. If you’re a regular, it’s worth looking into one of its packages which give you priority booking and discounts on its services, plus an optional complimentary glass of bubbles on arrival.

Flawless, 4/F, Sea Bird House, 22-28 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2869 5868, [email protected], www.flawless.hk.com

Glow Spa

You’ll be spoilt for choice with the hair removal options at Glow Spa. Its experienced beauty therapists can do waxing, laser, IPL and even SHR (which stands for Super Hair Removal). The waxing services at this centrally-located salon range from $180 to $500, with a single session of IPL ranging between $400 to $3,000, and laser and SHR from $460 to $4,920 per treatment.

Glow Spa, 9/F, Parker House, 72 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, 2525 5198, [email protected], www.glowspa.hk


It says it ranks cleanliness next to Godliness, so you can be sure your waxing at Melomist will take place in immaculate surroundings. It also focuses on delivery and promises to meet your expectations whether it’s your very first visit, or you’re a seasoned regular. Prices start from $160 for upper lip and go up to $490 for a full leg wax, with it bikini offerings costing between $260 to $430. While its threading services begin at $160 for the upper lip.

Melomist, 3/F, Cheung Hing Commercial Building, 37-43 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2450 2220, [email protected], www.melomist.com


Iyara is perhaps best known for its foot massages, but it also has a full spa menu, which includes waxing. It will set you back $200 for small areas (think underarms and upper lip), with bikini waxes from $390 to $470. If you find you never have time to call up for an appointment, you can handily choose your nearest spa location online (Central, Hollywood Road or Mid-Levels) and request an appointment for your preferred date and time, with a back up option in case your first choice isn’t available.

Iyara, various locations, www.iyaradayspa.com

beauty hair removal hong kong bliss spa

Bliss Spa

Bliss Spa’s poetic waxing treatments are on offer at its home inside the W Hotel, with bikini waxes ranging from $399 to $599. It also has a 15-minute bikini treatment to eliminate pesky ingrowns for $619, which works by using microdermabrasion to lift dead skin cells and remove the trapped hairs. Bliss can take care of your threading needs as well, with eyebrow shaping for $299.

Bliss Spa, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3717 2797, [email protected], www.whongkong-x.com

Read more: The Best Spas In Hong Kong

The Oriental Spa Hong Kong

You can expect quality in luxury surroundings from the Oriental Spa at the Landmark Mandarin. While you probably don’t want to waste a visit here on just hair removal (try to squeeze in a facial or massage too if your budget allows it), it does offer a full waxing and threading menu. It’s worth noting it’s slightly cheaper to go on a weekday, rather than at the weekend. Bikini waxes range from $350 to $550 on Mondays to Thursdays ($380 to $580 from Fridays to Sundays).

The Oriental Spa Hong Kong, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, 2132 0011, [email protected], www.mandarinoriental.com

Four Seasons Spa

The Spa at the Four Seasons is equally high-end (we recommend treating yourself to a manicure at its Nail Bar afterwards if it’s a special occasion). As well as a varied choice of massages and facials, it offers essential waxing and threading treatments. Again, it pays off to go mid-week so you can take advantage of the reduced prices on a Monday to Thursday (when bikini waxes cost $330 to $600, rather than $505 to $900 on Fridays to Sundays). 

Four Seasons Spa, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, 3196 8900, [email protected], www.fourseasons.com

The Ritz-Carlton Spa

To continue with the five-star hotel offerings, the Ritz-Carlton’s spa is another luxury hideaway, situated on the 116th floor of this hotel. It also increases its prices from Fridays through Sundays. But if you book a bikini wax during non-peak days (Monday to Thursday) it will cost $415 to $599, compared to $485 t0 $699 on peak days (Friday, Saturday and Sunday).

The Ritz-Carlton Spa, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, ICC, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2263 2040, [email protected], www.ritzcarlton.com


Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in September 2015 and was most recently updated by Team Sassy on 3, July 2019.

Featured image courtesy of Getty Images, image 1 courtesy of Nude Beautique, image 2 courtesy of Dolma Waxing, image 3 courtesy of Honeypot, image 4 courtesy of Lavar via Facebook, image 5 courtesy of Flawless via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of Bliss via Instagram.


3 thoughts on “Top Hair Removal Salons In Hong Kong: Where To Get Waxing, IPL And More

  1. Lavar has the worst customer service. They are completely fine until they have to deal with a complaint. First, they will ignore your issue for the longest time.The manager Rachel will raise her voice at you and the Managing Director Anna will refuse to apologize for their flaws.

  2. My wife and I recently celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary and had a romantic trip to celebrate coming up real soon. So while I was in Hong Kong for business I decided I would get some unwanted body hair removed via waxing.

    While searching online I came across this article on Sassy. I liked what I read about Nude Beautique and saw that they had a 30% off promotion for first time visitors. Seeing as I had never been here before (in fact I had never had waxing done at all anywhere before) I figured I would give it a try. I signed up on their website and booked an appointment. Because of the promotion I decided to have three body parts waxed. The three body parts had three different prices. For the purpose of this review I will call them the low price, middle price, and high price body parts.

    Upon arrival I was given the standard information form to fill out and then led to a treatment room. I was presently surprised with how nice the place looked. It was obvious they had taken great care to build an upscale facility.

    Once in the treatment room the lady performing the service advised that they wouldn’t be able to do the “middle priced” body part because I had some skin peeling in that area from a recent sunburn. I was told that once the peeling stopped to come back to get that part done. We proceeded with the other two body parts.

    The actual waxing session itself was about as good as can be expected. Waxing isn’t a pleasurable experience because of the pain, but she did a good job of making me feel comfortable. The whole session lasted about an hour and I headed to the cashier to pay and that is where it got bad.

    I was handed a bill that didn’t include the 30% off promotion for first time visitors. They adjusted the bill but would only apply the discount to the lowest priced body part fee. Ironically, that was the body part that I wanted waxed the least but I decided to get it done because of the promotion. The part that I went there for was the highest price body part. The lady at the counter made a phone call to a manager who refused to apply the discount as explained on their website. I tried to explain nicely that had I have known I would have never got the lower priced body part done and only done the high priced one. They didn’t care and there was nothing they were going to do about it. I felt so upset. I even explained to the lady at the cashier that they were taking a very good experience and turning it really bad at the end. She didn’t care. I asked for a manager but they said there was no manager in to speak with today and that she wouldn’t call her manager back. I paid and left. I won’t return on my next visit to Hong Kong.

    Based on how upset I was with all of the above I would have giving this place a rating of one out of five, however I chose to give it a rating of two because if it wasn’t for the horrible customer service at the end I would have given it a four or five.

  3. Whatever you do – do not got to Glowre! Bad service and terrible management. Laser hair removal treatment still not working after 8 sessions. Total waste of time money! Plus the most frustrating experience!!

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