The most important factor is that you are comfortable and the chosen treatment is suitable. In some cases it may be better for you to wait a little longer before a wax. It's important to listen to your body so you know that it's OK if you decide to wait. As for when you can have your first intimate waxing post-pregnancy, this depends on the type of birth. If you had a natural birth, it is generally safe to have the first intimate wax after eight weeks. This includes all types of intimate waxing, from a classic bikini to a Hollywood.
If you had a C-section, it is also possible to have an intimate wax eight weeks after giving birth but extra care may be needed when working near the area of the scar. Because hair doesn't grow ton scars, this area doesn't need to be touched, so do not put any wax there. In all cases, it is very important to keep checking in to see how your are feeling and if there is any unusual discomfort. If you have had a tear or episiotomy during childbirth, it is advised that you wait six months before having a Hollywood wax. The scar needs to be fully healed and not be causing you any issues. However, you can have a bikini or extended bikini wax in the meantime.