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Sugaring - Waxing


  1. What is Sugaring?

    It has been proclaimed as being ‘the sweetest in hair removal‘ Sugaring, an ancient middle-eastern practice that uses an all natural paste (not grainy!) with only sugar, water and lemon juice to remove the hair follicle from the root. Depending on your hair growth rate, results can last up to six weeks and sugaring requires only 1/4′ to 1/2′ of hair growth for removal.

    There are no waxes or resin in the unique sugar paste and since sugar is a natural preservative bacteria cannot grow so no contamination or cross contamination.

    There are so many advantages to getting sugared, but it really should only be done by a certified professional due to the specialized technique.

    Less painful than waxing because sugar adheres to the hair, not the skin as the water hydrates the follicle and extracts only the hair

    Since the formula is made of only organic and natural ingredients, it is water soluble and easy to clean up with warm water.

    If hairs are missed, the sugar paste can be reapplied over the area because the sugar doesn’t adhere to the skin.

    The temperature of the sugar is always luke warm and will NEVER burn or take off skin.

    Using only  gloves and one piece of sugar paste, it is sanitary and easily disposable- No strips, sticks or double dipping!

    Over time with consistent sugaring, hair starts to refine and dimish as the follicle dies out.
    Professional sugaring products never adhere to live skin cells on bodies, faces, or legs. Therefore, when it is removed, it only gently exfoliates dead skin cells, leaving behind freshened skin on legs, bodies, and faces.
    What sugaring will and will not do…

    Sugaring will help:

    • eliminate ingrown hairs
    • prevent new ingrown hairs
    • extract all hair colors and textures
    • successfully treat all skin types and colors
    • improve the skin tone and texture

    Sugaring will not:

    • burn the skin
    • damage the dermal cells
    • “pit” the delicate facial skin cells
    • scar the follicle mouth or surrounding area
    • promote cross contamination