Sugaring Facts

What is Sugaring?

Sugaring hair removal may seem new, however it’s been a practice that came from ancient civilizations of Egypt and Greece. There’s no need for sticks and strips to be used because with traditional sugaring (ball method), you apply the sugar in the opposite direction the hair grows, and flicking off same direction. This extracts the hair from the bulb leading to finer, slower re-growth, and leads to diminished hair growth. Unlike waxing, when extracting from the hair opposite direction, it creates a breakage at the surface, leading to ingrown hairs. You may notice not very many places offer sugaring because it takes years of experience to acquire the method. The benefits of sugaring outweighs traditional waxing. Give it a shot, you’ll be glad you did.

                  Sugaring

 

All Natural Ingredients

 Water Soluble

 Does not adhere to live skin cells

Sugar is bacteria resistant

Minimal discomfort & irritation

Safely removes hair from follicle

Helps eliminate in-grown hairs

Skin feels soft, clean and comfortable

                Waxing

 

Contains chemical resins

 Difficult to clean up

 Adhere to live skin cells

Bacteria breeds in wax warmer

Long term damages to skin cells

Results in follicle distortion / hair breakage

Leads in-grown hairs

Skin feels raw and irritated

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