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Sugaring is an ancient art of hair removal using a natural paste made from lemon, sugar, and water. The paste is molded onto your skin against the direction of the hair growth, then quickly flicked off – removing the sugar paste, extracting your unwanted hair, and collecting dead skin cells. It’s more sanitary and reduces waste because there are no sticks or strips.
Wax adheres to skin cells and can rip them off, causing pain. Sugar waxing, on the other hand, removes hair in the direction of the growth and only sticks to the hair.
Typically sugaring hair removal lasts from 4 to 6 weeks depending on the level of hair growth and frequency of hair removal treatments. This can also vary from person to person and area of the body.
Sugaring is hair removal treatment using a gel made from sugar, lemon, and hot water. This gel is used to remove hair from the root.
As a general rule, underarms and legs can be sugared as often as every 2 weeks and a standard of 4 weeks for bikini areas. After consistent treatments, your hair growth will be finer and less.
- No risk of burning
- Natural and organic ingredients
- Sugar paste won't stick to your skin
- Sugaring is more sanitary
- Painless hair removal