Body Sugaring is a natural alternative to waxing. It is also a skilled, ancient Egyptian hair removal practice using paste of sugar, lemon juice and water.
The natural paste consists of sugar, lemon, and water; it looks like a honey ball. No double dipping involved in this process, and the paste is never hot, so your skin will never burn.
Full Face $36
FAQs About Sugaring
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- Scented creams/lotions
- Deodorant if you had your underarms sugared
- Heat, such as baths/steam rooms
- Direct sunlight or tanning beds and swimming
- Perspiration. Let this be your excuse to skip going to the gym!
Q: What is Body sugaring?
A: Body sugaring is a form of natural hair removal.
Q: What is it made of?
A: Natural products- sugar, lemon, and water.
Q: Is sugaring painful?
A: All hair removal can be painful, after all, the hair is being removed from the root. Everyone has a different pain tolerance so you won’t know until you try it.
Q: Does it hurt as much as waxing?
A: No. Sugar isn’t hot, it can’t tear the skin and hair is removed in the natural direction of growth without those awful strips.
Q: Can Sugaring burn or tear the skin like traditional waxing?
A: No. Sugar is water soluble and will not stick to the live skin cells and is applied at body temperature.
Q: What is the difference in waxing and sugaring?
A: They differ in temperature, application, the direction hair is removed in, the amount of time for the service, how much hair is removed in a service, and the biggest thing is the end result. Sugar is applied against the hair growth and removes the hair in the natrual direction in which it grows, this allows better extraction with less breakage of the hair. The sugar is applied at body temperature, so no burning. The sugar does not require 10-14 days of hair growth, we only need about 5 days from the day last shaved.