An alternative to wax that lasts longer and is safe for sensitive skin

Sugaring, waxing’s sweeter cousin, removes hair at the root leaving you silky smooth for up to six weeks. The process uses a gel-like paste made up of lemon, sugar and water that is safe, natural, and doesn’t use chemical additives. The sugar paste is applied against the hair growth and removed in the direction of hair growth. Unlike wax, it removes the hair from the root leaving skin smoother and less chance of ingrown hairs. Results typically last 50% longer than wax!


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With sugaring, the paste is applied to the skin in the opposite direction of hair growth. It’s then removed in the direction of hair growth in quick, small pulls. Removing the hair in the direction of the hair growth pulls out the entire hair follicle which helps prevent ingrown hairs! Sugaring is great for sensitive skin!

Because the sugar only exfoliates the surface of skin, it can be reapplied multiple times to the same area of skin.

Waxing is much more methodical. Both hard and soft wax mixtures are applied in the same direction as hair growth. Once the substance cools and slightly hardens, it’s removed in the opposite direction of hair growth.

Due to how it’s removed, some waxes can be harsh on skin and break shorter hairs instead of removing them from the root. To help prevent this, wax should only be applied to the same area once or twice.

Make sure your hair is at least ¼-inch long — above the size of a grain of rice. If it isn’t, you won’t be able to get sugared and you’ll have to reschedule. If it’s on the longer side — 3/4 inch or more — you might consider trimming it shorter, though your technician can also do this.

A few days before your appointment, lightly exfoliate with a buffing mitt or washcloth to get some dead skin cells out of the way. This will help prevent stray hairs from getting left behind.

Avoid tanning or applying retinol creams for at least 24 to 48 hours before your appointment.

The day of, minimize your caffeine and alcohol intake to prevent your pores from tightening.

Prior to the appointment, dress in loose, cotton clothing for maximum comfort.

Exfoliate – Use a loofah, bath mit or sugar scrub to exfoliate 2-3 times a week when you bathe. The best time to start is 72-hours after your Sugaring treatment. Thereafter, rinse thoroughly and remove all soap and leave to dry naturally in a well ventilated place.

Moisturize – Moisturize your skin daily before and after your hair removal treatment (not the day of your treatment or during the first 72 hours after your treatment). Moving forward, this will help your skin and the hair grow for better sugaring treatments.

No Sweating – Do not do anything that will cause excessive sweating as the follicles are open and prone to infection. 

Sun Exposure – Resist sun exposure for 48 hrs before and after being sugared.

Excessive Heat – Stay away from saunas, steam rooms, spas, and other heated sources for at least 48 hours.

Hot Water – Both hot baths and hot showers are discouraged directly after your appointment. If you need to bathe, use lukewarm water.

Chlorine – Stay away from swimming in chlorinated pools or the beach for 24 hours after your sugaring treatment.

Exercise – Hold off from heavy exercise for at least 24 hours after your treatment.

Exfoliating Products – Abstain from the use of exfoliating products for at least 72 hours after Sugaring as they might irritate your skin.

Deodorant – Avoid applying deodorant for the first 24 hours after sugaring treatment if sugaring underarms.

Makeup – Ditch applying make-up directly after facial sugar.

Loose Clothes – Avoid tight clothing after sugaring, especially in the sugared areas. Wearing tight clothing may result in irritation and ingrown hairs.


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