With all the latest trends for hair removal, sugar hair removal is the latest and greatest. Yes I said sugar hair removal. It is literally made up of sugar, water and lemon juice that is made into a paste. Don’t get it confused with sugar wax. Sugar wax is wax with sugar and will still adhere to your live skin, OUCH! Sugar wax requires sticks and strips.
True sugaring is done with a special technique and will NOT adhere to live skin. Sugar paste is water-soluble like our skin and will only stick to the unwanted hair and exfoliate dead skin. Sugar paste is not a SCRUB! Sugaring is safe for all skin types, even the most sensitive. It is applied against the hair growth and removed with. This technique prevents breakage at the surface and will lead to less ingrown hairs.
The sugaring technique dates back to 4000 BC and began in the Middle East. It was considered “unclean” to have body hair, so the women would get together and use “moum” which is modern day sugar paste to remove each other’s unwanted hair.
So ladies, now that you have a little more information about sugaring, it is time to shed that winter bush. With bikini season right around the corner, no one wants to shave their girl parts and have a 5 o’clock shadow by sunset, try going bald with sugar. Sweeten those lady parts for 4-6 weeks.
Remember, it’s important when doing your research to find a sugaring studio that uses sugar paste (not sugar wax) and are performing the service with the true sugaring technique.
Go and get sweet!