Choose to sugar and protect your skin from redness, rash, and ingrown hair caused from waxing.
- The waxing process removes hair in the opposite direction of growth, increasing the risk of breakage and ingrowns. The sugaring process causes less strain on the hair itself. Sugaring removes hair in the natural direction of its growth ensuring less breakage and ingrown hair.
- While wax must be heated to a high temperature, sugar paste is warmed just above room temperature before application, reducing skin irritation.
- Unlike wax, sugar paste will not attach to live skin cells. As wax adheres to live skin cells and is removed, it can cause surface trauma. When applied and removed, sugaring gently exfoliates away dead skin cells.
Sugaring ensures better results. Schedule a sugaring appointment instead of deciding to wax or laser. Feel great about your hair removal experience.
- Because sugaring removes hair from the root, sugaring maintenance will cause hair to grow back thinner and finer with the same success rate as laser at a lower cost.
- The sugaring process involves no double-dipping or cross contamination.
- Waxes made of resins contain common allergens such as artificial dyes, fragrances and other chemicals. Sugar paste made from all natural ingredients—simply sugar, lemon and water—is hypoallergenic and safe for all skin types.
- Sugar paste has anti-bacterial and healing properties. It is also water-soluble and any remaining paste can be removed with water—while wax must be removed with baby oil or petroleum jelly.