Get Rid Of Hair With Sugaring

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People have been waxing, using depilatory creams, shaving, and lasering their hair for years. But, sugaring is a natural alternative to all of these. In fact, you might be able to say that it is a game-changer when it comes to hair removal. What makes it so special?

Going Natural

Some hair removal creams use harsh chemicals to eliminate hair, and waxing can sometimes damage the skin if it is not done correctly. Sugaring is completely natural, and the paste used to make it only contains three ingredients—water, lemon juice, and sugar. If you wanted to, you could eat it, but we wouldn’t recommend that. 

The Process

When you use wax, hair can break as the wax strips are removed. This breakage means that the hair root is left in the skin, and will continue to grow. With sugaring, it grabs the hair down to the root and is removed with a flicking motion. This allows the esthetician performing the sugaring to remove all of your hair. If you have ever tried waxing, then you know that some wax can sometimes be left on the skin. With sugaring, because it is water-soluble it can simply be removed with a wet washcloth.

Give sugaring a try, if you’re looking for a more natural method of hair removal.