for Brazilian Sugaring, Massage, & Intimate Skin Lightening

About Sugaring

Sugaring hair removal uses a sticky, gel-like paste to remove hair. "The paste—which is made up of lemon, sugar, and water—is safe, natural, and uses no chemical additives. It's applied to any area that has unwanted hair and is then removed in the direction of the hair growth. What's more, because sugaring doesn't stick to the top layer of the skin, it doesn't pull at live skin cells (unlike waxing. Instead, it removes the hair from the root (the bulb at the end of the hair that resembles an onion), making it especially effective for ingrown or curly hair.

First, the area of skin that's going to be sugared is cleansed. Then, powder is applied, which provides some distance between the skin and sugar paste. Once skin is prepped, the sugar paste is molded while it’s slightly warm and is applied to the skin against the hair growth. The dried paste is then flicked off in the same direction of hair growth." Yep, that's it! No cloth strips or sticks needed.

Over time (and with consistent upkeep), you'll notice a reduction of hair growth. Even better, the hairs that do grow in will be thinner, finer, and sparser. One caveat: You'll need about about an eighth- to a quarter-inch of hair growth in order for the sugar to be able to catch the hairs. Just like with waxing, you'll have to be OK with a little fuzz in between appointments.