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SUGARING HAIR REMOVAL 101:




What is sugaring hair removal?


Sugaring hair removal is a sticky, gel like paste that is made of only sugar, lemon juice, and water. It's completely free of harmful chemicals and toxins that you can normally find in low quality traditional wax. Using the hand-glove method, the sugar paste is applied at room temperature against the hair follicle, and then pulled in the direction of the natural hair growth. This is great for minimizing ingrown hairs and leaving you with longer lasting results.




Is sugaring less painful than waxing?


Lets get real, sugaring doesn't not hurt. However, many people do find that sugaring is less painful than waxing. This can be due to the fact that sugaring does not stick to live skin cells- only to dead skin cells and unwanted hair- which in return leaves you feeling less discomfort and irritation. With consistency and proper after care, sugaring will thin hair out and damage the hair follicles, making it less and less painful at each visit.



How long does sugaring last?


Sugaring results typically last around three to five weeks depending on the area and rate at which your hair grows. SUGAR + SKIN staff highly recommend getting on a maintenance schedule (four weeks) to ensure long lasting results and a painless experience.


What should I do after my sugaring?


SUGAR + SKIN staff recommend avoiding working out, jacuzzis, saunas, and anything that is high heat and will elevate the skins temperature for at least 24hrs (showers are completely fine!). After it's been 24 hrs since your appointment time, exfoliate the skin with our Scrub Me Good sugar scrub, in combination with our PFB Ultra Vanish serum to avoid ingrown hairs. Products for in store purchase only.









How should I book my appointment?


Book your appointment today either online, https://www.vagaro.com/sugarandskin/book-now

or calling us at 281-783-9047! We look forward to meeting you future sugar babe!









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