Sugaring is an ancient hair removal treatment with roots in the Middle East, where most of the body hair is removed for hygiene and beauty reasons. Going back to ancient Egypt, we can count Cleopatra's mixture of honey, lemon, and sugar as the first sugar remedy.
Sugaring consists of wiping the hair with a gel or paste made of sugar, hot water, and lemon. If you are looking for body sugaring services, you can check various online sources.
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Several wax companies have professional-grade sugar paste made from the same original base ingredients. Sugar paste is thick but malleable and 100% water-soluble.
Sugaring pulls hair at the roots, much like a wax mask, but it's a natural alternative that you can even make at home. Sugaring is one of the most gentle hairs removal techniques and can last longer than traditional wax masks if done individually.
Unlike regular wax, sugar only sticks to the hair and doesn't stick to the skin. That's why it removes hair from the roots. Who wouldn't be grateful for fewer aches and pains? That's what you get with sugar.
If you're wondering which areas of the body can be sweetened, the answer is almost any area you can remove with a wax mask. You can even get full Brazilian sugar, the only thing to keep in mind is that you need to do wax masks regularly or at least have done wax masks before to make the process easier.