3 Things You Need to Know About Sugaring Treatment 

You cannot deny the fact that you have that unwanted hair that you want to remove.  Especially if you're going to wear shorts, bikini, and dresses.

 Hair removal methods are most of the time, stressful, pricey, time-consuming and painful.

However, there is excellent news for you.  There is now a natural and less painful alternative for waxing from the start to finish of the process.  

This new method is called sugaring treatment or merely sugaring.  Sugaring treatment can make your skin sweet and glowing.

Nonetheless, what are the differences between sugaring and waxing? How does a sugaring treatment work?

3 Things You Need to Know About Sugaring Treatment 

What Is Body Sugaring

Sugaring treatment is an ancient natural hair removal method.  This technique would not use paper strip but rather sugaring paste.  Using the hands, pastes are carefully spread into your skin, opposite the hair growth’s direction, then left for few seconds.

The paste would cool and become slightly harder.  It will then be flicked off along the direction of the hair growth to avoid breakage.  One must have the flicking skill to remove all the hairs successfully.

Sugaring paste contains sugar including water and fresh lemon juice.   

Sugaring vs Waxing

Waxing and sugaring are two different treatments.  The direction of application and flicking of waxing and sugaring, respectively are opposite.  

Waxing uses strips while sugaring uses paste or gel. 

Sugaring does hurt less than waxing.  Waxing can be harsh and may result in hair breakage causing ingrown.  

Sugar only attach to the hair follicles and does not live in skin cells.  However, substances in wax may live in cells resulting in a painful hair removal and lifting of skin.  

Sugaring is gentle to skin but an excellent exfoliating method to make your skin smooth and silky sweet.  This is good for sensitive types of skin.  People may stay in smooth in an average of one to three weeks.

Even people with symptoms of high blood sugar or diabetes can have sugaring treatment as long as it is done gently and carefully.

How Does Sugaring Treatment Works?

Sugaring treatment can be done through paste or gel.  Using a paste is a naturally traditional method.

 The warm thick paste is applied to the skin opposite to hair growth.  It is then flicked along the hair growth’s direction.

When you use a gel, the process is similar if you wax.  The gel is put in the direction of hair growth and flicked in the opposite direction using cloth or muslin strip.  

Also, sugar paste can also be applied to missed hairs.  

If you are skilled in sugaring treatment, it can be done quickly.  Several hairs can be flicked out at once since paste can be applied to large areas without drying.  

Moreover, you can easily clean the skin after sugaring since the pastes and gels are water soluble.

However, if you are not skilled, sugaring DIY can be a bit hard.  That is why most the spa and beauty salon specializes in waxing.  

This is because getting the perfect paste consistency is sometimes difficult, and appropriate flicking needs professional and experts.

Things You Need to Know About Sugaring Treatment

Try It Now

Now that you are familiar with the sugaring treatment try it now at Bare Body Sugaring.  This is the Winnipeg’s sweetest sugar shop.

 Bare Body Sugaring offers Brazilian and more services for both male and female.  

The Bare Body Sugaring always care for your hairs!