Sugaring

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Sugaring

"If you're a natural thing lover, you'll love sugar wax! Sugaring is a natural hair removal method that usually does not involve chemicals or other chemicals. Usually sugar wax is made from natural products such as water, honey and lemon juice, oils and of course sugar. You would almost get your teeth into this tasty blend. Waxing with natural ingredients is an essential difference between sugar waxing and traditional waxing. Moreover, it is a less painful way of hair removal, because the sugar paste is subtracted in the same direction of hair growth. In addition, sugar wax is popular because it can be used a lot in case of skin problems, but also because it is an instant deep cleansing of the skin".

Sugaring

One of the oldest hair removal methods is sugaring. The story goes that even the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra was a fan of this technique to remove excess hair. And thousands of years later, many still follow her example. There are many advantages to sugaring, time to take a closer look at this way of waxing. We compare a sugar wax with a traditional wax and list the pros and cons for you. 

 

Sugar-free may be trending when it comes to a healthy life, but using sugar as a treatment for hair removal is the good side of sugar! It is an effective way of hair removal. Maybe not the first thing that comes to mind, but sugar resin can help you in a fine and effective way to make the desired spots on your body hair free. Sugar resin hair removal has been done for thousands of years. It was probably the Egyptians who started it. Because the hairs are removed with root and all, they also stay away for a while. Waxing is for many people a routine appointment at a beauty salon, but you can also do it yourself at home. Such a treatment may require a bit of precision and patience the first time, but practice makes perfect.

 

What is sugaring?

If you're a lover of natural things, you'll love sugar wax! Sugaring is a natural hair removal method that usually doesn't involve chemicals or other chemicals. Usually sugar wax is made from natural products such as water, honey and lemon juice, oils and of course sugar. You would almost get your teeth into this tasty blend. Waxing with natural ingredients is an essential difference between sugar waxing and traditional waxing. Moreover, it is a less painful way of hair removal, because the sugar paste is subtracted in the same direction of hair growth. In addition, sugar wax is popular because it can be used a lot in case of skin problems, but also because it is an instant deep cleansing of the skin.

 

What is the difference with traditional waxing?

As mentioned above, sugar waxing is not only made from natural products, it is also a less painful way of hair removal. After the wax has been applied you pull it off with the hair growth. This is in contrast to the traditional way of waxing. This saves a lot in skin damage and pain. This is also because the sugar paste adheres to the hair and not the skin. Moreover, you don't have to worry that the resin is too hot, because sugar wax is used at a lukewarm temperature. You can easily heat certain suger resins yourself in the microwave (the aloe vera and honey sugar wax from our assortment) or in a heater. Sugar resins are also a safe alternative for people with sensitive skin, eczema or allergies to chemicals.

 

How is it used?

Sugar wax always needs to be warmed up first, in which way depends on which sugar resin you use. This can be done in the microwave or heater. First read carefully the leaflet or user manual to find out the best way to warm up your sugar wax. Then take a small amount of sugar paste and make a ball of it with your fingers. Lubricate the ball against the direction of hair growth and with gentle movements. If the sugar wax is pulled off (in the direction of hair growth), it's best to do this quickly while pulling the skin of the treated area tight. This will ease the pain and help prevent stickiness. Then treat the area with nourishing products such as the after sugaring lotion from Harsdiscounter for a soothing effect.

 

Italwax sugars

Harsdiscounter has various types of sugar wax in the assortment of the famous Italian brand Italwax that values quality. Think for example of the different types of sugar pastes (soft, strong or extra strong) and the ItalWax Sugar Paste with Aloe Vera which is suitable for sensitive areas and can be heated quickly in a wax heater at forty degrees. The Aloe Vera and honey propolis sugars can be heated in the microwave. We also have suitable products for post-treatment such as the ItalWax After Sugaring Lotion with fruit extracts and essential oils, specially made for after a sugar resin treatment.

 

Advantages and disadvantages sugar waxing:

Advantages:

* Suitable for people with sensitive skin
* It is a skin-friendly way of hair removal
* Do you like pure and natural or are you allergic to certain chemicals? Then a sugar wax hair removal with natural ingredients is a safe alternative.
* Even if you suffer from psoriasis, diabetes, eczema or varicose veins you can safely hair removal by suggesting.
* Sugar wax is applied lukewarm on the skin, so there is no chance of burning the skin.
* Sugar resin is usually water based, so it doesn't stick to everything and you can easily remove it with water unlike other resins.

 

Disadvantages:

* It is a fairly difficult method of hair removal
* You need to take some time for it
* The wax must be kept warm enough

 

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