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  • What is Sugaring?
    Sugaring is a safe and organic alternative to traditional waxing.
  • What's the difference between sugaring and waxing?
    With only three main ingredients, you can't get much more simple. Sugar wax is made with sugar, lemon juice (or lime juice), and warm water (not hot water). Warm sugar wax instead of hot hard wax is the reason that most say they prefer sugaring. Sugar wax is known to be better for sensitive skin. While waxing is applied in the direction of your hair growth and pulled off in one movement, sugaring is a rub and pull technique that goes over the area of the skin over and over again.
  • How should I prepare for my sugaring appointment?
    I suggest taking a Tylenol Extra Strength at least 30 mins before your appointment and cease exfoliating at least two (2) days prior to your appointment. Also we suggest wearing loose fitting clothing to your appointment.
  • How long does hair have to be for sugaring?
    1/4 of an inch or the length of a grain of rice.
  • How often should I return for an appointment?
    Four (4) to six (6) weeks. Keeping up with the time frames also help with comfort levels.
  • Does it hurt?
    Pain is relative to the person. Although it's frequently said that sugaring is less painful than traditional waz due to the removal method of sugaring not pulling at the skin as much as traditional wax. Taking tylenol before your appointment and returning within your 4-6 week time frame can help with easing discomfort. Keep in mind that everyone's pain tolerance is different, the best way to find out is to get it done.
  • What do I do after my appointment?
    Enjoy the new look! Be sure to continue exfoliating at least 2-3 times a week during fall/winter and 3-4 times during spring/summer. Also moisturize daily and drink plenty of water!
  • What should I do if I experience an adverse reaction?
    In the case of ingrown hairs, be sure to follow the suggested exfoliating regimen. In the unlikely case you experience any adverse reactions, stop sugaring and exfoliating and consult your primary physician.

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