- NO tinting or filling/highligting included. Just eyebrow hair removal.
chest + stomach
Lip, chin, neck, sideburn, cheeks,toes, hands or ears
History of Body Sugaring
The earliest references to hair removal came from the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt and Greece. Early writings out of Mesopotamia tell of kings asking that women be brought to them clean and smooth, i.e. hairless. Ancient Egyptians place a high importance on aesthetics and cosmetics. Egyptian hieroglyphics describe how slave girls serving Pharaoh were expected to remove their body hair. Hair on the body was considered unclean by the upper class. Possibly through a fortuitous accidence, the method of using sugar for hair removal treatments was developed.
The British Museum’s famed Department of Egyptology displays copper and bronze razors and tweezers from as far back as 1900 B.C., including one combination razor/hair cutter/trimmer from about 1450 B.C. These methods however, were still primitive and painful. During the reign of the Turkish Empire, the harem was an important part of court life and the removal of body hair was considered an art.
However, the results of our extensive research determined the current methods were working only to a limited extent. It was found that this ancient art of hair removal could provide permanent, satisfactory results with benefits that would far exceed the more commonly used method, if it could be modified to become commercially acceptable.
How Does it Work?
The two types of sugaring, using the paste and gel are performed differently. Here’s how:
- The paste. This is what The Bronzing Studio uses considered the traditional technique, a room temperature thick mixture is applied first in the opposite direction of hair growth and then in the direction of hair growth using the hands. It’s then flicked off in the in the direction of hair growth.
Here is why to choose Sugar:
- Easy clean up. Both the paste and gel are water soluble, meaning you can clean off any residue left on the skin with plain water, unlike regular wax.
- Sugar paste can be applied over missed hairs. The paste is very gentle and can be put right over an area that was just sugared but missed some hairs, without fear of much irritation.
- Temporary results can turn into permanent. Over time, frequent sugaring can cause the hair follicle to become damaged, and stop growing hair.sugared but missed some hairs, without fear of much irritation.
- Hair Length can be even shorter than waxing 1/16th of an inch!
- Ouch Factor Okay, it’s still pulling out hair from the root, but most people find it less painful. Sugaring doesn’t stick to live skin cells like waxing, which means less irritation. ******The upper lip, chest, bikini and genital areas rank as the highest pain offenders.
Sugar vs Wax what is the difference?
“Out of 100 clients who get sugaring for the first time, by an experienced sugarist, 98 of them will never wax again.” ~Jessa
Sugaring vs Waxing that is the question. Sugaring has some amazing benefits compared to waxing. Find out why sugaring will transform your hair removal experience!
- 100%: ORGANIC, VEGAN, NON-GMO, NON-TOXIC, NO PRESERVATIVES, BIODEGRADABLE
- Earth-friendly, using very few supplies, creating far less waste and saving trees!
- Leads to permanency quickly, removes hair at 1/16th of an inch, or the early anagen phase of hair growth, the best time to achieve permanency.
- The hairless plan, because sugaring removes the hair every 3-4 weeks at much shorter lengths enjoy having no hair all the time!
- Adheres only to dead skin cells, sugar paste repels water initially try putting a drop of water on a sugar ball it will roll off, sugar will not stick to live skin cells due to their water content.
- It’s less painful than waxing, but you will still feel the hair removal. our sugar contains lemon juice and glycolic acid it lubricates and softens as it seeps into the follicle, you then remove the hair in it’s natural direction of growth which also reduces pain.
- Will diminish ingrown hairs, you are following the natural direction of hair growth, will not warp or tear the follicles, which can cause recurring ingrown.
- Will not break the hair sugar seeps down in the follicle, softens and wraps itself around the base of the hair removing the hair completely.
- Does not damage delicate facial tissue, heat can damage connective tissue.
- Sugaring is a great exfoliating treatment for the skin!
- Water soluble, cleans up fast and easy with warm-hot water.
- Cannot ever burn the skin because it’s not heated.
- Removes hair as short as 1/16th of an inch.
- Can you wax with SugarLove as a strip wax? Yes, clients receiving sugar waxing experience a 50-75% reduction in pain! Just remember do not call “sugar waxing” sugaring. You need to be using the paste method of sugaring to advertise that you offer sugaring.
- Often contains: dyes, sythetic toxic fragrances, non-biodegradable, plastic (polymer), irritatants and harsh preservatives.
- Adheres to live skin cells, pine resin/rosins are sap which sticks like the dickins sometimes to live skin cells!
- Still breaks a small percentage of hair, sugaring virtually no breakage.
- More painful and has the potential to do more damage to connective tissue.
- Can burn, irritate and injure the skin leaving a scab.
- Very difficult to clean up, must use harsh solvents, can ruin clothes and carpets.
- Greater chance of ingrown hair due to follicle warping or tearing, toxic ingredients, dyes, fragrances, and hair breakage.