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​How would you compare sugaring to...?

I am asked to explain the difference of sugaring and other common hair removal method quite often. I believe the subject requires its own page instead of trying to be answer this in the FAQ’s section.​

Granted, this is THE SECOND most asked question I have received on the subject of sugaring 

(1st? Does it hurt?)

I will give you many comparisons, mostly because of the fact that the comparisons have to do with how we have been taught in the U. S. as acceptable methods of hair removal.

I will show you examples that may be hard for some of you to see. Be warned.  No. Seriously, this is crazy.

Watch the bold in the text, y’all.

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According to WebMD, (one of the most trusted go-to sites for information, right?), the following are our only options for hair removal.
Hair Removal Options
Hot Waxing | Laser | Depilatory Creams | Threading | Shaving | Plucking | Electrolysis | Medication

“Many people have unwanted hair. It is common on the upper lip, chin, cheeks, back, legs, fingers, feet, and toes. It can have many causes, including genetics, certain medications such as steroids, higher levels of certain hormones, and polycystic ovarian syndrome.  There are several ways to remove unwanted hair. With most methods, at least some of the hair will eventually grow back.”


WebMD: Ummmm…hellooo…what about SUGARING!? It is NOT LISTED ON WEBMD’s List! SMH

FDA’s Report: Sugaring is similar to waxing. A heated sugar mixture is spread on the skin, sometimes covered with a strip of fabric, and then lifted off to remove hair.

Whoa!? That is IT? There is so much more to it than that! And on top of that, sugaring (the traditional method) is not heated at all! OH, I’m so disappointed in these two conglomerates! You find the most natural, simple, and least side effect causing hair removal method and give it a sentence and a half.  (Insert sighs of frustration here!) SMH again.

30+ reasons to look at sugaring more seriously.

When I was a teenager and I was going through puberty, I was taught that the only way to remove my now growing leg hair was to shave. I hated it from the very beginning. From the nicks, cuts, irritated skin, dry skin, ingrown hairs, stubble, and the fact I had to shave EVERY SINGLE DAY, I hated shaving my whole life.

In my twenties, I learned about waxing. “You mean you spread hot as heck wax on my skin and then rip the hairs out?” Okay, honestly, I have been waxed three times in my whole life and only once have had a bikini wax. I was never brave enough to go full Brazilian (until now with sugaring…).

I am 45 now, have had 3 wonderful sons, two marriages, a grandson…and just learned 9 years ago that there is a much better alternative.

PopSugar, HuffPost Women, and many other journalists have been getting to know sugaring as well. Just over the past five years, the popularity of this all-natural hair removal alternative has grown. It was not introduced into the United States until the 80’s, but it has been around for MANY MANY years, dating all the way back to when Cleopatra ruled Egypt.

  1. 100% natural
  2. No resin or chemicals
  3. Water soluble – you will never ruin your clothes or towels
  4. Will never adhere to live skin cells
  5. Will never burn skin, as it is barely lukewarm
  6. Bacteria does not breed or survive in sugar
  7. Natural healer to skin
  8. Will not damage delicate facial skin tissue from long-term use
  9. Removes hair in direction of natural growth
  10. Very little (if any) discomfort
  11. Superior end results
  12. Becomes definitive
  13. Removes hair after 2 to 3 days growth (about an 1/8″)
  14. Will assist in diminishment of ingrown hairs
  15. Can sugar areas with spider veins and varicose veins or diabetics and dry itch eczema
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