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Waxing


  • Waxing pulls hair out against natural hair growth resulting in more hair breakage, pain, rashes and ingrown hairs.
  • All wax products contain resins and may not be suitable for all skin and hair types.
  • Waxing requires a spatula to apply over and over again and may lead to Double Dipping. This could potentially cause cross-contamination.
  • Hot wax can burn and bruise the skin.
  • Adheres to live skins cells increasing the risk of tearing the skin and reddening. It can be risky to use in sensitive areas.
  • Waxing damages fine tissue cells.
  • Bacteria can survive and multiply in wax products.
  • Wax requires solvents to clean it off of your skin.
  • Wax requires longer hair growth, permitting the hair to re-establish strong growth. This means more pain and more hair!


Sugaring


  • Sugaring pulls the hair out in the natural direction of hair growth, taking the hair out by the root. The result is less pain, less rashes and less ingrown hairs.
  • Sugar paste is 100% natural with no chemical additives, no wax resins and no unnecessary essential oils. It is safe to use on all skin and hair types.
  • Sugaring is hygienic. One ball of sugar can remove hair from a large area of the body and is applied with a gloved hand. No spatula or cotton strips are required - NO DOUBLE DIPPING!
  • Sugar paste is applied at barely lukewarm temperature.
  • Sugaring does not stick to live skin cells. It is so gentle it can be used on any part of the body -no matter how sensitive!
  • Sugaring is Hypoallergenic and a natural healer of the skin.
  • Bacteria does not breed or survive in sugar paste.
  • Sugar paste is water-soluble, so clean up is a breeze.
  • Sugaring requires shorter hair growth ensuring that the hair has less time to re-establish strong growth. This means less pain and less unsightly hair!


Sugaring vs. Waxing