Why Sugaring?

Sugaring and waxing are both hair removal methods that involve applying a sticky substance to the skin and pulling it off along with the hair. However, there are some differences between the two methods.

Here are some advantages of shugaring compared to waxing:

Less painful: Sugaring is less painful than waxing because the sugar paste adheres only to the hair and not to the skin. This means there is less pulling and tugging on the skin, resulting in less pain and discomfort.

More natural: The sugar paste used in shugaring is made from natural ingredients such as sugar, lemon juice, and water. This means it is less likely to cause skin irritation or allergic reactions than wax, which may contain synthetic ingredients.

Can remove shorter hair: Sugaring can remove hair as short as 1/16 inch, while waxing typically requires hair to be at least 1/4 inch long. This means you can get smoother skin with shugaring sooner than with waxing.

Easier cleanup: Sugaring is easier to clean up than waxing because the sugar paste is water-soluble. This means you can easily wash it off with warm water and soap, while wax residue may require additional cleaning products.

More eco-friendly: Since the sugar paste used in shugaring is made from natural ingredients, it is considered more eco-friendly than wax, which may contain synthetic ingredients and may not be biodegradable.

Overall, sugaring may be a better option for those with sensitive skin or those who want a more natural hair removal method that is less painful and easier to clean up


  • 100% all-natural, safe, and gentle
  • Removes unwanted hair quickly
  • Longer-lasting results
  • Moisturising
  • Reduced hair growth over time
  • Exfoliates while removing hair 
  • Improve overall appearance and texture of skin
  • Less painful than waxing
  • Removes hair as short as 1.5mm
  • Lessens ingrown hairs
  • Water-soluble

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