Sugaring or sugar waxing is a method of hair removal which started in Egypt long time ago.
It works in the same way traditional waxing does.
Sugaring is preferable to waxing for the following reasons:
Less painful than waxing. It sticks to hair without attaching to the skin.
Can be applied at room temperature with no heating necessary. - Can be reused on same area without fear .
Repeated applications make hair grow less thick and less frequent.
Easily cleaned up with water.
It's important to leave the packet in a warm place, Or you can use a warm water bath to make it soften a bit before start with your hands.
1- Knead slowly a small amount of the sugar until it becomes creamy and soft like chewing gum, You can add a few touches of water to get it the right consistency to work with by just dipping the tip of your finger in water and working it into the sugaring.
2- Firmly spread on the skin in the direction of the hair growth.
3- Pull it off in the opposite direction of hair growth with a QUICK movement.
4- After you finish, just wash your skin with water .
5- Unused sugaring can be placed in a plastic container or even a plastic bag and kept in the fridge until needed.
If you have never tried sugaring before, it would be useful to watch more videos on about sugaring.
Use some powder to absorb any moisture in your skin before applying the sugar wax. .
Pull the skin tight before pulling off the sugar wax. .
As the sugar wax gets warmer on your skin , it sticks better. .
If it gets too soft , add a small piece of fresh sugar wax and mix together.
Manufacture & Expiration Dates Indicated On The Main Package Are In European Format Which Is DD/MM/YY .