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The Unstoppable Sugaring Movement

The Unstoppable Sugaring Movement

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Have you heard of sugaring? If not, you are about to find out. Whether or not you come across this post by visiting this blog, you would have heard of sugaring sooner or later, as its popularity continues to grow around the globe. So, what is the unstoppable sugaring movement, and why should you care?

What is Sugaring

Sugaring is a form of hair removal similar to waxing, but the exact opposite! Sounds confusing, right? Well, it’s pretty straightforward. Like waxing, sugar is a form of hair removal where a sticky substance is applied to the skin and then removed, taking the hair along with it. However, waxing and sugaring are opposite because of the method applied in removing the hair.

In waxing, you are removing hair against the direction of growth. While with sugaring, you remove the hair in its natural direction of growth. It leads to less breakage and a smoother, longer-lasting result! Those aren’t the only differences, either.

Sugaring is mainly with a simple application of sugar paste. This paste consists of only three ingredients. I can guarantee you’ve consumed at least two of them this week, and possibly all three.

So What Are These Ingredients? 

  •  Lemon
  •  Sugar
  •  Water

That’s all there is to it! As the trend shifts towards more natural, chemical-free ingredients, more and more women are switching to sugaring! The technique used for sugaring also varies slightly from waxing.

Sugar uses no strips or sticks. The technician takes a ball of sugar paste, molds it onto the skin, and then flicks it off, removing the hair with it. It is quick, easy, and slightly less painful than waxing.

So Why Should You Try Sugaring?

As we said, sugaring has many benefits. These benefits include:

1. Longer Lasting Results

The superior technique used in sugaring allows a higher percentage of hair removed from the root. It means you will have less regrowth for a more extended time.

2. Sugar Is Not Hot

You will never get burned by sugar. If sugar were hot enough to burn you, it would be an unusable liquid. Take it from someone who got burned when getting a Brazilian wax, and this is a massive bonus for sugaring.

3. Sanitary

There is zero possible reuse of any products used to sugar you. Meaning, you can be less worried about the hygienic practices of the salon, as they ensure to be no double-dipping here.

The Unstoppable Sugaring Movement

Sugaring is expanding across the globe, a demand increases. Salons keep opening up every day! Take, for example, our salon, The Lily Bar. We have been open for six less than a year, and we are already the old kids on the block. We have heard of two new salons opening up just this week within our province. New sugar suppliers are starting up every day.

Interested In Giving Sugaring A Try? 

You definitely should, just like us. Once you try it, you will love it. In our never-ending battle to try to avoid harsh chemicals on and in our bodies, sugaring gives you one less thing to worry over.

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