FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SUGARING
Do you have any doubts about the sugar treatment? Check our FAQ’s:
Does it Hurt?
If you have been shaving, the first treatment is going to hurt due to the fact that the bulb at the base of the hair shaft is enlarged. The more treatments you receive the weaker the roots get and the easier it is to remove the hair.
How long does the hair have to be for sugaring?
Hair growth needs to be at least 1/8”, for book an appointment for sugaring you have to the legs to 4-5 weeks, and for Bikini or other sugar services you have to wait 3-4 weeks.
I used to shave/wax can I be a candidate for sugaring?
Sure! Just don’t shave after you start to come for sugaring or every session you are going to feel the same pain at as the first time and your hair is going to lose all the progress made. Can I shave between treatments?
Can I shave between treatments?
Please, do not use a razor between appointments as it causes the hair to grow back darker, stronger and more coarse-feeling.
How many treatments until the hair growth with diminishes?
Depending on how dense the hair growth is it will range from 18 months, for people with light hair growth, to 3 years or more, for people with heavier growth.
How do I avoid in-grown hairs?
Sugaring is not going to break your hair, is going to remove your hair from the bulb. Then, no broken hairs, no ingrown hair. Doing Sugaring with frequency prevents the ingrown hair.
How to prepare for sugaring?
Read our article about get ready for sugaring. It’s a complete mini-guide and will help you.
Is there any chance of cross-contamination?
There is zero cross-contamination with body sugaring.
How long do the effects of sugaring last?
Generally sugaring hair removal lasts between 4-6 weeks, depending on the level of hair growth and on how regular you are sugaring. This varies from one person to another and is also depending on the body area.
Why is sugaring better than waxing?
Wax has many chemical ingredients while sugaring paste is made from 100% natural ingredients. Hot Wax must be heated to a very high degree in order to become liquefied. This amount of heat can cause burning and scarring. It also causes swelling in the tissues, which makes hair removal difficult. Long term use can breakdown the underlying connecting tissues, especially in the lip and brow areas which is associated with WRINKLING.
Do I have to be a certain age?
The best age to start is at puberty.
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