Egyptians started sugaring hundreds of years ago. Because deodorants and soap were unavailable, they discovered that keeping their underarm and pubic hair clean and fresh was possible. As a result, they created sugar paste, sugar wax is the oldest and most natural method of hair removal.
It is a safe and natural approach to remove unwanted hair that is now part of the beauty routines of modern men and women. It’s a popular waxing alternative. Consider your hair to be a grass. Shaving simply reduces the amount of hair growth and promotes new, stronger growth!!!
Everything about sugaring
Sugar, lemon juice, and water are combined to make sugar paste. It’s all-natural, hasn’t been tested on animals, and is ecologically friendly. There are no chemicals in it. Because the product is made up of natural substances, there are no negative side effects to worry about.
It’s kind to the skin. This is due to the fact that it is water soluble, can be applied warm (not hot), and does not adhere to wet surfaces. As a result, it does not adhere to the skin or living skin cells, but just to the hair, which is taken cleanly from the roots without damaging the surrounding region. This is less unpleasant than waxing since it is less damaging to the skin. This approach is suitable for those with sensitive, dry, or aged skin, as well as those suffering from eczema.
It’s safe for all skin types and can help with eczema and psoriasis by eliminating the top layer of dead skin and enabling the skin below to recover.
The skin is covered with sugar paste, which is then flicked off. The hair is removed from the root. As a result, regrowth is slower, finer, softer, and lighter in color, which can contribute to progressive hair loss. Because each hair follicle is set to generate a specific number of hairs over its lifespan, this is the case. The follicle is stimulated to create its next hair more quickly than it would have if the hair had been lost normally by removing the hair from the root. The follicle then produces fewer hairs than it was planned to produce, and eventually stops generating hair.
The skin is left soft, smooth, healthy-looking, clearer and rejuvenated, and stubble-free for a few weeks after dead skin is removed.
Because the skin is more sensitive after a bath or shower, sugaring should be avoided. Use moisturizing creams, fragrant soaps, and deodorants on the region to be sugared as least 1 day before sugaring to prevent the sugar paste from working.
The initial sugaring treatment may produce skin irritation and redness, but this will fade with repeated sugaring treatments. Treatments are usually done every 4-6 weeks, depending on the pace of hair growth of the individual.
Because people’s pain thresholds varies and certain body parts are more sensitive than others, the discomfort from sugaring will differ. The sugar wax, on the other hand, is far less painful than peeling a plaster off hairy skin!! After the sugaring treatment, avoid using moisturizing creams, fragrant soaps, or deodorants on the sugared regions. Also, avoid extended sun exposure, which can cause skin irritation.
Eyebrows, top lip, chin, shoulders, back, chest, arms, underarms, bikini line, and legs are among areas that can be sugared.