It might sound like baking, but SUGARING is actually a method of hair removal.
Similar to waxing, sugaring removes body hair by quickly pulling the hair from the root. The name for this method comes from the paste itself, which consists of lemon, water, and sugar.
This mixture is much more natural and environmentally-friendly than wax, making it a desirable method of hair removal.
t’s also worth noting that sugaring paste doesn’t adhere to the skin, so it only removes hair. Waxing, on the other hand, adheres to the skin and can cause more irritation.
Sugaring may sound similar to waxing, but there’s a key difference: the direction in which hair is pulled. With waxing, the mixture is applied in the same direction as hair growth and then removed in the opposite direction of hair growth. With sugaring, it’s the exact opposite. The cooled sugar paste is applied against the direction of hair growth and removed in the direction of hair growth with quick, small yanks.
This difference in application can make a big difference in whether there’s any hair breakage.
Because waxing pulls hair out in the opposite direction of growth, hair follicles can easily break in half. It’s also worth noting that sugaring paste doesn’t adhere to the skin, so it only removes hair. Waxing, on the other hand, adheres to the skin and can cause more irritation.
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