Sugaring Vs Waxing
| Divya Krishnamoorthy
When it comes to hair removal, there are a few popular methods. So which hair removal method is better: sugaring or waxing? Both have their pros and cons, but you might be interested in learning how sugaring differs from waxing based on what you already know or have experienced. Although there are some parallels and variations, sugaring is the most effective method for hair removal.
How it started?
The oldest method of hair removal is sugaring. Thousands of years ago, at least! Making sugar paste just requires three ingredients: sugar, water, and lemon juice. On the other hand, various components from the production of petroleum are used to make wax which is unhealthy for the skin and unfavourable to the environment.
Both are used on the skin to get rid of hair follicles. Wax must be heated before being applied to the skin, which increases the risk of burns, whereas the sugar wax can be put to the skin at room temperature without ever causing a burn. Wax adheres to practically everything, including your skin, which can lead to tears. Sugar won't rip the skin; it will just attach to dead skin and unwanted hair.
While sugar wax is applied and the hairs are removed in the direction of your hair growth, and in waxing, the wax is applied, and the hairs are removed against the direction of growth.
The Time And Requirements:
The length of hair required for sugaring may be the best point to consider to choosing sugar over waxing. Sugaring just needs 1/8th of an inch of growth compared to 1/4 inch for waxing. This reduces the amount of time interval between the removal process and increases the likelihood that hair will be removed during its growth cycle when it is cut at that shorter length. When hair is removed while it is still receiving blood, the follicular wall collapses, preventing the hair from growing again. Over time, this causes the density to decrease!
The Ease To Use:
Sugar wax is made from natural ingredients mostly, making it a gentle and natural alternative to traditional waxes. Sugar wax can be used on any areas of the body, including the face, bikini line, and legs. Also, on the other hand, waxing is not recommended to use on sensitive areas and skin types.
No more Waxing!
The sugaring hair removal process is versatile and eventually reduces hair growth, giving you a smooth and silky finish. Our sugar wax is easy to use and makes hair removal less painful than traditional waxing methods. If you're looking for a flawless, affordable, safe way to remove unwanted hair, we suggest trying our sugar wax. Purchase your own kit today and see the results for yourself!