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F.A.Q. Service: Sugaring F.A.Q.

F.A.Q. for Sugaring Services

Does sugaring hurt more when you have your menstrual cycle?

Some women are more sensitive at their time of the month so it is suggested you do not schedule your appointments to coincide with your menstrual cycle. Other women do not experience any increase in sensitivity. Do what you think is right for your body.

Can you remove soft downy facial hair?

We can safely remove the vellus (peach fuzz) hair on the face. The face is one of the most delicate areas for hair extraction, because of the dense amount of vellus hair. With one flick, we could remove about five hundred hairs. Since this type of hair sits on the nerve endings, it can set …

How often will I need a treatment?

The general rule of thumb is 3-4 weeks. Treatments scheduled closer together result in faster hair refinement. Appointments will be scheduled based on your individual hair growth patterns and body part(s) treated.

What should I do to prepare for my appointment?

24 hours prior to your appointment, gently exfoliate and re-hydrate your skin. It is recommended that you arrive at your appointment with clean skin without lotions, deodorants or oils. The very best results begin with skin care at home. Between treatments keep your skin exfoliated and well-hydrated. Also, never use a razor, depilatory creams or …

Does sugaring hurt as much as waxing?

Many clients describe their sugaring experiences as less painful than waxing. Also, they have found that any residual redness, if any, post treatment diminishes much more quickly. Keep in mind that hair is being removed from the follicle at the root so the extraction is not completely sensation-free. However, with regular sugaring the skin will …

Can I be burned?

The sugar is NEVER hot. The paste is applied at a lukewarm temperature.

What are the benefits of Sugaring?

PURE AND NATURAL INGREDIENTS Completely natural; made from organic ingredients, sugar, lemon and water. So natural you could eat it! Safe for even the most sensitive skin. MORE SANITARY Hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic sugar paste is applied with a gloved hand. A fresh ball of sugar paste is used on each client, meaning no risk of …