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What is Sugaring?
Body Sugaring is an ancient method of hair removal that uses a water soluble paste made of sugar lemon and water to remove unwanted hair from the body. It is an alternative for those who have sensitive skin or who react to waxes with bumps, redness and skin lifting. Sugar waxing or Persian waxing has been in use since 1900 BC. Historically, it was confined to the regions surrounding Persia until the first millennium AD. Sugaring was also known as sukkar in the Middle East and in Egypt, as ağda in Turkey, and as moumin in Iran. It is said that Cleopatra herself had her body hair removed by sugaring. The original basic recipe of sugar, lemon juice and water is heated at a very low temperature to form a rich syrup, which is then molded by hand into a ball, spread on the skin and quickly removed with a flick of the hand. Besides being organic and quite possibly the most ancient and natural hair removing method, the benefits of sugaring extend beyond its pure formula. During application, the sugar paste seeps into the hair follicle, lubricating the hair root for easier removal. Pulling hair out in the same direction of growth lessens strain on the skin and prevents breakage of the hair follicle above or below the skin’s surface. As a result, ingrown hairs don’t form as easily as in waxing and the surface stays hairless for as long as possible. Over time, when the hair grows back, it becomes finer and softer. The skin also gets a bonus smoothing treatment. Keep your visits within 4 weeks to receive a 20% off price of treatment and to keep your skin smooth and hairless.
What is Sugaring?
Body Sugaring is an ancient method of hair removal that uses a water soluble paste made of sugar lemon and water to remove unwanted hair from the body. It is an alternative for those who have sensitive skin or who react to waxes with bumps, redness and skin lifting. Sugar waxing or Persian waxing has been in use since 1900 BC. Historically, it was confined to the regions surrounding Persia until the first millennium AD. Sugaring was also known as sukkar in the Middle East and in Egypt, as ağda in Turkey, and as moumin in Iran. It is said that Cleopatra herself had her body hair removed by sugaring. The original basic recipe of sugar, lemon juice and water is heated at a very low temperature to form a rich syrup, which is then molded by hand into a ball, spread on the skin and quickly removed with a flick of the hand. Besides being organic and quite possibly the most ancient and natural hair removing method, the benefits of sugaring extend beyond its pure formula. During application, the sugar paste seeps into the hair follicle, lubricating the hair root for easier removal. Pulling hair out in the same direction of growth lessens strain on the skin and prevents breakage of the hair follicle above or below the skin’s surface. As a result, ingrown hairs don’t form as easily as in waxing and the surface stays hairless for as long as possible. Over time, when the hair grows back, it becomes finer and softer. The skin also gets a bonus smoothing treatment. Keep your visits within 4 weeks to receive a 20% off price of treatment and to keep your skin smooth and hairless.