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Through Ten Years of Work, Trial, Effort and Analytics  We've made Sugar Sugar a Sugar Waxing Money Maker that Clients LOVE.
January 22, 2024

Sugar vs Wax: The Winner Is Clear

Sugar vs Wax: The Winner Is Clear

Compared to wax, sugar comes out on top in all categories:


Sugar Hair Removal: Sugaring involves using a mixture of sugar, lemon juice, and water. It is a more natural and gentle option as it contains fewer ingredients.

Wax Hair Removal: Waxing products contain a variety of ingredients, including resins, waxes, and sometimes additives. Some people may be sensitive or allergic to certain ingredients in wax.



Sugar Hair Removal: Sugaring is applied at room temperature or slightly warmed, so there’s no risk of burns compared to hot wax.

Wax Hair Removal: Wax needs to be heated before application, and there is a risk of burns if it is too hot.




Sugar Hair Removal: Sugaring adheres to the hair and top layer of dead skin cells only, which makes it less painful than waxing. It exfoliates the top layer of skin without damage to the healthy skin.

Wax Hair Removal: Wax adheres to both the hair and the skin, which can result in a more painful experience and damage to healthy skin tissue. 


Application and Removal

Sugar Hair Removal: Sugaring is applied against the direction of hair growth and removed in the direction of growth which results in minimal chance of breakage and ingrowns hairs. Clients also notice longer lasting results.

Wax Hair Removal: Wax is applied in the direction of hair growth and removed against it. This can lead to hair breakage and ingrown hairs.



Sugar Hair Removal: Sugaring is water-soluble, making it easy to clean off the skin with water.

Wax Hair Removal: Most wax residues require oil-based solutions to remove completely.



There you have it! More gentle and better results...clients that sugar never look back.

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