HOMEMADE WAXING CAN BE A GREAT WAY TO SAVE YOU MONEY AND PROTECT YOU FROM HARMFUL CHEMICALS
Guess how much time and money the average woman spends ridding her body of unwanted hair?
Recent studies indicate that more than 99% of women voluntarily remove hair, and more than 85% do so regularly, even daily.
The usual targets, for the moment, are legs, underarms, eyebrows, upper lips, and bikini lines. Waxing is by far the most expensive form of hair removal.
A woman who waxes once or twice a month will spend an average of £17,000 on hair removal in a lifetime. Is waxing at a salon worth the cost? Razors can be pretty costly every year, and waxing products that you would buy at your local chemist or supermarket are made with questionable ingredients.
Most of us know how sore it can be to get a wax, only to see hair reappear some weeks later. The mainstream market offers dozens of “long-lasting” possibilities. However, some of these off-the-shelf wax products contain totally harsh chemicals and are ineffective.
This includes brands such as Nair. Try to avoid ALL Nair products at all costs. Whether hair remover oil, wax strips, shower hair remover or hair remover lotion.
The 4 most common toxic ingredients found in Nair products include:
- Fragrance (parfum)
RELATED: Toxic Ingredients To Avoid in Beauty Products.
If you’re the DIY type, whether you’re creating an avocado mask for your face or adding egg yolk to help your hair, this is more like a routine, just as much if you were to lather on body lotion after taking a shower. But what about removing your own body hair? Not so much for a lot of women.
While there are some aspects of our beauty routine we prefer leaving it to the pros (microneedling), sugaring is one that – if done correctly, can be added to your DIY arsenal. When it comes to DIY beauty, removing body hair is usually something I’d leave to a professional. Still, the ancient technique of sugaring is entirely accessible.
Waxing at home can be a great way to save you money, especially if you make homemade wax. I’ve created a recipe that actually works! So what’s the big deal with sugaring? There are several ways to remove body hair; why get excited about just one?
Have you heard of sugaring? Summer is here, which may mean a little more grooming before heading to the beach. But the idea of hot wax treatment is painful. Shaving causes ingrown hairs, razor bumps, and irritated skin. And even razor burn is embarrassing and stings!
Not only that, but shaving only lasts a couple of days, and by the end of the year, you’ll have spent hundreds of dollars on shaving cream and razors. Don’t worry – there may be another way. Sugaring, or sugar wax, is applied to the skin and moved, taking the hair along it.
Waxing is a popular hair removal choice, but depending on how frequently you choose to wax, the costs can add up quickly once you factor in the procedure and aftercare. Removing body hair is about finding the fairest balance between price, pain, and results.
Sugar waxing is one of those things I always swore I would never try. I thought maybe I’d end up burning myself with melted sugar that doesn’t sit well. But I’m curious by nature, so I started doing some research.
It turns out there’s a reason sugaring is so popular. Said to be traditional waxing’s cheaper and less painful, sugar waxing promises an alternative to daily shaving. While the thought of ripping my hair out by the root doesn’t exactly thrill me, not having to shave my legs for a couple of weeks totally does.
So I went ahead and gathered up the ingredients and gave it a shot. And guess what? I’ve now converted to waxing at home. I’m about to let you in on all the reasons sugar waxing is so unique. I’m also going to share with you an unbelievably simple (but insanely effective) sugar wax recipe that will show you how to make wax.
If you want to learn how to make sugar wax at home, you are in the right place because I have a foolproof DIY recipe to share with you. If you are still using a razor to get rid of unwanted hair or going to a beauty salon to get your waxing done, you should read this.
In this DIY age, many treatments that professionals perform can be done in the comfort of your own home in a more convenient way. You can make your own sugar wax at home with available ingredients from your kitchen. And the best benefit of all is the money you are going to save. If you go to the salon every month, making your own homemade sugar wax is going to save you serious bucks.
SO WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU AND HOMEMADE WAXING?
Well, for one, it works – plus, it hurts less. This sticky paste pulls hair out at the roots without ripping off the top layer of your skin. It may hurt slightly, but way less than getting a professional wax. It’s super simple, cheap, and accessible.
Essentially sugaring “wax” is just caramel and is made of only sugar, water, honey, and lemon juice – affordable pantry items that often don’t require an extra trip to the grocery store. Plus, sugar is a natural preservative, making this last a long time, so you don’t have to create a new batch every time. Hot water dissolves it.
It couldn’t be easier. And it’s zero-waste, non-toxic, and eco-friendly. On the other hand, sugaring is pretty much a no-waste operation. It dissolves in hot water to literal sugar water.
In this post, we’ll discuss types of homemade wax for hair removal, how to wax safely at home, and some of the benefits of making and using your own homemade wax.
IN JUST MOMENTS, YOU’LL DISCOVER:
- What exactly is sugaring or sugar wax?
- Is sugaring better than waxing?
- Types of homemade wax
- How to use sugar wax at home
- How to make sugar wax with only using 4 ingredients that can be found in your own kitchen
- Sugar wax tips for a successful recipe
But first, let’s talk about the benefits. Sugar waxing has many benefits: low cost, natural ingredients, suitable for sensitive skin, eco-friendly, easy to clean, less painful and longer lasting than waxing.
And how much money do you think you’ve spent on home hair removal solutions over the years? Bit of a difficult question to ask yourself, considering if you tally up the cost of epilators, razors, and waxing products. Homemade waxing may seem like more effort than it’s worth. Still, there are many benefits to creating and using your own homemade wax.
SOME OF THE MANY BENEFITS OF SUGAR WAXING INCLUDE:
• SUGAR WAXING IS CHEAP
The first benefit to sugar waxing is that it’s so cheap to the point of almost being free. If you follow the recipe, you may not need to buy waxing strips, so there are extra savings right there!
Salon waxing can cost anywhere from £30 to £150 or more, depending on the body part. Many of the ingredients and tools for a homemade wax can be purchased, cleaned and reused, which significantly saves you money in the long run.
• SAFER INGREDIENTS
Not all salons use natural wax, and some wax may contain additives and dyes that can irritate the skin. Creating your own homemade polish can ensure that you’re only using safe, natural ingredients.
For one, the ingredients in the actual paste are all-natural, making this helpful for sensitive skin types. If you’re reading my blog, you’ll know that I support entirely natural, chemical-free versions of beauty products and cosmetics. I love that sugar wax only uses 100% natural, safe ingredients.
• DIY SUGAR HAIR REMOVAL CAN BE FAR LESS PAINFUL AND SIGNIFICANTLY LAST LONGER THAN NORMAL WAXING
The fact that sugaring pulls the root of the hair, and less on the skin, therefore it’s less painful.
Sugar wax is a lot more gentle with removing hair and isn’t as harsh as traditional waxing. Because it’s all-natural, it doesn’t rip the hair, cause bumps or irritation. Sugar wax is also great for your pores instead of shaving or waxing.
• DIY SUGAR HAIR REMOVAL IS SAFE FOR SENSITIVE SKIN
Thankfully, suppose you have sensitive skin and are prone to redness, irritation, inflammation, and ingrown hairs. In that case, those problems are reduced when you eliminate traditional wax kits in favour of sugar wax. It’s also less likely to damage the top layers of your skin the way regular DIY wax does. Sugar is also a natural hypoallergenic.
• SUGARING IS ECO-FRIENDLY
It’s an excellent substitute for wax strips. This is because no chemicals go into the making of it, and not only that, but you can sugar wax without stripes – you just need the proper technique.
• THE NATURAL INGREDIENTS ARE REALLY EASY TO WASH OFF YOUR SKIN AFTERWARDS
If you’ve ever tried waxing at home, you know that cleaning up afterwards is usually a challenge.
Why shave when you can make your own sugar wax right at home? I’ll show you how to make sugar wax at home in just a few easy steps! The great thing about sugar wax is that it’s so much better for your skin than shaving or waxing at a salon.
It’s all-natural and doesn’t rip the hairs or cause bumps or irritation. Sugar wax is also a gentler way of removing hair and doesn’t hurt nearly as much as waxing. Let’s dive in, and you can make your very own sugar wax to get your skin soft and ready for the summer.
WHAT IS SUGAR WAX?
Sugar wax follows the same concept as waxing. However, sugaring is different to waxing in several fundamental ways. Sugar waxing (or sugaring) is an all-natural waxing solution that has become a popular waxing option for many years, as it’s thought to be a more natural, less painful option that lasts longer than conventional waxing (soft and hard waxing).
Sugar wax is a natural way of removing the body and facial hair using a paste made of sugar, honey, water, and lemon juice. People usually sugar wax at home because it’s more convenient and cheaper than traditional waxing in a salon. It doesn’t pull the skin, which causes much of the discomfort of conventional waxing.
Sugar wax may be used for all skin types, even sensitive skin. Instead, it removes the hair because the sugar binds to the hair, not the skin. For this to work, your hair needs to be about a quarter-inch long so that the sugar can easily adhere to it.
Especially if you have sensitive skin, this may be perfect for you. The benefits of sugar wax are the exfoliating and hydrating results, which are not typically found after waxing or shaving. While shaving can cause ingrown hairs in coarser hair types, sugaring softens the hair follicle, which reduces hair growth.
The results can last up to 30 days and can be done with ingredients you likely already have in your kitchen. Additionally, the sugar acts as an exfoliant for your skin, making your skin softer. It may take a few rounds, but this is a great way to take care of your skin.
Another great reason is that sugaring helps you avoid petroleum-based ingredients found in off-the-shelf hair removal products. Sugar wax can be reheated and used the same way as hard wax.
If you think this recipe is for you, try it. You may want to do a patch test first to ensure it’s okay for your skin. If you experience any sensitivity, stop; however, your skin will love this treatment since these ingredients are pure.
Before making the recipe, I will share a few sugar wax tips to make your sugaring experience easier.
IS SUGARING BETTER THAN WAXING?
Sugaring is excellent because it doesn’t adhere to your pores and skin and definitely gets the hair out of the roots. The sugaring paste acts as a gentle conditioner to the pores of your skin. It is less likely to result in irritation, ideal for sensitive skin.
TYPES OF HOMEMADE WAX
There are several options for making your own homemade wax, including soft wax, hard wax, and sugar wax for body waxing. Many wax ingredients can be found already in your kitchen, grocery store, and online.
Hard wax is one of the most commonly used waxes for sensitive body areas. Hard wax doesn’t require removal strips. Hard wax can be melted on the stove for 15 to 20 minutes on a high setting. Hard wax is best for sensitive, smaller underarms, eyebrows, upper lip, or bikini lines.
Soft wax is a waxing option for larger body areas, such as the arms and legs. It contains ingredients similar to a hard wax. A soft wax requires wax strips or cloths for hair removal.
HOW TO USE SUGAR WAX AT HOME:
Here are some great examples of how to use homemade sugar wax.
The best homemade wax for legs includes soft wax and sugar wax. The hair on your legs can be challenging to wax, making soft waxing a more popular option. Your legs should be waxed in separate sections to ensure the most hair removal.
• BIKINI AREA
The best homemade wax for the bikini area includes hard and sugar wax. According to this statistic, over 80% of women groom their bikini area.
Hard wax and sugar wax are great options for this particular area because they’re gentle enough to use on this sensitive skin area. When waxing your bikini area, make sure to keep the wax away from your genital area.
The best homemade wax for your arms includes soft wax and sugar wax. Soft wax is usually the best for larger areas like your arms, as you’ll need to cover a larger space. You’ll need to wax in two to three separate sections of your arms to ensure the most hair removal.
The best homemade wax for the eyebrows includes hard wax and sugar wax. When waxing above the brow, make sure to follow the natural arch of your eyebrow to avoid waxing off too much hair. If waxing below the brow, be careful not to wax too close to your eyelid or eye.
• UPPER LIP
The best homemade wax for the upper lip includes a sugar wax or hard wax. When waxing between the nose and upper lip, you can apply the wax as far as the corners of your mouth.
HOW DO YOU MAKE SUGAR WAX?
BEFORE YOU WAX
Before you start waxing, check the wax to make sure it’s not too hot. On another note, make sure you’re not allergic to any of the ingredients being used. I’d recommend that you perform a test on a small part of your skin to avoid any future skin irritation.
It’s also essential to exfoliate your skin before waxing. I don’t recommend that you take a shower before your wax, as this might make your skin extra sensitive. And please do not wax if you have allergies to any ingredients and/or skin conditions.
HOW TO PREP YOUR SKIN
I’d recommend that you cleanse the area of your body that you plan on waxing with organic body soap or body wash, including a light exfoliation. Whatever area of your body you’re waxing should be clean and free of any oils and/or lotions, especially if your skin is prone to being oily.
You can remove any excess oil from your skin with witch hazel. If you have sunburned skin or any sort of irritation, including a skin rash, open sores, etc., please make sure to avoid waxing those areas.
Note that this recipe works well for hair on the legs and arms. Take precautions if you decide to sugar wax in areas such as the underarms or bikini where your hair is more coarse. I’d recommend testing a small area first if you wax in those specific areas.
Your eyebrows can be challenging to wax, particularly if you don’t have experience waxing your own eyebrows. The upper lip is okay but always test first. Suppose you’re not sure how to go about waxing specific areas of your body. In that case, I suggest that you seek a professional to perform a wax.
DO I NEED TO USE COTTON CLOTHS WITH THIS WAX?
You don’t need to use cotton cloths if the sugar wax has the right consistency. It should adhere directly to the hair and pull away from the skin by hand, leaving no residual wax. If the sugar wax doesn’t have the right consistency, cotton waxing strips may help by giving the polish something to cling to.
WHAT KIND OF COTTON CLOTH SHOULD I USE?
You can either make your own cloth strips by using old cotton t-shirts, bedsheets, or pillowcases cut into 2 or 4-inch strips, or you can purchase pre-made waxing cloths. You’ll want to make sure that the fabric isn’t super stretchy so that it can pull off in one swoop.
When you’re done, remove any residual wax with warm water and a washcloth after any hair has been removed. It’s important to soothe your skin after you have waxed. This will help to prevent ingrown hairs, bumps, and irritation. Be sure to avoid any additional exfoliation and hot water for a couple of days to allow your skin to heal from waxing.
Apply a natural moisturiser. I have a couple of recommendations for natural moisturisers you can use to apply post-waxing. The first recommendation is to apply cold-pressed aloe vera gel to your skin. Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties that will prevent any irritation. The second recommendation would be to use coconut oil regularly for a couple of days post-waxing.
Coconut oil can remove any remaining wax left on the skin. And the third recommendation is vitamin E oil, which can also help reduce inflammation post-waxing. Avoid exercising or taking hot baths if you’ve waxed your underarms or bikini area. Both of these areas can be extra sensitive to heat.
Keep your skin clean and clear of harsh chemicals and fragrances for best results. Do not use toxic lotions or perfumes on your skin after waxing. Also, consider staying away from saunas to keep the sweat off of your skin. Now you’re ready for summer with soft, smooth skin.
RISKS OF HOMEMADE WAXING
Although there are some benefits to waxing at home, it may come with some risks. The only risks you have for waxing at home will be if you aren’t familiar with safe waxing techniques. One chance would be burning yourself.
If you use the hot wax on your body too soon before allowing it to cool down, you may burn your skin. Depending on how badly you’ve burned your skin and even the severity of the burn, you may need either a first aid kit or a visit to your doctor.
Another risk of homemade waxing is removing skin instead of hair. If the area of your body you want to wax is too dry, the wax might stick to the skin instead of just the hair. This can cause inflammation and even pain while your skin heals.
• Soft towel
• Wooden popsicle sticks (to stir the wax and to apply)
• Waxing cloth strips (buy at the drugstore) OR small pieces of thin cotton fabric (about 1 inch by 3 inches each)
• Airtight container for storage of leftover wax
• Hand and body lotion
• Aloe vera gel
• Coconut Oil
• Vitamin E oil
- Raw honey
- Lemon juice
Yield: 1 Serving
HOMEMADE SUGAR WAX RECIPE FOR SMOOTH SKIN
Most of us have seen the infomercials and seen the different leg sugaring products at the drugstore. It’s so simple to make yourself and so inexpensive that you’ll always make your own!
PREP TIME: 5 Mins COOKING TIME: 5 Mins TOTAL TIME: 10 M
- 2 cups sugar
- 2 tbsp raw honey
- 1/4 cup water
- 1/4 cup lemon juice
- Candy thermometer
- Soft towel
- Wooden popsicle sticks (to stir the wax and to apply)
- Waxing cloth strips (buy at the drugstore) OR small pieces of thin cotton fabric (about 1 inch by 3 inches each)
- Airtight container for storage of leftover wax
- Pour the lemon juice and water in the pan on the stove while heating to 250 degrees F. Heat slowly.
- Add the honey and the sugar and stir.
- Reduce the heat. Continue to stir and allow the mixture to simmer until it turns smooth and golden in colour.
- Once heated and well-blended, remove heat and transfer to a heat-safe glass or stainless steel bowl. Pour into jars and cover with lids. If you use plastic pots, you’ll be able to microwave this mixture instead of heating it on the stove.
How to use sugar wax:
- Wash and dry your skin before you wax. Gently exfoliate to remove dead skin.
- Using a wooden stir stick, stir VERY well. It should be warm but not HOT. Please be very careful when heating up this wax – it’s very easy to burn yourself. If the wax isn’t warm enough, place it back in the microwave for five seconds, and stir again. Remember, this is hot sugar syrup – if it gets too hot, you’ll be badly burned.
- Always test the wax to ensure it isn’t too hot before applying it to sensitive areas of your face or body.
- Where you plan to wax, lightly cover the area with baby powder on your skin. Use a popsicle stick or small spatula to apply a thin, even wax coating to a small skin area. Spread a thin layer of wax in the same direction as the hair grows.
- Place pieces of fabric over the wax firmly by rubbing and pressing down. Allow it to cool against the skin. Apply the waxing cloth strip over the applied wax, and rub down well to get the wax to stick to the cloth. Hold the skin tight, and pull the fabric off of your skin in the direction of your hair growth in one quick motion. Continue with the other areas of your leg or wherever you’re waxing.
- Continue to apply the wax in small sections until you’re done. You may reuse the same piece of wax 3-4 times if you want. Or you can use a fresh amount of wax for each section of your skin.
- Check for any hairs that were not removed and get rid of them using tweezers.
- When you’re done waxing a complete area, rub in lotion, aloe vera gel (fresh is best) or coconut oil to soothe your legs.
- You can use the homemade waxing strips again if you soak them in soapy water to dissolve the sugar off the fabric and then toss it in with your wash as usual.
- Refrigerate any leftover wax in an airtight container for up to four to five weeks. Reheat to use. Heat in the microwave for ten seconds on high.
The amount of sugar wax you’ll need will depend on how many areas of your skin you’re covering. I’d recommend that you try this recipe first, which should cover enough for one or two legs – depending on how much hair you’re removing. You can store any leftover sugar wax in the refrigerator for however long you want. When it’s time to reheat it, microwave in 20-second intervals until it’s soft but not hot. If you overcook it, you may run the risk of burning yourself or ruining the wax, so it’s no longer usable.
SUGAR WAXING FAQS
Chances are you’ll have a lot of questions about making your own sugar wax at home. Sometimes making your own sugar wax isn’t always easy. Hopefully, I can help you out!
CAN YOU MAKE SUGAR WAX IN THE MICROWAVE?
For me, no, it didn’t work. No matter how long I microwaved it, I just couldn’t get my wax to the right, soft, sticky consistency. In fact, microwaving made it hard to boil off enough liquid at first.
Technically, a microwave may work if you don’t have the time to go through a few test rounds. However, I also had a problem: I couldn’t watch the sugar as it boiled. So even after microwaving it one too many sessions, my wax would come out hard and solid. I’d recommend that you stick with cooking the wax over the stove where you can closely monitor it.
HOW LONG SHOULD YOUR HAIR BE TO STICK TO THE WAX?
Your hair should be at least 5-6 mm long.
DOES SUGAR WAX HURT?
For some people, all types of hair removal can be painful. For other people, sugaring might not be painful at all. Sugaring is considered less painful than waxing because the mixture doesn’t adhere to the skin.
CAN I USE OTHER TYPES OF SUGAR, LIKE BROWN OR CASTER SUGAR?
Yes, you can if you want to. Just know that it might take a little bit of trial and error to get the correct ratio of sugar to liquid.
WHAT IF MY SUGAR WAX COMES OUT TOO HARD?
If your sugar wax happens to come out too hard, it’s overcooked. You can add more lemon juice and continue boiling for another few minutes. If the consistency is still not there, add more lemon juice and simmer. If it’s overcooked, the best thing to do is pour it into the garbage and start again.
If it keeps getting hard after several batches, try cooking it for a shorter amount of time. Whatever you do, don’t let your sugar wax cook in the pot you cooked it in, or it will overcook because it keeps cooking even after you remove it off the stove.
WHAT IF IT COMES OUT TOO SOFT?
If the wax isn’t hard enough, you’ve undercooked it. The only solution would be to cook it longer. To get the correct consistency, pour it back into the pot and place it on the stove. Heat it for another few minutes. Let it cool, and try again.
I’VE TRIED THIS RECIPE SEVERAL TIMES, AND IT STILL WON’T COME OUTRIGHT. NOW WHAT?
There are several reasons, but there’s no one-size-fits-all sugar wax recipe. There may be a few potential problems that suggest you might need to adjust your cooking time. One reason could be that your burner may get too hot, and the liquid evaporates too quickly.
Another reason could be that you removed the wax from the stove. It kept cooking, so even if the wax was perfect when you removed it, it became rock hard over time. Or it could be your supplies, such as your thermometer, which may not be calibrated correctly.
HOW LONG DOES SUGAR WAX LAST IN THE FRIDGE?
Store the wax in your refrigerator. Depending on how often you wax, it will usually last for at least six months. When you’re ready to use again, heat it up in the microwave and check every 20 seconds until it’s warm and turned into a syrup-like substance.
CAN I STORE LEFTOVER SUGAR WAX?
You can store the sugar wax in a container; for example, a microwave-safe container works well. When you’re ready to use it again, pop it in the microwave and heat in 10-second intervals until melted. Please be cautious, as hot sugar wax can cause severe burns.
HOW TO STORE YOUR DIY SUGAR WAX
Like I mentioned earlier, you can store hard sugar wax in a glass jar or container in the fridge, then microwave it whenever you need to use it.
When storing sugar wax properly, here’s an important tip: make sure to lightly grease the containers before putting the hard wax in the glass container. This actually prevents the wax from sticking to the container, and it’s easy to remove when you need to use it.
STORAGE OF EXTRA SUGAR WAX
Another thing that I love about sugaring is that it’s waste-free! Any leftover wax can be stored in an airtight container or a jar in the fridge until you’re ready to use it the next time you wax.
The wax will harden while it’s stored, so to get it soft when you use it the next time, you’ll need to add a couple of tablespoons of water and reheat the wax. Heat this up on the stove until it’s the right consistency (hard sugar wax is impossible to use).
HOW LONG WILL WAX STAY GOOD?
If stored in the refrigerator, indefinitely.
HOW TO REHEAT YOUR SUGAR WAX
You can reheat your wax by placing the container in warm water, not hot water (works for glass containers and small individual containers). Reheat the container of sugar wax in the microwave for 10 seconds or more.
WHAT IS THE BEST SUGAR WAX TO BUY?
WHAT IS THE BEST ORGANIC SUGAR WAX? RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NON-TOXIC SUGAR WAX PRODUCTS
Here’s what you need to know to find a non-toxic sugar wax and a few of my current favourites. To ensure you’re getting the best product, I reviewed and have used these options and made sure they’re easy to find online.
There are options for hard, soft, and medium sugary paste, including strips, and even organic wax for lip, face and eyebrow hair removal! These non-toxic sugar wax recommendations are safer for you but super easy to use!
Expect to receive long-term effects and new hair growth prevention. You will have smooth skin over an extended period (more than 3 weeks).
Sugaring Factory offers organic products for effective and natural body hair removal through sugaring. This hair removal method (from the face, hands, legs, back, Brazilian, bikini) is highly effective as it lets you avoid skin trauma and hair damage.
Hard sugaring paste for Brazilian bikini. Hair removal for women and men. This sugaring paste penetrates into follicles and uncovers them. As a result, every hair is always removed from its root without injury, hair breaking off, ingrowth or dermal irritation. Waxing kit. Please, use a sugaring wax warmer if needed.
Attention! The product cannot be preheated in the microwave oven. Sugaring paste can be easily washed off with water and does not require special cleaning fluids.
Multi-purpose all body parts paste for all hair types – bikini waxing kit. Also, you can use waxing strips. 100% natural. Their hair removal product consists solely of natural components.
Does not contain genetically modified ingredients or other chemical additives such as stabilisers, colouring agents, emulsifiers. Ingredients: Organic Natural Sugar, organic citric acid, purified water. Product environmentally friendly and safe for human health.
Super soft paste for waxing strips only. Long-term effect and new hair growth prevention. Sugaring hair removal by Sugaring Factory makes unwanted hair removal as simple as possible.
You will have smooth skin over an extended period (more than 3 weeks). With their hair removal products, you will be able to get perfectly smooth skin without spending a lot of time and money.
ORGANIC LIP, FACE AND EYEBROW WAX KIT – NATURAL SUGAR FACIAL HAIR REMOVER
Moom’s Organic Sugar Wax Kit uses a revolutionary caramel glazing technique, developed to be skin-gentle for all skin types, no-chemical & easy to apply & remove!
Environmentally-friendly Moom organic flawless facial hair remover is easy to use, water-soluble for quick clean up. And as Moom doesn’t damage the skin like hard wax hair removal, no after-treatment lotions are needed!
The lemon juice, moisturising avocado oil & agar-agar, & green tea in our wax hair removal kit are known to soothe & calm younger-looking skin naturally.
FINAL THOUGHTS ON HOMEMADE SUGAR WAXING
You just learned how to make your own homemade sugar wax with this simple DIY recipe for smooth, silky skin.
And that means you can now wax any part of your body, whether that’s your legs, bikini, arms, upper lip, and other areas that can be waxed safely in the comfort of your own home inexpensively using all-natural body wax and achieve long-lasting, hair-free results rather than salon waxing.
LET’S QUICKLY RECAP THE HIGHLIGHTS:
- You learned how to create a sugar wax recipe from home using ingredients from your kitchen to achieve silky, smooth skin.
- You found out that sugar waxing from home is a great way to save you a ton of money every year vs salon waxing.
- You discovered how to DIY sugar hair removal can be far less painful and last significantly longer than regular waxing.
- Plus, you even discovered the four most common toxic ingredients found in over-the-shelf hair removal products, including Nair.
Bottom line: you now know exactly how to make sugar wax. So, your next step is easy – take action on what you just learned. Because the sooner you do, the sooner you’ll start saving money and enjoying smooth, silky skin!
What’s excellent about sugar waxing is that you don’t need to wait for your hairs to grow as long as you would with traditional waxing. You can stay hair-free 90% of the time without ever having to shave again.
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