What is Natural Sugar Wax and How is it different from regular Wax?

Not so fool proof for me I guess.  I even went to get my legs waxed at a waxing salon once, and I’m not sure whether the wax was too hot or just too strong but it was overall way more painful than normal. The lady finished waxing my legs, I paid and left and it wasn’t until I got home, I noticed areas on my legs literally looked like layers of skin were missing, they eventually scabbed up and healed but I was pretty traumatized.

I did eventually find an Esthetician who did a great job and totally knew what she was doing (with no problems) and I still go to her sometimes.

But, if you are looking to save money or just DIY methods, the sugar wax is the way to go. You always let it cool to room temperature before use (so no burning) and I could be wrong but I always felt like usual waxes pull of more than just hair (skin too) but the sugar wax doesn’t feel that way at all.

The process is pretty quick too, and I have used this wax on my legs, arms, underarms, eyebrows, bikini line, and yes I have done  Brazilian waxes (on myself) with it too.


Although I prefer going to my esthetician for that since I don’t have to result to doing yoga and bend in every which way to uhhmm wax, or convince myself to rip the wax off every single time, but hey, it is doable if you were wondering.Sugar Hair Removal WaxStep 1: Pour Sugar In a pan,

Step 2: Add water

Step 3: Add Lemon Juice

Step 4: Stir and Turn on High HeatSugar Hair Removal WaxStep 5: Once its boiling or bubbling reduce heat to medium

Step 6: You want it to lightly produce bubbles but if it starts bubbling up like step 5 then lower the heat a bit and make sure you constantly stir

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