Hey Sugar, Sugar, Sugar!
Did I get your attention? Oh sugar how sweet you are!
Did you know you can remove unwanted hair with sugar?
The Art of sugaring is a method of epilation that is similar to waxing and a common practice to those from the middle east that has been around for centuries. Hair is removed from the root and it has been mentioned to be less painful then waxing.
You can now do this at home thanks to the wonderful ladies behind New Yorks celebrated hair removal experts at Shobha.
To start get the kit. It contains:
- Shobha® Sugaring Gel (8 fl oz)
- Shobha® Talc-Free Powder (2 oz)
- Shobha® Denim Strips (6)
- Shobha® Sugaring Instruction Booklet
- Shobha® Spatulas (2)
It is super easy to do at home. Heat the gel, powder the leg(not too much), apply the sugaring gel towards hair growth and apply the strip. Before your remove the strip pull the skin taught and remove the strip against your hairs growth.
Why Talc free powder? Read here, you’ll be surprised.
Why Sugar and what’s the ingredients?
- professional-grade for ultimate effectiveness
- natural ingredients mean natural reactions – which for most is no reaction at all
- less painful than waxing, with minimal irritation
- free of parabens, dyes, fragrances, petrols, resins & waxes
- simple cleanup – just use warm water (or jump in the shower)
For retailers and if your in the New York area click here for locations
Stay smooth and Happy Sugaring!
As an esthetician myself this method of hair removal is wonderful and so easy to do at home, just go to the site for tips and stay smooth and hair free!
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About this author
Erica Ashmore is a first time mom and a stay a home mom. Her inspiration comes from her happy and healthy toddler and supportive husband.
She’s been in the beauty industry for over 10 years and a new mom for over a year and counting. Having a baby is exciting. How our body and skin change is remarkable and Erica is here to share with you information on beauty and fashion for you and your little ones.
You can find Erica blogging at Everything Mom and Baby