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Waxing and Sugaring

Beauty Care

What is Sugar Hair Removal?

Hair removal is the sweetest and the most natural way with sugar, lemon, and water. This method is completely natural and free from any harmful substances or toxins. While it's safe to use, we advise against consuming it. Unlike waxing, sugaring removes hair in the direction of growth, minimizing breakage and ingrown hairs. It's heated only to our body's natural temperature, making it gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin.

Women’s Sugaring:

Brow Clean up $18

Brow Shaping $25

Lip $15

Chin $15

Cheeks $25

Underarms $30

Full Arms $65

Full Legs $75

Half Legs $45

Basic Bikini $25

Extended Bikini from $40+

Brazilian $65

Brazilian maintenance $55

(4 weeks)

Men’s Sugaring:            Full back $55 and up
Chest $50
Abs  $25            

Brows $18

Melted wax

What can I expect at my first Sugaring appt?
Sugar paste is applied by hand and gently molded over your skin, then flicked off (with all that unwanted hair) It is fantastic! You will never want to wax again.

How long does my hair need to be?
Sugaring can extract very short hair. For the best result at least 1/8″ is ideal, but Sugar can extract hair as short as 1/16″!

Why is Sugaring better?
Sugaring is all natural, can never burn or lift skin, leads to less ingrown hair, but the real kicker…Sugaring can lead to permanent refinement & reduction of your hair growth!

What should I do to prepare for my Sugaring?
Please avoid exfoliating or tanning the day before, day of and day after your service. Avoid shaving!

 

I'm on Accutane, can I be Sugared?
No, Accutane must be discontinued for at least six months before Sugaring can be considered.

 

What about Retin-A?
Please contact us prior to scheduling if you are actively using Retin-A.

 

Is there any time I should not get Sugared?
While it is totally safe, you may feel more sensitive or tender if Sugared during your period.

 

I’m pregnant, can I get Sugared?

You bet! It’s completely safe and there are no chemicals involved.

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