FAQ's

What is sugaring wax?

It is a sticky, wax-like substance made from granulated sugar and water. Many formulations include other ingredients like lemon juice or fragrances. 

What is a sugar Brazilian wax?

Due to its sticky, gel-like appearance, sugaring paste is commonly referred to as “sugar wax.” However, it is important to note sugar paste and wax are not the same, as they are formulated using entirely different components. A Sugar Brazilian Wax consists of removing hair from the bikini area using sugaring.

How to use sugar wax?

We strongly recommend using a special sugar paste heater. After heating, simply start by slowly applying the paste on the desired area against the direction of hair growth. Then remove the paste by quickly pulling it off in a flicking motion against the direction of hair growth.

Is sugaring better than waxing?

Sugaring and waxing deliver similar results; however, the first is a gentler alternative for sensitive skin or sensitive areas of the body. It is perfect for delicate skin and Brazilian-style waxing services. 

How to store sugar paste?

Store in a cool, dry place away from heat and the elements.

Can I use a wax warmer for sugar wax?

We recommend using a special sugar wax warmer for any service involving this type of wax. It was designed to heat sugar paste at optimal temperatures so it removes hair efficiently without burning the skin.