Ingredients of sugar, water and lemon, with no Cross Contamination or Double Dipping
Sugaring, is best technique for Brazilians....
The Sugaring paste is all natural made of sugar, water and lemon. There is no cross contamination or double dipping like wax and the technique doesn’t break hairs as much that can cause ingrown hairs. Doctors say, we once we needed protection against the elements, there’s no real clinical need for pubic hair in this day and age because clothing provides ample protection and warmth. It’s claimed it’s more hygienic to have the hair removed so it doesn’t absorb sweat causing odor. Other clients who have chronic yeast infections or Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) have claimed they stopped or subsided after receiving regular scheduled treatments. We recommend every six weeks for optimal results especially if you have razor burn or chronic ingrown hairs.
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Sugaring vs Waxing
Pure & Natural
The ingredients are sugar water and lemon…it’s so pure it’s safe enough to eat! Wax – contains resins, bees wax and other chemicals, not to mention the potential of other clients skin and blood. A spatula is repeatedly dipped in the same wax pot that is used from client to client.
Sugar Is Less Painful
Sugar will not stick to live skin cells, only the dead ones. Skin cells are removed, so there is less risk of abrasions, tearing and generally less redness than waxing. Wax – adheres to live skin cells and when removed, it will pull the skin, increasing the risk of tearing and redness.
No cross contamination or Double Dipping
Hypoallergenic non-comedogenic sugar paste is applied with a gloved hand, and a fresh ball of sugar paste for each client, meaning no risk of cross contamination. Wax easily spreads bacteria in the wax pot. A spatula is repeatedly dipped in the same wax pot that is used from client to client.
Extract Short Hairs
Hair growth need only be 3/8″ long to be removed BUT the longer the client can wait for their appointment, by not shaving before and after treatments, the longer the hair will stay gone. Basically more bang for buck. We suggest trimming hair before and between treatments with an electric trimmer instead of a straight razor.
The Sugar paste is applied against the natural direction of the hair growth, then removed in the direction of growth…resulting in less painful hair removal and less hair breakage. Wax – applied in the direction of hair growth and removed against the natural hair growth.
Gentle on the Skin
Sugar is not hot
Body Sugaring FAQs
No. Acutane is an oral high-dosage of vitamin A, which affects the whole body and can cause severe drying and thinning of the skin. You must wait a minimum of 6 months after discontinuing Acutane before receiving a sugaring treatment.
Applied topically, these products cause an increased amount of shedding and can thin the skin significantly. It is not recommended you sugar the areas where these medications are applied. Wait at least 3 months after the discontinuation of these products before sugaring.
You’re removing the hair by the root…it will sting a bit. Only a few clients are not affected. Keeping regular appointments every 6 weeks, decreases pain significantly. Irritation and redness can be common responses due to a histamine reaction. You can apply Hydrocortisone and/or take an antihistamine like Benadryl a couple of times a day to help decrease redness if needed. If you have no contradictions, some clients take a couple of over-the-counter Ibuprofen 45 minutes before your appointment to help minimize the sensitivity.
A “Brazilian” (sometimes referred to as an “LA Bikini”) is the removal of all pubic hair, front to back. For women, it includes the outer labia and anal region. We can not remove your inner labia hairs due to skin’s moisture content and the client’s potential of their skins PH levels being off. Everyone is shaped differently so a few hairs maybe removed. You can opt to shave them at home if they are bothersome to you.
At Unwanted Hair Solutions, we strive to give each client individual attention, so we’ll be happy to work with you to create the look you desire.
Typically every 6 weeks. Sugaring allows us to remove hairs as short as 1/16 of an inch, although it is recommended that the hair be between 1/8-1/4 inch for best results. Only if the client has been regular with their treatments with no shaving in between can the hair be short.
Very! There is NO RISK of cross contamination because we use a clean gloved hand, no spatulas or sticks means no double dipping like wax.
No. Sugar is water soluble, so just a little water will remove any sticky residue from your skin and clothing. There is no risk of damaging your clothes.
Please allow 24 hours prior to and after sugaring before you tan. If you have a sunburn, we can not Sugar in that area, as your skin is more sensitive and could cause the skin to tear.
Working out before is fine, but please rinse before coming in for your appointment. It is best to wait 12-24 hours after sugaring to work out, as your follicles are open. Sweat and dirt can add to skin irritation.
Yes. If you use a tampon, we can do Brazilians or the bikini area, but please be aware that some women experience more sensitivity during their treatment.
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(includes a complimentary exfoliating brush with after-care instructions and a Loyalty Card. After 5 punches, get $10.00 off the 6th Brazilian, averaging less than $65.00 a session after your first card is completed.)
|Brazilian, Half legs and Underarms (add $10 First Time)||$110|
|Brazilian, Half legs (add $10 First Time)||$100|
|Brazilian, Full legs (add $10 First Time)||$120|
|Brazilian, Full legs and Underarm (add $10 First Time)||$130|
|Brazilian and Underarms (add $10 First Time)||$80|
|Brazilian Full Body (add $10 First Time)||$150|
|Bikini with Trim||$45|
|Mans Back & Chest||$75-100|
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