The astonishing truth about
Body Sugaring at home
Instead of shaving, waxing, Nair, epilation, electrolysis...choose to sugar!
What other method of hair removal offers you:
- being kind to the environment
- derived from nature ingredients
- being the kindest option for your skin
- AND gentler than waxing?
This is a method of extracting hairs BY THE FOLLICLE. That's the ENTIRE hair from the "root" as some call it. It's less painful than traditional waxing, less expensive, 100% organic, safe and effective at diminishing hair growth.
Sugar hair removal is not just the ☆☆☆☆☆ star celeb of my small business, it also fits my lifestyle of trying to live a green, healthy, chemical-free, holistic, organic, NONGMO homesteading life in the country. We live on a rural farmhouse built in 1903 in TN, hunt, and grow veggies, herbs, flowers all for our diet, personal care, hygiene and medicinal, of course. Living off the land is our way of respecting Mother Nature and her bounty and being eco-friendly.
There are so many benefits to sugaring it still amazes me! No Shave November? Paaashaaww!! I laugh. Bahhahaahaha! I haven't shaved in years!
I haven't waxed, shaved, had ingrown hairs, had sensitive skin, razor burn, or stubble. Yep! Like when you get out of the shower after shaving and you get the goosebumps... that's always a joy! *looks around** Crickets...* y'all know what I'm talking about! It feels like you didn't shave at all! I don't get that with sugaring.
My skin is petal soft without:
- Picking up a razor (Um..non-degradable waste)
- Using chemically concocted shaving creams
- Even ones that literally chemically burn the hairs off of your skin
- or going to a salon! $$$$$
Sorry, pros, but in my own humble opinion, it's true ~ I realize not everyone will agree with me on this point~. I could not fathom spending $60 every two to three weeks to bear the pain of waxing. It's like masochism of some sort.
You don't HAVE TO
- Deal with the daily CHORE of shaving
- Deal with the itchy, dry skin, and bumps from shaving
- Deal with Ingrown hairs!
- Deal with knicks from razors
- Deal with red, irritated skin reacting to chemicals in some waxes and most creams
Who would prefer any of them?
Let's face it, shaving sucks. Waxing is expensive. Depilatory creams are scary.
The products go into landfills and typically have weird ingredients that you can't pronounce. I shudder to think of where all my old razor heads are now. I learned how to sugar about two years ago via research and experimentation and thought to myself,