Port Orange, Lake Mary and Ormond Beach, Florida

Friends don't let friends wax.

Because sugaring is better.

sugar paste close up with gloved hand and mamabare tattoo

What is sugaring?

Sugaring is a method of hair removal that uses pure sugar paste. Sugar paste is made of sugar, lemon juice and water. Our specialists apply the sugar paste to your skin and as we gently manipulate it, it will remove the hair from your follicle.

sugar lemon and water

Sugaring vs Waxing

Know the Difference

Sugar paste is 100% natural. It's hypoallergenic and doesn't cause skin irritation. It's recommended for people with sensitive skin.

Wax is made of toxic chemicals and resins that are often irritating to sensitive areas or skin types.

Sugar paste isn't applied hot, it's room temperature and won't burn your skin.

Wax is heated to a high degree and can lead to burning & scarring.

With sugaring, there are NO INGROWN HAIRS. The hair is removed from the follicle in the natural direction of growth. 

The most common problem for waxers are ingrown hairs and early regrowth due to broken hairs. Waxing can leave 15% – 30% breakage.

Sugar paste can be cleaned up easily with water. It doesn't leave a residue on your skin.

Wax contains resins and requires chemical solvents to remove it.

Sugar cannot adhere to live skin cells.  It can be applied more than once to the same area. 

Wax can remove more than just your hair -- it can also remove your skin. Wax cannot be applied to the area more than once.

Sugaring requires less than 1/8 inch of hair (7-10 days growth after shaving).

Wax products require that you grow the hair out at least 1/3 inch. (2 – 3 weeks growth after shaving).

Sugaring Paste naturally helps control cross contamination along with the use of a new glove before every dip into the jar. Bacteria cannot breed in the tub of sugar.  
Cross contamination in a waxing room is always a danger, especially since bacteria will breed inside a tub of wax. Along with the increase risk of "spot-bleeding" that happens during the waxing procedure.
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Ready to try sugaring?

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If you're new, click over here to find out what to expect at your first visit.

 

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