The history of body sugaring dates back to the ancient Egyptians. Inspired by Alexander the Great, the women of Alexandria considered a hairless body to be the standard of beauty, youth and innocence.

Who is sugaring for?
Everyone! - Men, women, athletes, cyclists, swimmers, dancers; anyone who desires to be hair free

What is sugaring?
Sugaring is an all natural form of hair removal. Using only water and sugar, it is so safe you can eat it (the product I use has Manuka honey in it).

The sugaring method removes hair in the natural direction of hair growth. This causes less irritation, pain and breakage, which leads to fewer ingrown hairs. This process is a great exfoliator for dry skin too! Sugar paste does not stick to the skin, which makes this hair removal alternative less painful and less irritating.

The sugar solution is applied at body temperature so your skin will not burn. Sugar does not stick to live skin cells. It removes hair and dead skin cells with little or no discomfort to the skin.

Sugar is more sanitary. Bacteria will not breed in sugar - No double dipping - No cross contamination.

Sugar stays pliable: supporting the hair and removing it cleanly with less breakage or re-growth than waxing hair.

Since sugar is so simple, it can easily be cleaned up with water leaving no residual sticky feeling.