Sugaring is the next best hair removal trend. Like waxing, sugaring pulls the hair from the root. Unlike waxing products, however, sugaring is 100% natural. In fact, most sugaring products only contain lemon juice, sugar and water. This makes sugaring products suitable for all skin types but especially good for those with sensitive skin as there is less risk of irritation or skin inflammation!
How does it work? It gently removes hair right from the follicle by wrapping around the shaft of the hairs without sticking to the skin. Sugaring results are long-lasting, and increase after each time the procedure is carried out. Do it yourself at home or do some research and see if here are any salons in your local area that offer sugaring services.
We’ve rounded up 12 of the sugaring products you need in your life – to be used before, during or after your regular sugaring routine!
Anukis Sugaring Paste for hair removal is made in the UK, 100% natural and contains no harmful wax (that’s why we call it “paste”). They offer pastes for hair removal, strips and spatulas, soothing after-sprays and various starter kits for beginners.
Ingredients: Sucrose (Sugar), Aqua (Water), Citric Acid. 100% natural, 100% biodegradable and water soluble. Not tested on animals & suitable for vegans.
This sugaring hair removal paste improves circulation, exfoliates and hydrates – leaving your skin beautifully silky and glowing. They also offer sugaring kits, scrubs and facial sugaring products.
This sugar paste is 100% natural, does not cause allergies and also great for problem skin. Sugar paste means that there is less hair breaking and removes even the shortest of hairs from 3-4mm in length.
This French brand offer a variety of different pastes designed for various hair strengths and skin types. All of these pastes are made of natural ingredients and no nasty chemical additives.
Tweezers are great for helping to get out those hairs that just won’t come out or help free ingrown hairs that are close to the surface. It can also help your sugaring last for longer and help you to hold off from shaving in between procedures!
For After Sugaring:
It’s important to look after your skin after each sugaring procedure. This means exfoliating and scrubbing in order to prevent ingrown hairs.
To prevent ingrown hairs, do a dead sea salt soak within the first 24 to 48 hours of your sugaring.
These exfoliating scrub gloves will help you achieve smoother results when body buffing, leaving you silky soft from head to toe. It helps to stimulate and re-surface the skin.
This rich and indulgent scrub, made of walnut shell and enriched with almond oil, argan oil and rosehip, eliminates dead skin cells to restore your skin’s silky-softness and radiant glow.
Another sugary product we love! Soap & Glory’s Sugar Crush Body Scrub is made with brown sugar, sweet lime oil and almond oil with macadamia grains.
Massage this refreshing scrub into skin and wash off thoroughly for super-smooth gorgeousness! Bye-bye ingrown hairs!
It is also important to keep your skin moisturized in between your sugaring procedures as sugaring can dry out your skin. Natural oils and body butters work best.
Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Moisturizing Body Oil is a light oil especially formulated with pure Cocoa Butter enriched with Vitamin E to help soften and soothe dry skin.
This creamy oil is formulated with the goodness of finely-milled Colloidal Oatmeal and Sweet Almond Oil, both known for their moisturising properties.It combines the benefits of an oil with the convenience of a cream, helping to maintain the skin’s natural moisture level and prevent dry skin.