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Sugaring vs Waxing

Sugaring and waxing are two similar ways to remove unwanted body hair. As there are many flavors of wax, there are various brands and flavors of sugar as well. Both sugaring and waxing accomplish the job of pulling out many hairs in one second compared to using tweezers or an Epilady that only remove 1 or a few hairs at a time.

Although sugaring and waxing are similar in many ways, there are differences that make sugaring the best choice.


  • More gentle on the skin.
  • Less hair breakage.
  • No chemicals or dyes.
  • Natural ingredients.
  • Compostable.
  • Less down time after.
  • Loosens the hair before pulling it out.
  • Water soluble: easy to get off your skin.
  • Easy to remove off surfaces and clothing.
  • Very little chance of burning.
  • Less painful.
  • Longer results.
  • Smoother skin.
These are only some of the benefits of sugar versus wax. There are more reasons that a salon owner is better off putting sugaring on their menu over waxing.
  • Sugaring uses less product per client.
  • Sugaring takes less time with perfected technique and the right product.
  • Higher client retention.
  • Higher client loyalty.
  • Less liability.
  • Less damage to flooring, walls and furniture.
Although waxing does the job, sugaring is a much cleaner and safer way to get the job done. More estheticians and salon owners are discovering how sugaring is ideal for removing unwanted hair. Sugaring can be done on all the areas of the body and face. It is definitely the best method for doing Brazilians, especially for men.
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