Body hair removal - a natural way to remove hair

Body sugaring uses sugar and the right technique to gently remove not only hair but also dead skin cells. The result is healthy, hairless and soft skin. Sugaring is suitable for all types of hair and skin.

  • Sugar is 100% natural and does not contain any common allergenic substances. Nor has it been tested on animals.
  • Sugar can be used to remove very short hairs, up to less than 2 mm long.
  • In sugaring, hair is removed in the direction of hair growth, so the hair does not break off and the skin stays hairless for longer.
  • Sugar does not adhere to living skin cells, which is why sugaring is a safe and gentle way to remove hair from intimate areas.
  • Sugaring is hygienic.
  • Sugaring is much more effective than waxing in reducing and weakening the hair.

Please note: Do not exfoliate the day before, on the day of or the day after the sugaring treatment.

Preparing for sugaring

The first time you come to a sugaring session, the hair should be 0.5-1 cm long so that it comes off easily. Shearing should be at least 14 days before entering the sugaring area. With regular sugaring, even shorter hairs will start to fall out.

Applying the sugar paste to long hair can feel more uncomfortable and “stifling”, but long hair can be shortened in the salon first if necessary. Your skin is cleansed by a beautician before the sugaring, so there’s no need to do anything to prepare for the sugaring – other than growing a little hair. Exfoliating the skin the day before sugaring is not recommended. It is recommended to avoid using very oily or greasy products in the treatment area just before coming in for treatment, as this can make it slightly more difficult for the sugar to stick to the hair.

Here's how to prepare:
  • Do not remove the hair before treatment, the hair should be 0.5 - 1 cm long.
  • There is no need to grow the hairs really long for sugaring.
  • Do not exfoliate the area to be sugared for 24 hours before treatment.
  • Avoid using particularly oily products on the area to be treated just before the treatment.
  • Before Brazilian sugaring, you should visit our shop for a wash

Contra-indications to sugaring, we do not recommend sugaring if:

  • The age limit for Brazilian sugaring is 18 years.
  • Your skin is really broken in the area to be sugared
  • You have painful or uncomfortable enlarged varicose veins in the area to be sugared
  • You have new scars on the shoulder to be treated. The scar should be allowed to heal before sugaring.
  • Your skin is sunburned in the area to be sugared.
  • If you have warts in the area to be treated, sugaring them will be avoided to prevent them from spreading.
  • You have large bruises in the area to be sugared.
  • You have reticulated beard growth, some men have a reticulated root system in the beard area (the roots are together under the skin), this could lead to hair follicle rupture and inflammation under sugaring. Beard sugaring can first be tried on a small area to see if the beard roots have fused.
  • You have foals in the area to be treated.
  • You are taking Retin-A medication , Retinol treatment or medication, or Roaccutane. After strong courses of acne medication such as isotretinoin and roaccutane, you should wait 6 months before sugaring to allow the skin time to fully recover.

Pregnancy / Breastfeeding & Beauty Care

Hormonal changes during pregnancy and breastfeeding can affect skin, eyelashes, nails, eyebrows, etc., so any treatment during pregnancy and breastfeeding is the client’s own decision and therefore the client’s responsibility.

Home care guidelines for diabetes
  • The skin must not be exfoliated the day before, the day of or the day after sugaring.
  • It is best to avoid sports and saunas for 12 hours.
  • After sugaring the cilia, avoid using deodorant for 12 hours.
  • After sugaring the facial area, avoid blocking make-up for 12 hours.
  • Exfoliate 2 times a week and moisturise daily to allow hair to grow back normally
  • Remember to protect your skin from the sun on the days after sugaring. The beautician will also moisturise your skin with a soothing cream to protect sensitive skin.
  • Reddening of the skin after sugaring is perfectly normal. If your skin becomes very red after sugaring, avoid wearing tight, abrasive clothing, heat such as hot baths, tanning beds or sunbathing, or scraping or rubbing the skin immediately after the treatment.