HUNGARY SUGARING SPA
HISTORY OF SUGARING
Sugaring is a method of hair removal that has been in use since 1900 BC. Sugaring is often compared to standard hair removal. During the process, a sugaring substrate sticks to and essentially room temperature of heated to a lukewarm temperature, minimizing the risk of burns. For this reason, sugaring is generally preferred over waxing when it comes to removing hair form larger areas of skin. However, this can sometimes be prevented by taking anti-histamine. Sugar itself is otherwise hypoallergenic.
Sugaring continues to be a popular hair removal method and can even be a healthier alternative to (resin-based) waxes. Sugaring is also known as sugar waxing of Persian waxing, and many people find that it is less painful than traditional waxing methods. A sugar based like BodyHonee is made with natural ingredients such as lemon juice, sugar and water. Unlike your typical, unnatural and resin-based waxing formulas, sugaring formulas are easy to clean up with warm water.
Sugaring is spreadable and can removed with a waxing strip and best of all – made with just natural ingredients and keeps you hair-free for several weeks! Having smooth, hair-free skin was long considered to be a standard of beauty in Ancient Egypt and many people living in the Western world still uphold this standard of beauty. Egyptian women created their own depilatory methods using a sticky concoction of oil and honey to remove unwanted hair from the root. This is what we know as “sugaring” today.
Sugaring hair removal is a convenient and safe alternative to waxing and electrolysis and continues to be one of the most effective ways to get rid of excess hair in both large and small areas for several weeks at a time.