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Sugaring Paste

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15,40 €

Take a walnut sized piece of paste and roll it between the hands into a small ball. Then knead lightly between your fingers until it becomes like a chewing gum and changes colour. Apply with fingers to the desired area, against the direction of hair growth. Pull paste sharply in direction of hair growth while holding skin firmly with your other hand. 

When you remove the layer, roll the same paste once again into a ball and reapply it to the desired area to capture even the finest of hairs. This could be tricky at first so make sure you apply a thin layer of sugaring paste for it will make your sugaring easier. When the paste becomes too soft to flick it off, then either wash off with water or continue the epilation using cotton strips. 

If the paste is too hard just work it in your hands for a minute or less or warm it up by putting the container into a bowl with warm water for a couple of minutes. If it is too soft place it in refrigerator. For ideal results the skin needs to be clean and dry without prior use of body lotions or creams. Apply a light dusting of baby powder, especially if the paste doesn't adhere properly to the hair or if you tend to sweat. This way, the paste will grasp the hair better and stick less to the skin. 

If at the first attempt you don't succeed in achieving the correct consistency of the paste and you can't roll it into a ball, you will need wax strips. You can either buy the pre-cut wax strips or make your own using old linens or cotton cloths (they are equally efficient and you can cut them to the desired size). 

Use a wooden stick to apply the paste to the desired area. Do this in the opposite direction of the hair growth, cover it with a strip and press it on firmly. Pull off the strip in one swift motion in the direction of the hair growth. You can use the same strip a couple of times. 

Advantages: the sugaring paste is 100% natural and preservative-free and won't cause allergic reaction. It is ideal for people with sensitive skin or varicose veins. 

Note that the direction in which the paste is applied and the strips are ripped off is the inverse of using wax. This alternative way only works well with sugaring and is one of the things that prevents those nasty ingrown hairs. 

Also, the epilation causes less pain than wax and the paste will provide a soft exfoliation leaving the skin silky smooth and soft, causing no unsightly red bumps.  

This ancient Egyptian method of hair removal is known as one of the least painful and most effective hair removal methods. To prevent skin irritation that may crop up later use our lavender flower water. 

  • Brown sugar, lavender hydrolat, lavender honey, lemon juice, lavender essential oil and tea tree essential oil

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