The history of sugaring return back to the Ancient Egyptian art of body sugaring is a method of hair removal practiced in ancient Egypt by using honey and sugar the women of Egypt considered a hairless body to be the standard of beauty.
Waxing with sugar in Egypt is called HALLAWA and sugaring has been considered over centuries as the preferred method of hair removal in many different cultures. It is still customary that when an Egyptian girl is ready to marry, she is sugared all over her body.
With prolonged treatment the hairs will become softer, sparser and weaker. Therefore, Sugaring as a method of removing hair will be much less painful if treatment is continued.
Cleopatra Body sugaring is water soluble meaning you can easily clean any residue with plain water unlike regular wax. You will never have a left over sticky or tacky residue.
Hair can be removed at less than 3 mm – 1/8th of an inch as opposed to waxing which requires 6mm – 1/4th inch re-growth.
Sugaring is pulled off in the same direction of hair growth opposite to the waxing which is against the direction of hair growth so that’s make sugaring less painful and more effective