You’ll Never Shave Or Wax After Trying This Natural Sugar Paste. So Simple And It Works!
Sugar waxing is an old natural method of removing unwanted hairs on the body. Gentle for the skin, and causes less pain and irritation compared to waxing with ordinary wax. Sugar wax mixture is prepared from sugar, water and lemon juice, and can be used as a sugar paste or gel.
Lots of women – and some men – shave their legs on a regular basis, but it becomes a tedious task when repeated day in and day out. Even if you only shave a few times a week it still takes up precious time.
Before long all that hair is back – but not anymore thanks to this easy-to-use “sugar paste depilation” hair removal technique!
While their are tons of alternatives to shaving, most contain harmful chemicals that are really bad for your skin. This simple technique only uses three ingredients: sugar, lemon and water.
The difference is that the sugar paste fibers are disposed in the direction of their growth, and sugar gel in the opposite direction (the same as in ordinary hair removal wax).
How To Prepare:
- Start out your sugar paste hair removal journey by combining 1/4 cup of fresh lemon juice, 1/4 cup of water and 2 cups of sugar. After that Stir and Turn on High Heat.
- Later when it starts to get golden in color turn off heat and take a spoon full of wax and put it in the fridge to test consistency.
- If it’s still too runny or sticky you can bring back again to medium-low heat for about 3-4 more minutes and test again ( However, be aware, you don’t want it to burn because it will totally solidify when cooled).
- In the end, pour into a bowl and allow to cool for about 30 – 40 minutes.
- Dry the skin then apply the separated parts of the sugar paste. Make sure to apply it in the opposite direction of the hair growth. Then just pull the pieces of paste off your leg and you’re all done!
- This process is a little painful but compared to waxing it is a breeze and the best part is that after a few sessions of this the hair will start to grow back thinner and softer until it pretty much doesn’t come back at all.