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Cirepril Sugar'Expert Depilatory Sugaring Paste - Medium 1kg

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Quantity: 35.27 oz (1 kg) Jar
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Sugaring is a more expert and gentle method of depilatory hair removal than using wax or waxing. The sugar paste ingredients include only sugar, water, and lemon juice.

  • Gentle hair removal
  • 100% natural and vegan
  • Ultra soft finish for the skin
  • Applied at room temperature
  • Semi-firm, golden sugar
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Benefits of Cirépil Sugar'Expert Body Sugaring Paste - Medium

Provide expert sugaring hair removal treatment with Cirepil's Sugar'Expert Depilatory Treatment products from Perron-Rigot, Paris. Sugaring uses a 100% natural, vegan sugar paste that provides a four-fold hair removal process.

  • It exfoliates dead skin cells
  • Its application is based on massage techniques
  • It provides gentle hair removal by uprooting the fibre
  • It moisturises the skin during treatment

Depilatory sugaring paste is applied at room temperature, so it's preferred over waxing for sensitive skin. It can be used on all skin types, on any area of the body.

What Sets Medium Sugar Apart?

Body sugaring pasts come in three types: soft, medium, and hard. Medium sugar is just that - neither runny nor hard. It is a semi-firm, amber coloured solid that becomes softer with body heat and manipulation. Sugaring pros might mix it with soft sugar for more flexibility, or with hard sugars to create a stiff, but still pliable consistency. Medium sugar is perfect for areas where hairs are deep rooted, like the underarms or bikini area. The grip on hairs is stronger than soft sugar, but not quite as tough as hard sugar.

What are the benefits of body sugaring?

  • Hypoallergenic
  • It is an excellent scrub that eliminates dead skin cells
  • Hair grows back less quickly
  • 90% fewer ingrown hairs
  • Ideal for people allergic to industrially manufactured skin products
  • Less skin irritation and outbreaks
  • Removes even very short hairs
  • Edible

Body sugaring, also known as sugar waxing or sugaring, is a method of hair removal that dates back centuries and is believed to have originated in ancient Egypt. It is a natural alternative to traditional waxing and involves using a sticky paste made from sugar, water, and lemon juice to remove unwanted body hair.

The history of body sugaring can be traced back to the times of Cleopatra in ancient Egypt. Egyptian women were known for their beauty rituals, and they used a mixture of sugar, water, and lemon juice to remove hair from their bodies. The paste was applied to the skin, allowed to dry, and then pulled off, taking the hair with it. It was a popular method of hair removal not only among Egyptian women but also among men.

Over time, the practice of body sugaring spread to other parts of the world, including the Middle East, where it became a common method of hair removal. In the Middle East, body sugaring was often performed by skilled practitioners known as "sugarists" who would use their hands to apply and remove the sugar paste.

In comparison to waxing, there are a few key differences when it comes to body sugaring:

  • Ingredients: The sugaring paste is made from natural ingredients such as sugar, water, and lemon juice. It does not contain any artificial additives or chemicals, making it a more natural and gentle option for hair removal. Wax, on the other hand, typically contains resins, additives, and sometimes artificial fragrances.
  • Application: Sugaring paste is applied against the direction of hair growth and removed in the direction of hair growth. This is different from waxing, where the wax is applied in the direction of hair growth and removed against the direction of hair growth. The difference in application allows for more effective hair removal with less discomfort.
  • Adherence: Sugaring paste adheres only to the hair and dead skin cells, not the live skin cells, minimizing the risk of skin irritation and reducing the likelihood of ingrown hairs. Wax, on the other hand, can adhere to the live skin cells, causing more pain and potential for skin irritation.
  • Cleanup: The sugaring paste used in body sugaring is water-soluble, which means it can be easily cleaned up with water. Wax, on the other hand, typically requires the use of oil or a special wax remover for cleanup.
  • Hair Length: Body sugaring can effectively remove hair as short as 1/16th of an inch, while waxing generally requires the hair to be at least 1/4th of an inch long for effective removal.

Today, body sugaring has gained popularity as a natural and less painful alternative to waxing. It is often practiced in spas, salons, and by trained professionals who specialize in sugaring techniques.

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