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Shaved Legs

Before & After Sugaring

Pre Treatment

To get the best results, it is important to properly prepare for your sugaring service. Here are few steps you may want to consider to elevate your experience.
 

  • Exfoliate the area to be sugared the day before your appointment, to remove any excess dead skin cells.

  • Make sure you have not recently used any retinol or AHA products, as these can make the skin more sensitive to sugaring.

  • Avoid applying any creams, oils, and lotions to the area to be treated before your appointment.

  • Make sure the area to be sugared is clean and free of sweat, dirt, and debris.

  • Come to your appointment with the hair to be removed at least 1/4 inch long.

  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing to your appointment.

  • Relax! You're in good hands.

POST-APPOINTMENT INSTRUCTIONS FIRST 24-48 HOURS

After Appointment

  • avoid touching freshly sugared skin...we know it's so soft, it's hard not to...but your hands are dirty, so keep them off!

  • showers only... cool showers after sugaring is best. Avoid baths, pools and saunas; your hair follicles are very open and prone to breakouts from bacteria.

  • wait on the workout... allow 24 hours after your service before your next workout. Sweat and dirt can irritate those newly hair free follicles

  • cover up...  Wear a physical sun screen if you're going outside. Avoid sun tanning for at least 24 hours: skin will be more sensitive to uv rays 

  • don't shave...using a razor, tweezers or depilatory creams between body sugaring sessions will interfere with your goal to refine and diminish your hair growth and to have smooth skin, so just walk away

  • scrub away the dead skin! lightly exfoliate 3-4 days a week to help prevent ingrown hair & breakouts and to keep your skin in good condition between sugaring services.. 

  • healthy hydration...the best results are achieved with skin that is healthy. Regularly hydrating (and exfoliating) your skin with the correct moisturizer (water based) between sugaring treatments is just as important as receiving treatments. avoid lotions with silicone(ingredients ending in "cone"), perfumes & chemical irritants.

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