Sugaring vs. Waxing

Fads come and go, which is why sugar waxing isn’t exactly a fad: the sugar, water, and lemon serum has been in use since before it did wonders for Cleopatra’s eyebrows. But waxing isn’t a fad either. Yet both leave your skin silky smooth. Which one would you go with?

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Thank you for sharing.

Winn Adams
Winn Adams2 years ago


Tim C.
Tim C.2 years ago


Alan B.
Alan B.3 years ago

Ladies,perfectly natural IS BEAUTIFUL!

Lupe G.
Lupe G.3 years ago

I don't know that this will work for me; I prefer natural all the way & will try it, but after shaving since jr. high for swim team, I think I'm almost considering electrolosis! : S

Rosette Reyes
Rosette Reyes3 years ago

although it is tempting to try sugaring, i haven't tried it since i am afraid i wouldn't wax it like the pros usually do...

Sheri P.
Sheri P.3 years ago

thanks for the info. i've always wondered what the differences were between sugaring and waxing.

Amanda M.
Amanda M.3 years ago

After years of trying every method of hair removal possible short of laser or electrolysis (which I can't afford) and only being smooth for anywhere from less than 12 hours (shaving) to only two weeks (waxing) and suffering a monster rash ("hypoallergenic" depilatory cream), I came to the conclusion that if Mother Nature wanted us to be bald from the thighs down, She would've made sure we stayed that way in the first place!

Julie H.
Julie Hoffman3 years ago

I tried this it didn't work.

Nirvana Jaganath
Nirvana Jaganath3 years ago

Tried sugaring once... much less painful than waxing