Waxing & Sugaring


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WOMEN’S BIOEPILATION - The difference between sugar depilation and waxing is in deeper penetration. The “powers” of the wax end on the surface of the hair, and the sugar glaze penetrates the very sheath of the follicles. Wax removes hairs of 5 mm, and sugar depilates hairs with a length of 2 mm. Another difference is in the heating temperature. The temperature of the wax is 40°C, and the sugar is heated to 37°C. A slight difference of 3 degrees makes it possible to apply sugaring even with varicose veins. Sugar is removed in the direction of hair growth, so it is considered a less painful procedure. A common feature of these types of hair removal is no ingrown hair appearing after shaving. Professionally performed sugaring eliminates this unaesthetic problem.