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- Exfoliate the skin a minimum of two days before the appointment.

Do not exfoliate the day before the day of or the day after.

- Do not moisturize by putting creams or lotions on the areas that will be

receiving treatment.

- Do not apply deodorant if getting underarms sugared.

- For best result, hair should be at least a 1/4of an inch long if you currently ...

- Razor/ Shave - Allow of least 10-14 days of regrowth before getting sugared.

- Wax-Allow 4 weeks of regrowth before getting sugared.

- sugar - 4-6 weeks of regrowth


I highly recommend that men bring a clean cotton t-shirt and gym shorts and

women wear sundresses and baggy comfortable clothing to their appointments.


- 24 hours after sugaring treatment, you should AVOID the following:

- Do not apply scented lotions or creams

- Do not exfoliate the skin for 48 hours after treatment

- Deodorant ( if you had underarms sugared

- Heat ( including saunas, steam rooms, and hot yoga studios)

- Direct sunlight, tanning beds and infrared lights

- working out (skip the gym for the day)

- water (pool, beach, lakes, etc.)

- Makeup ( If you had any facial sugaring)

- Sexual Activity of any kind.

- Any friction ( Touching, scratching, or rubbing the treatment area)

*It is very important to exfoliate and hydrate your skin. Start exfoliating the skin.

2 days after the sugaring treatment and then 2-3 days a week. To exfoliate you can use exfoliating gloves and move in a up and down motion. For the more sensitive areas like the bikini or Brazilian. Exfoliate for 3-5 minutes in the shower, in order to keep skin hydrated, use Healing Oil or Hydration Serum nightly. When you being sugaring you can no longer use razors, get regular waxes or use any other hair removal treatments. This defeats the purpose of and decreases the benefits of body sugaring.


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