Does Sugaring Work On Pubic Hair?
Sugaring is a fairly popular procedure. You can easily remove unwanted hair on any part of the body with sugar. The deep bikini zone is no exception.
What is the Difference between the Brazilian Bikini Sugaring from Waxing?
Brazilian Bikini Sugaring VS Brazilian Bikini Waxing
Many people believe that waxing and sugar paste are the same procedures that differ only in the paste itself. Which one is better or worse is difficult to say. Indeed, each individual is unique, and due to physiological and anatomical features, one of the methods may not be suitable.
But before you try these types of epilation, you must first understand their differences:
- Waxing takes less time than sugaring. This is due to the fact that with wax epilation, the treated area is much larger than with sugar.
- Sugaring paste is heated to body temperature. Because of this, the risk of burns is much lower than with wax, the heating of which must occur before the paste melts.
- The pain with sugaring is less due to the fact that hair removal is performed on a very small area.
- With the right technique of sugaring, the risk of hair ingrowth will be less than with waxing.
As a result, we can say that sugaring has become much more popular than wax epilation.
Advantages And Disadvantages of Performing Brazilian Bikini Sugaring
The technique for removing unwanted hair using sugar came from ancient Egypt. This method was used by Cleopatra herself. If sugaring was done in ancient times, then now it is quite easy to do. The risk of any injuries or burns during the process is highly unlikely. Even the smallest hairs with a length of 1/16 inch (3mm) - 1/4 inch (7mm) can be removed. Sugaring paste has a natural composition and therefore the risk of allergies is negligible.
But there are also disadvantages in this procedure:
- To prevent inflammation after sugaring, the epilated area should be protected as much as possible from microbes. It is recommended to avoid baths, swimming pools and saunas in the days following the procedure and avoid visiting the gym.
- For a few days after the sugaring, irritation may appear on the treated area. This is considered the norm and one should not be afraid of such a reaction of the body.
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Contraindications For Sugaring Brazilian Bikini
As with most procedures, sugaring has a number of contraindications for which the procedure is not recommended.
- If there is a wound, ulcer or burn on the area of skin to be epilated
- Fungal infection in the bikini area, as well as diseases such as eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis
- Allergy to a sugaring paste ingredient
- Varicose veins of the third or fourth degree or thrombosis
- Papilloma or birthmarks in the bikini area
- History of epilepsy