Pour Some Sugar On…..

Your legs.  Your brows. Your bikini line. Your under arms. Your upper lip. Your  back, your chest, your butt….wait… your….butt?


That’s right, we’re talking about body waxing.  Do you look forward to your next wax appointment?  If you’re like most, it doesn’t seem to matter how many times you have it done, waxing is never a “feel good” experience, but more like a necessary evil. The hot dripping goo being pressed into your skin with sheets of fabric, then ripped off with the speed of light and strength of an arm wrestler. It sure is painful to maintain that clean fresh look by getting waxed.  Wax on, wax off!  The skin turns red, becomes irritated and swells.  But you suck it up every 6 weeks, because, well, beauty takes pains, right?  You tough it out, then wait for that new growth to pop out and be long enough to yank away again.  And again.  And again.

Have you ever thought about what waxing actually does to the skin? Waxing pulls off layers of live skin if not properly administered.  The unhealthier your skin is (meaning having dead skin layers) the “safer” it will be for you to wax.  That just doesn’t seem right, now does it?  Don’t we want our skin to be able to breathe?  But, if you go in for a wax after you’ve exfoliated, you will be in for a world of hurt. Imagine that hot wax being dropped onto your freshly opened pores.  In fact, waxing is the exact opposite of the idea of healthy exfoliation, it leaves a residue that clogs the pores.  If some of the hairs don’t pull out in a particular section of waxing, you’re really not supposed to re-wax over that spot because of potential skin damage.  So, if you look at the big picture, you have to let your skin become clogged up with layers of dead skin to wax.  Then you have to endure the painful process, which may or may not be completely thorough, followed by swelled red skin for a period of time. Waxing isn’t capable of keeping up with a normal healthy skin schedule—plus you have to wait between treatments.

Well what if there was a way to lose that unwanted hair completely and have the process be pain free?

There is, it’s called Sugaring.  A new technology born from an ancient Egyptian process. Sugaring is a natural, and healthy alternative to traditional waxing.  The ingredients are simple; mainly sugar and water.  The product is applied by hand at room temperature, and not with a spatula.  No strips are used to remove the product, it is removed by hand as well.  The sugar can be left on the skin without worry.  It can be removed from unintended areas simply by wetting.  And it’s not a hot mess of hurtful, sticky, hardening goo.sugar1

Ladies and Gents, Sugaring can remove any body hair at any length, any time.  What that means is you don’t have to wait for a retouch.  If you schedule a sugaring every few weeks, you will have continuously clean ‘hair free’ skin that is also exfoliated and healthy.  An added bonus to consider–the treated areas will require less and less attention over time, slowly becoming permanently hair free. Permanently loose the uni-brow or stash? OH my!

The key is to have your Sugaring done by a licensed, qualified professional.  They will be equipped with an entire skin care product line and extremely precise manufacturing process.  They follow a strict protocol to ensure your treatment is safe and sanitary and you have a positive experience. They are highly skilled in skincare, and are experts in technique, modalities, and identifying ideal candidates for the process.

So go ahead and pour some sugar on YOU!

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With a lifetime of experience in the outdoors, one of my biggest joys is to share my passion for adventure with others. After spending decades in suits and buildings, I found a way to combine the office and the outdoors in a way that optimizes positive results. There is a clearly defined correlation between nature, sensory contact, and high impact performance.

I am recognized as a change agent, who inspires people to allow their dreams to become reality through group and individual experiential settings. But perhaps the best gift I can bring to the table is my passion for your wellbeing. I enjoy coaching and training others to achieve their personal and professional goals, focusing on health, wellness wholeness, and limitless possibilities. Everything starts with the self; and is unique to each person. Simply tuning into the breath, mindfulness, and gentle movement for starters. Whenever I can, we take the work outside.

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  1. I don’t wax…I’m an old fashion girl still using a razor. The sugaring….that does sound interesting…..

  2. Interesting. I don’t mind getting waxed but I wouldn’t say I love it 🙂

  3. Wow- never heard of that before. I will definitely check that out. I hate the waxing and what it does to my skin afterward. Thanks for the tip!

  4. I think I will stick to staying hairy–it certainly took long enough for my chest hair to come in!

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