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How does SUKAR work?

The warm SUKAR sugar paste is gently applied onto cleansed, powdered skin. The paste clings to the hair so that when the paste is removed with a gentle flicking motion, the hair is also removed. The paste remains soft and pliable, so hair is removed completely from below the skin.

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Does it hurt to remove the hair?

While skin sensitivity varies, please remember that we are pulling hair from the skin. Most clients experience a slight tingling sensation, not unlike pulling a bandage from the skin. On areas with dense hair distribution, the sensation will be stronger. With regular, repeated treatment, the tingling sensation is minimal. Your specialist will speak with you about the best interval for your treatment.

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How long does the hair
removal last?

While skin sensitivity varies, please remember that we are pulling hair from the skin. Most clients experience a slight tingling sensation, not unlike pulling a bandage from the skin. On areas with dense hair distribution, the sensation will be stronger. With regular, repeated treatment, the tingling sensation is minimal. Your specialist will speak with you about the best interval for your treatment.

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Do I need to prepare my body
for hair removal treaments?

For your comfort, we recommend that you do not sunbathe or use a tanning bed for 4 to 6 hours prior to any SUKAR treatment. Avoid putting any moisturizers on the skin 24 hours before treatment. Also, some women find their skin is extra-sensitive when they are pre-menstrual.

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What should I do after my
hair removal treatment?

After treatment your skin will feel silky smooth and moisturized. Your skin will be a little sensitive to touch. We recommend you avoid fragranced soaps, deodorants and lotions for 4 to 6 hours after treatment. No chemically treated pools, hot tubs or excessive perspiration within the 1st 48 hours.

Following the recommended time after your treatment you may resume normal water-based product usage. We also suggest the daily use of a loofah or granular cleanser on the body to remove dead skin cells. This will leave your skin smooth and polished and will minimize any chance of ingrown hairs. This is particularly important in the bikini and underarm areas.

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Common reactions resulting from
any hair removal treatment.

  1. Increased blood flow to the area of hair removal may result in experiencing red itchy skin. Apply cool compresses for relief to the affected area.
     
  2. You may notice little red raised bumps. The friction of removing hair from its follicle causes this. The bumps will usually disappear within hours of treatment but may return when during a warm bath or shower.
     
  3. You may experience white bumps (particularly on the upper lip) after hair removal. Over-stimulation of the oil glands or bacteria may be the cause. Avoid touching the area. Do not apply additional products, including make-up.

    To speed healing apply a salt-water compress consisting of teaspoon of salt to cup warm water. Saturate cotton with salt water and hold to the affected area for 5 to 10 minutes. The salt will act as a catalyst and speed the natural healing process.

    For larger body areas, add cup Epsom salts to a warm tub. Soak for no longer than 15 minutes, so as not to dehydrate the skin.

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For answers to additional questions, please contact:

Jacki Dewar - 403-270-0058

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