Know the skin you're in.

Types of Hair Removal

Our sugaring technique moulds hair against the direction of hair growth. Once it has melted by the temperature of your body, hair is extracted by flicking off the sugar paste in the direction the hair grows.

Know Your Skin Normal Follicle Hair Removal Diagram

Normal Follicle

Know Your Skin Razor Hair Removal Diagram


Know Your Skin Depilatory Cream Hair Removal Diagram

Depilatory Cream

Know Your Skin Wax Hair Removal Diagram


Know Your Skin Sugaring Hair Removal Diagram





Natural Ingredients

Applied in opposite direction of hair growth

Removed in same direction as hair growth

Minimum hair length 1/16”

Water soluble for easy clean-up

Bacteria does not breed or survive in natural sugar, making it naturally hygienic

Fully removes hair papilla

Contains artificial ingredients including resins and chemicals

Applied in same direction as hair growth

Removed in opposite direction of hair growth

Minimum hair length ¼”

Requires special oils or lotions to remove excess wax

Artificial wax, and wax warmers are breeding grounds for bacteria

Does not remove hair papilla

Growth Cycles Matter

Every hair goes through four stages during its life cycle: growth, transition, rest and shedding.

Hair can be different lengths for every individual and every area of their body. Your cycle is dependent on hormones, genetics, lifestyle and hair-related medical conditions. Understanding your body and your hair growth cycle will help you attain the best hair removal and skin care results.

Phase 1

Anagen (Active Growth)

The anagen stage of hair growth is the best time to remove hair. During this phase, the cells in the root of the hair are dividing rapidly, and the hair is growing. The papilla, (a knoblike vascular indentation of the bottom of the hair follicle on which the hair bulb fits) is attached to the hair during this stage of growth. When your sugar is applied against the direction of natural growth and removed in the same direction it grows, it leaves the follicle entirely empty and forces the growth to begin anew. Though follicles can recreate themselves, this forced ‘emptying’ of the follicle during this stage weakens the follicle and results in thinner finer regrowth. Consistently removing your hair during this phase will cause the hair follicles to go dormant, but it does not destroy the hair follicle.

Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4

* Results may vary from person to person.

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