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FAQ – Common Questions

* All clients must wash their hands upon arrival and after their appointment. Hand sanitizer is also provided at the entrance.

* All clients must wear a mask (homemade cloth or disposable).

* If you or anyone you have had contact with have had symptoms of COVID19 within the prior 14 days of your appointment, we will need to reschedule.

You should arrive at your appointment with clean skin, void of any lotions, deodorants or oils. Do NOT exfoliate the day prior or day of your appointment. Sugaring naturally exfoliates your skin during the treatment.

The general rule of thumb is 4-6 weeks. Treatments scheduled closer together result in faster hair refinement. Appointments will be scheduled based on your individual hair growth patterns and body part(s) treated.

Hair growth length needs to be at least 1/4” (minimum 14 days growth).

Any hair removal that removes the hair out of the root entails some level of pain! However, with regular sugaring the skin will become desensitized.

Many clients describe their sugaring experiences as less painful than waxing. Keep in mind that hair is being removed from the follicle at the root so the extraction is not completely sensation-free.

The answer is yes but only with parental consent and under parental supervision! The most popular service on younger girls are legs and underarms. ​Note: Sugar Me will NOT provide Brazilian services to anyone under the age of 18.

I can safely remove the vellus (peach fuzz) hair on the face. The face is one of the most delicate areas for hair extraction because this type of hair sits on the nerve endings. When the hair is removed it can (not always) set off an alarm in the nervous system resulting in a breakout the first 3 to 4 times you are sugared. If a breakout of pimples does occur your skin will eventually get used to the sugaring and the breakouts will diminish over time. A patch test at your consultation can be performed if you have had a previous experience that gives you any hesitation.

Back, chest and facial cheek and neck area. Again, your skin will get used to sugaring over time and the breakouts will eventually diminish, generally within 3 to 4 sugaring applications.

I suggest avoiding any activity that will cause you to excessively sweat (i.e. working out), as well as avoid tanning beds, public pools, hot tubs, hot showers, and direct sun for 24 hours as these activities can irritate the freshly sugared area.

Some women are more sensitive the week before and week of their time of the month so it is suggested to not schedule your appointments during these times. In saying this, some women do not experience any increase in sensitivity. Do what you think is right for your body.

Persons who are taking the following thin skinning medications should not get sugaring done for 3 months post treatment or will require a medical note from their dermatologist/doctor prior to sugaring: Accutane, Adapalene, Alustra, Avage, Avita, Differin, Isotretinion, Renova, Retin A, Tazarac, Tazarotene, Steroids, Blood Thinners

No facial sugaring if you’ve had a facial peel within the last 2 years

No sugaring for one year post laser skin resurfacing

No sugaring if you are suffering from an active inflammation of the cold sore/herpes virus, sugaring can exacerbate or spread the virus

No sugaring on sunburned, irritated skin or areas with open skin

No sugaring if you have used a tanning bed the same day

No leg sugaring if you have raised varicose veins