ItalWax Water Soluble Sugar Paste – Strong. Sugar Paste Strong is a medium density paste. Created for work in warm premises, created for waxing of those parts of the body, where the skin surface temperature can be high and in cases the client is sweating intensively (Brazilian and armpit waxing). Beauticians with warm hands might find Strong Sugar Paste more suitable for themselves.
ItalWax Sugar Paste is 100% natural product. Nothing extra, only water, sugar, and cornstarch. It is transparent in color, which simplifies beautician9s work. ItalWax sugar paste does not contain citric acid, which often causes allergy reactions and skin irritation. All types of ItalWax Sugar paste, except Ultra Soft, are created for professional manual technique. Many sugar waxing specialists prefer to mix different types of sugar in order to find it9s perfect consistency for each client. Sugar waxing in manual technique provides light massage and peeling effect. The hairs are removed in the direction of the growth, which reduces the possible chance ingrown hair appearance.
Main rules for working with Sugar Paste ItalWax:
Attention! Execution of sugar waxing procedure requires special skills! ONLY FOR PROFESSIONAL USE!
- Sugar Paste is always applied against the direction of the hair growth and removed in the direction of the hair growth, parallel to the skin.
- During sugar paste application, the movements should be soft and gentle.
- During sugar paste removal, the movements should always be sharp and fast.
- Prior to sugar removal, the skin on the treated area must be held taut. This helps to avoid sugar “sticking” and reduces pain.
- After sugar paste removal, always touch the skin surface with the free hand, this neutralizes and diffuses the pain (“anti-stress” movement).
- Do not treat the same area more than three times in order to avoid skin damage.
- Do not treat skin areas with obvious skin damage or neoplasms of the skin.
- After the procedure, remove the sugar residues with warm water or wet cloth.
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