DIY Sugar Wax

Hi guys! How are you doin? 😊 Today is Friday which means update time!xD I will be sharing to you the sugar wax mixture. For the past weeks ive been googling about Β a safe body hair removal products, that’s how i get across with a lot of tutorials about this sugaring wax. I find it a lot cheaper and at a top of that it is freely available in our kitchens! πŸ‘ Yey! win-win situation! 😊 Okay, so let’s get started!

For this you will be needing:

β€’ Β 1 cup White Sugar

β€’ Β half cup of Water

β€’ Β Lemon/kalamansi juice if you are using the big yellow, one piece will do, if you are using kalamansi you need 8 pieces.

β€’ 3 tbsp of Honey

Here’s the procedure:

Step 1:

In a pan put all the ingredients together don’t mix it yet. Adjust your stove on a very low heat. Let it bring to a boil in the first 5 minutes. It will looks like this

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Please do remember that the thicker the sauce pan the better, because if you boil it into a thinner pan it will easily get burned. It happens to me a lot before, the first time i made it was a fail as well as the second time.xD When i put it into the container it turns so hard like stone! πŸ˜‚ and so i end up throwing it away~ πŸ˜₯ My purpose of adding honey into the mixture is i guess it helps the mixture not to solidify, so the mixture will not become a super hard like a rock! πŸ˜‚ I didn’t put honey on the first and second time i made it. Β I just wasted a lot of sugar!xD

Step 2:

This is the point that you need to mix it continuously. If the mixture shows a lot of bubbles just mix it. It will looks like this:

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Mix mix mix 😊

Step 3:

Check the consistency, if it’s a bit watery you can always add sugar, if it’s already thick, water test it to see if it’s ready. Here’s what you have to do, turn off the heat first then find a marble tiles surface, get a small drop of the mixture then wet it with water. Use your fingers to test it if it forms a sticky clay like consistancy then its ready It looks like this:

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You can also do the glass water test, you just need a glass of water and drop some of the mixture into the water and wait for it to form a clay like consistency use your fingers to test it.

Step 4:

Once it’s done it will looks like this:

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So glossy~ I don’t know if you guys can see it properly, it kinda looks like a honey. πŸ‘ then transfer it to your bottle container.

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When it cools down it’s ready to use! πŸ‘πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜˜

Of course you need some strips for this to work, pick some of your old cotton clothes and cut it into strips. πŸ‘ You can reuse it, by soaking it in water after using it. 😊

And then your done! πŸ˜‰

I love using this sugaring wax because it’s not as painful as the wax that is available in the stores, plus its more cheaper. πŸ‘

I don’t put mine in the fridge because i feel like it will sweat and ruin its consistency, I just store it in a room temperature.

PROS:

β€’ Cheap

β€’ Wide range of availability

β€’ Easy to make

β€’ More safer and its not so painful to use. πŸ‘

β€’ Effective on thick hairs. (When waxing be careful because your desired area might bleed sometimes.)

CONS:

β€’ Ineffective on baby hairs~ yeah.. So sad πŸ˜₯about it but its not that bad.

β€’ Its hard to make it correctly in your first try, so you need to really be careful.xD But don’t worry i didn’t even get it correctly in my first and second try. LOL πŸ˜‚

Okay so that it for this post! Give this a try, I swear it will never hurt as hell! πŸ˜‚βœŒ

If you have some questions please feel free to comment down below, I will be happy to answer your questions! 😊

See you in my next post! 😘

zanenF

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