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Professional Training for Sugaring Hair Removal

By: nimmaco

Become a Sugaring Expert With Us

Body Sugaring is one of the most effective, and almost painless, forms of hair removal. Sugaring only adheres to hair and dead skin cells so there is less trauma and minimal discomfort while removing hair and exfoliating the skin in the process, which also improves skin texture and tone.

Sugaring is a key asset for your business, and training with Sugaring Cane UK & Ireland will ensure that you can differentiate your salon and services for profitable repeat customer business and further add to customer loyalty and satisfaction.

On Trend

Although Sugaring is a traditional technique, it is currently the leading trend across Europe and this modern revival is largely due to the excellent sugar pastes and skin products now available, together with modern techniques and professional training to ensure silky smooth skin for the whole body. 

Current TV hit shows such as Love Island, Ex On The Beach, and even Strictly Come Dancing have set the standards for fashionably toned, tanned and hair free looks, which are also fully endorsed by leading celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Penelope Cruz, Selma Hayek … and Jennifer Love Hewitt (check out her fun youtube video talking about vajazzling on Lopez Tonight!).

Sugaring is also further ‘on trend’ as it is a 100% totally natural product consisting of only sugar, water and lemon juice with no chemical additives, so it is fully compliant with modern eco and environmental standards, which is important to modern discerning customers.

Not all hair removal methods are alike.

There are a range of hair removal methods currently available.  Many are ‘expensive and intensive’ to perform and have variable reviews in terms of success rates and client satisfaction.  

It is also now generally accepted that waxing will break an estimated 30% of hairs during each session1 (the % will be higher with poor technique) and this will increase the incidence of ingrown hairs with visible hair re-growth apparent within days of treatment!   

A recent article published by JAMA Dermatology2 (Journal of the American Medical Association) has clearly endorsed Sugaring and encouraged Dermatologists to recommend Sugaring as a safe and effective method, especially for those with sensitive skin or unable to tolerate other more traumatic hair removal treatments.

Not all training methods are alike

The guiding philosophy at Sugaring Cane UK & Ireland is that “your success is our success”.

We seek to have a TOTAL FOCUS ON YOU, our client, to ensure that you will be able to learn the key skills required for Sugaring and to be successful, regardless of your business model and whether you are in a spa, salon, home-based or a mobile professional.

The methods and techniques pioneered and taught by the Sugaring Cane team are unique in ensuring silky smooth skin for the whole body, with a range of exceptional sugar pastes in different strengths which are beautifully enhanced by our total skin care range for skin preparation, maintenance and after-care.

Don’t forget that SUGARING IS A SKILL – many beauticians prefer waxing as it is easier to train and it is less challenging as part of a basic overall “wax on - wax off” approach. 

Sugaring is a skill which takes a little longer to master, but once you perfect your techniques you will have a clear advantage over other salons in your area, and YOU will be the trend setter with uniquely differentiated services for exceptional results and complete customer satisfaction. 

Our training is provided on a regional basis throughout the UK & Ireland, and we focus on providing a fully customised and personalised professional training for YOU.


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1Bickmore, 2004, Hair Removal Techniques – A Comprehensive Manual 

2Sugaring – Modern Revival of an Ancient Egyptian Technique for Hair Removal.

JAMA Dermatology  June 2016  Volume 152, Number 6