This is for everyone wanting their sugaring routine to be more effective.
Exfoliation helps remove any dry skin holding the hair down. The most effective way we have found to date to exfoliate, is to DRY BRUSH. It might be hard to see, but there is always some skin growth on and around the hair, which is in effect restricting extraction. By using a body brush on your skin, you limit the restriction, meaning more hair comes out.
Another reason to do dry body brushing in between treatments, is to prevent ingrowing hair. It will limit the skin holding around new growth, and help the hair break through the skin, without growing under it. It also limits the itchy sensation when new hair starts to break through the skin.
Dry brushing is more effective than using exfoliation products because it is used on the skin whilst dry. This makes it is easier to remove flaky/dry specks permanently, as opposed to wetting the skin first.
There is one specific type of a body brush we recommend. We have tried a couple so that you do not have to (it is like getting a recommendation from Which.co.uk). When you come to us for treatment be sure to ask us to show you this brush, and we think you might love it!
We believe it is a worthwhile practice to include dry brushing into your sugaring routine, but be sure not to do it 24 hours before, and 48 hours after sugaring.