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Is Sugaring At Home Right For You?

Is Sugaring At Home Right For You?

If the pandemic forced you into finding an alternative solution to your waxing appointments, you are not alone.


Trips to pampering salons became impossible and many had to turn to at-home methods or even go back to shaving, 😱 scary! 


Some of the Covid-born DIY’s like making your own bread and self-massaging may be going by the wayside but at-home hair removal is kinda genius.


Especially, when you’re doing it with Sugar.


Other hair removal methods like waxing are difficult, messy and require all kinds of equipment and supplies to do at home. Not to mention that waxing is dreadfully painful.


This is why we created an at-home sugaring formula that is easy to use, so anyone can do it.


Hence, Glow Goop came in to save the day…or year!


The Glow Goop sugaring wax is an all-natural, biodegradable and non-toxic hair removal method that pulls hair from the follicle while exfoliating skin by removing dead skin cells. Where conventional wax grips your live skin cells and the hair causing unbearable pain, sugaring is virtually painless.


The application method is completely different from anything else you’ve experienced. There are no strips or spatulas involved and the sugaring wax is reusable!!!

That means that every lump of wax can be reused 8-10 times until the area is cleared.


Since so little goes such a long way, one jar of Glow Goop is good for about 6 months of hair removal, depending on how much ground you’re covering and how often you sugar.


Someone who is sugaring medium to coarse hair on their legs, bikini and underarms every month might need to replenish every 4 months. And someone who is only sugaring bikini, underarms, and upper lip might replenish every 2 years.


With each session the hair regrowth time will lengthen - because sugaring pulls the hair from the follicle, the hair will grow back weaker and slower.


There are some major differences between sugaring and waxing. 


How does the Glow Goop work?


First, all you need is the Goop itself - no tools, no strips, no other equipment is required. You really have to see it to believe it.

Next you need the right consistency. Since sugaring wax is applied at room temperature there’s no risk of burning your skin.


If the wax is hard, just pop it into the microwave for 10 seconds. If it’s runny or sticking to your fingers it's too warm. Try sticking it in the fridge for a minute or two.


Now if you really want to feel even better for trying sugaring out, it’s worth mentioning that sugaring is the only hair removal product that is truly 100% earth friendly.


We all have walked down the aisle at the store and been bombarded with green and eco-marketing, and it's hard to know what is real and what is not.


Sugaring is the real deal, the wax is completely biodegradable, meaning it can be returned to the earth without any harm. Since it is made up of simple and natural ingredients like sugar and water, you can use it and toss it right in your compost.


A guilt-free beauty product that is perfect for those who care about what they put on their skin and how that affects nature.


Our goal was to create a product that not only allowed people to remove their hair safely and easily at home but also to create a product that was not going to be contributing to societal waste.


All of our products, not just the Glow Goop, are packaged in glass or recyclable materials and are made with non-toxic ingredients that are safe for the whole family to use, especially those with sensitive skin.


When we say whole family we mean it! We have many mom customers who are buying for their kids as young as 9, because it’s really not painful and it’s really safe.


If you are looking for a more sustainable method of hair removal, a less painful method of hair removal or a method of hair removal that is better for your skin then sugaring is definitely for you!

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