After doing some research, I came up with a way to do your own at-home waxing for hair removal. I read other blogs and watched a few You Tube videos and the recipe is simple, familiar, all natural and more important, effective:
Here are some before and after bikini wax pics.
I am not claiming ownership to this recipe! Similar recipes are all over the internet! This is just MY personal testimony to DIY hair removal sugar wax, what I used to make my own wax and the steps I took to prepare and use it.
Steps To A DIY Sugar Wax
When you take it out, it will be liquified. It WILL be too hot for you to put on your skin for any hair removal!!!!
Run an once or two of cold water over the hot wax and keep mixing until it’s warm but cool enough to put on your skin. This may take 10-20 minutes for it to cool down for use. It will turn to the consistency of light taffy. This step is CRUCIAL to avoid burning yourself. I know you’re anxiety to get your hair removal on, but it’s not worth burning yourself.
When it is warm but still comfortable to touch, it will be stretchy and kinda messy but it will work!
Stretch it across the desired area for hair removal and pull off quickly. It might hurt but it will work!!!! Or stretch it out across the desired area, let it sit on the area for a few seconds then pull off quickly!
I tried it on my bikini line and it was my first ever bikini wax! It hurt a little but it WORKED!!!!
If you’re are a punk to pain (Like myself!) get some numbing cream for your skin before using the wax. I didn’t have any on me when I did it on my bikini line! You should be able to find such creams at a Rite Aid or Walgreens.
The stretchy wax can be used over and over again. But once it cools off completely, you may have to reheat it again.