So Natural You Can Eat It!

All Natural Sugar Wax Hair Removal

Sugar Me Bare is a Canadian Sugar Wax company that is all about natural, healthy skin. We've built a line of sugar wax products that not only remove hair, but are actually good for your skin. Our Sugar wax has ingredients that you can actually eat! Specially formulated with just four natural ingredients: organic cane sugar, lemon juice, water, and chamomile.


Coarse hair or fine hair, warm body or cold, warm humid climate or cold dry one, there is a sugar wax for everyone.

Spread, Overlap, Flick

Sugaring is a hair removal technique alternative to traditional waxing, it is safe, natural and good for your skin!
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We’re dedicated to raising awareness and donating a portion of our profits to great causes and organization that make a difference

Why Sugaring?

Sugar paste used for hair removal was originally developed by the Egyptians many centuries ago. The paste is created from a recipe of all-natural ingredients including sugar, water lemon and chamomile. ​ Body sugaring is designed to gently and efficiently remove hair from all body parts and skin types. It is the safest and most superior hair removal technique as it removes the hair from the root while exfoliating the skin, leaving the skin with a clean healthy glow. With regular treatments you will ultimately notice less hair return to the treated area, offering permanent results.

From The Blog

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Sugar for Waxing?

Go from hairy to smooth and silky using sugar for wax? Do you need an alternative to shaving for hair removal? Sugar wax, also referred to as sugar paste, is used by estheticians from around the world and can now be used at home by you too!
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Wax On, Wax Off: Benefits of Sugar Waxing (Sugaring)

Wax On, Wax Off: Benefits of Sugar Waxing (Sugaring)

While the term sugar waxing or sugaring may sound like a marketing ploy dreamed up by cosmetic company to make a potentially painful procedure sound ‘oh so sweet!’, you may be pleased to know it actually refers to a beauty regime that is believed to be about 30,000 years old.
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