Mandisa Sugar Paste
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Imagine running your hand along a smooth, soft silk sheet. It's so soft you can't help it, you have to slide your hand across it again. Now imagine that soft silky sheet isn't a sheet, but your leg. Stop imagining now because that feeling is achievable with Body Sugaring.
While we can all appreciate what technology has done for us and we can't imagine a world without it, sometimes, especially when it comes to products we are putting on our body, taking a step back in time is the best option. Sugaring is one of the oldest forms of hair removal and is still one of the best to this day. While technology has taken over with some sugar pastes we know the results just aren't the same. All Sugar Me Bare sugar pastes are made with Organic Cane Sugar instead of sucrose or refined white sugar to reduce any possible reactions. We also include Chamomile to soothe your skin as you go.
Combine with our Sahara Drying powder and Nile Calming Mist for a natural hair removal routine that you will actually look forward to and leave you wondering why you didn't start sooner.
Mandisa is a very soft sugar paste designed for those who don't want to learn the sugaring technique or just like to use traditional wax with strips but want a healthier, natural option. Mandisa is best suited for fine to medium hair. If you have very coarse hair you may want to try starting with Safiya and when your hair becomes finer you can make the switch to Mandisa. Mandisa can be used slightly warmed or straight from the jar.
- Made with Organic Cane Sugar to reduce irritations
- Chamomile soothes the skin as the sugar paste is applied
- Safe for all skin types, Safe for the Environment
- One tree planted with every purchase
Comes complete with a washable plastic applicator, reusable strips and paste.
*When warming the sugar please note it should not be heated until hot! Hot sugar will burn your skin. Sugar Paste is meant to be heated very slightly to make it a bit more pliable. If it is still firm when you try to take it out of the jar, that is the consistency you are looking for. If the sugar is thin and runny this is far too hot, please do not touch it, wait for it to cool down.