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Professional Body Sugaring Training & Products

Learn the best and most cost effective way to remove hair! Sugar of the Nile is the leader of body sugaring and manufacturing.  Their customer service, education techniques and superior product will amaze you!

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Sugaring product line comparison 2 Replies

I am weighing the strengths of what appears to be the two prominant sugaring product lines, Alexandria and Sugar of the Nile.  There is not much technical information available on any of the products…Continue

Tags: nile, alexandria, the, of, sugar

Started by Deborah Bonjouklian. Last reply by Cameo Godsey May 7, 2015.

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Comment by Linda Jordin on October 31, 2013 at 10:08pm

Robbie, Thank you for responding. I did a male brazilian with sugar and just made a mess. The client has a large stomach that he is pulling up and he is also holding himself off to the side. His body temp rose and his hands slipped and Walla....a sticky mess. I've been trying to get work out how I am going to do this again in 2 days. My thought is to use a towel, work on one side, clean that side, then move to the other side, clean that side, and then move to the back side. Does this make sense? I am struggling. 

Comment by Robbie Penney on October 28, 2013 at 9:03pm

Regarding the male Brazilian it's just like the female version. I find it better it the guy helps stretch the scrotum, it makes for a smoother result. I use paste until the body temp rises then I use strip. They actually go quite fast.

Comment by Linda Jordin on October 28, 2013 at 4:04pm

I need help doing a male brazilian with sugar. Does anyone have advise or instructions? Thank you!

Comment by Robbie Penney on October 11, 2013 at 12:23pm

I just tried Depilar sugar paste in firm, soft and regular with norlabusa.com and I love it. But I still love the Bikini Beauty strip sugar from salon sugar products for part of the brazilian.

Comment by Jolene Montalvo on September 10, 2013 at 10:08am

Any one make and use their own???

Comment by Robbie Penney on August 8, 2013 at 9:57am

I have used several lines. I use Alexandria for the paste and Salon Sugar Products for the strip. Yes I use both as come clients prefer one over the other. I will be testing another company soon. I was with Sugar of the Nile for a few years but got a batch that stuck to the skin no matter what and was told the next batch would be better. No refund, no return and no exchange from the company or my rep so I switched.

Comment by Vanessa Barrientez on June 6, 2013 at 9:51am

@Christine.  Look at Amazon. They do have some sugar paste.  However, I have never heard of these companies.  "Buyer beware"

Comment by Vanessa Barrientez on June 6, 2013 at 9:50am

@Christine.  I doubt it very seriously.  Most companies to purchase their sugar paste, you either need a certificate from another company or go through their training.  You can do a search to see if there is another company that will sell to without this, but again, I doubt it.

Comment by coldsalineplexus on June 6, 2013 at 7:36am

Are there any companies that will sell body sugar to estheticians without training or a training certificate?  I know how to do it pretty well based on my esthetic knowledge combined with watching videos combined with experimentation with a home sugaring kit, but I haven't been formally trained.  I feel confident that I could perform the service well on clients, and I know that it is within my scope of practice.  I haven't been able to master making my own sugar, and really don't want to deal with the mess of cooking it anyway.  It frustrates me that these companies are holding this relatively simple professional treatment hostage.  I'd like to support a company that will sell to me as a licensed professional without all the expensive hoop-jumping.

Comment by Linda Jordin on June 5, 2013 at 9:55pm

@ Vanessa - There is a solution that is in warmer that you put the tools in between each application. You are supposed to put the solution in the bottle each night and clean out the warmer.

@ Desiree - I use Sugar of the Nile. I have used Tamara's too, but I am certified with Sugar of the Nile. The consistency is different between the two. I prefer Sugar of the Nile only because that is what I am used to.

 

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