Wear loose fitting clothing.
In the days following your sugaring, make sure the clothing you wear is loose. This is especially true if you got a bikini or Brazilian sugaring. Your skin will be very sensitive following sugaring, so make sure to wear loose fitting clothing to your appointment and for the first few days following
Ingrown hairs are a common complication associated with any kind of hair removal method. To prevent an ingrown hair, start to using body scrub 2 /3 times a week between two body sugaring treatment. This will get rid of dead skin cells, which can help the hair point back out of the skin. It also leaves your skin super smooth and moisturized.
Do not touch your skin.
In the days following your appointment, your skin will likely be sensitive. Your sin may also be more prone to infection. While you may be tempted to scratch, as your skin may be itchy, refrain from doing so. This can further irritation.
Avoid exercise following treatment.
As exercise can cause sweat and skin irritation, do not exercise immediately following your treatment. It may be a good idea to get your work out in prior to your sugaring appointment. You can also make the appointment on a day you do not normally work out.
Keep away from baths and hot tubs.
Hot water can irritate sensitive skin. Baths and hot tubs especially harbor bacteria, and your skin will be sensitive to infection. You also do not want to burn exposed hair follicles, as this can prolong the healing process. Stick to showers and use lukewarm water
Stay out of the Sun.
Sugared skin is very sensitive to UV raise and may burn easier. For the 24 hours following your sugaring appointment, stay out of the sun as much as possible.
Do not worry about red spots.
It will take anywhere from 24 to 28 hours for your skin to heal after sugaring. It's very common for red spots to form on sugared areas. These spots form where the hair root was removed, and may look somewhat similar to a sun burn. Do not worry about such spots as they'll clear up in a few hours.