06 October, 2010

Sugar Strip Ease.

Shaving is no fun, is it? It's time consuming, and if you cut yourself it really stings!.. 
I would much rather whip all hairs out in one and be done with it! 

Enter Sugar Strip Ease.
Sugar StripEase is a 100% natural blend of sugar and water creating the optimum formula for pain free hair removal. Sugar StripEase is microwavable and water soluble providing the most convenient method of hair removal. 
I've been trying this for a couple of weeks now and it has really impressed me. It's a sugar wax that you heat up yourself. The packaging is really fun and girlie and the wax is in a heatable sturdy large pink tub.

The thing I love the most about this is that it is not messy at all, when it's heated it's like a thick honey consistency that looks a little scary, but is totally not. The sugar is totally soluble and just rinses away so easily without leaving any sticky residue behind at all. That's always great because the strips that come with this are washable and completely reusable, How economical is that?!

You just pop the tub into the microwave for 60 seconds, make sure it's not too hot by testing it on your wrist, and then away you go. It comes with some wooden spatula's to spread the wax on with, and plenty of reusable strips too.
I expected it was going to be a painful process because other wax strips I have used before leave my legs a little red and stingy, So much so that I cannot go on, but this was actually pretty easy to use.. and almost painless! I'm not sure how, but it really is.

It can be used on the legs, arms, underarms and bikini line and is available here for £9.99.

Thank You For Reading! 
x x ..Sophie..  x x
Pr Sample.

4 comments:

  1. Oooh this sounds really good, I think I'll have to get some next time I go to Boots. Thanks for telling us about it!

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  2. I have this. It's also edible - though not once you've used it! :D

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  3. Ive not tried waxing for years! The last time being, when I tried to pinch some of my Mums when I was about 14! It was some scary tub of goo that you had to heat up in hot water in the sink or a bowl.. It never did work and made a right sticky mess!

    Wouldn't mind checking this out though, thanks :)

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  4. Oh wow I've never heard of this stuff before, it sounds great! And at that reasonable price I think I'm going to give it a try!x

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