Add sugar, lemon juice and water in a saucepan with high walls and blend until you get the mixture to boil. Continue to stir over medium heat. The final mixture should have a golden brown color. The decomposition of sugar crystals usually lasts between 5 and 8 minutes. When the mixture lost golden and brown shades completely, take off the heat and let it cool.
Before sugar hair removal process, skin must be dry and clean. If your skin is very oily, you can use a cleaning product that contains tea tree extract.
After the mixture has cooled and hardened, break off a piece and knead it in your hand. When “wax” becomes soft, warm and caramel color you can apply on desired areas. Apply the sugar paste in the direction of hair growth then quickly pull in reverse.
You can repeat the process several times in the same area as sugar paste does not irritate the skin.
If you prefer to use a brush and canvas strips for waxing, add more water to the mixture to create a thinner paste. Never apply hot mixture on the skin. Credit:womenideas.net