More economical and delicate than traditional waxing, Arab waxing is easy to do at home and painless. Here is all you need to know about the wax used by Cleopatra
If you are looking for a home-made and painless solution to combat the surviving hairs, Arab waxing could be the solution you are looking for. Composed only of four ingredients, completely natural, it is said that the Arab wax was even used by Cleopatra, the iconic queen of Egypt.
Arab waxing: the ingredients
Arab waxing does not require depilatory strips and can easily be prepared at home. The traditional recipe includes 250 g of sugar, 30 ml of water, 30 ml of lemon juice, plus two tablespoons of honey. Pour the ingredients into a non-stick pan and, after having mixed them, bring them to the boil, stirring occasionally. When the mixture begins to boil, lower the heat and leave it on the heat for another 10-15 minutes, until it takes on an amber color. At this point let the mixture cool down completely.
Arab waxing: how to make it at home
Once the mixture has cooled completely, it is ready to be used. First, work it with your hands until the color is no longer transparent but opaque, then it creates balls, which are the peculiarities of this depilatory technique. Spread a ball on the part you want to depilate and tear off with a sharp and firm stroke on the opposite side with respect to the direction of the hair. Once you have finished hair removal, rinse the skin: there is no need to treat the skin with a soothing cream because the wax is Arabic is more delicate and painless than traditional waxing.
Arab waxing: who can do it
Arab waxing is suitable for everyone, in fact thanks to natural ingredients the skin remains smooth and soft after waxing that can be done in all parts of the body. It is also recommended for women who have fragile capillaries, both for the moderate temperature of the wax and for the "massage" movements with the ball.