Sugaring is Older than we Thought

I was completing a lot of research on sugaring plus waxing for my college class on recent history.

It shocked me when I came across information that pointed to the notion that Cleopatra was most likely 1 of the first to use sugaring to get rid of body hair.

I believed this was something new that was brought about by the vanity of women in today’s age. You absolutely could have knocked me over with a feather when I found out they got sugaring done as far back as seasoned Egyptian times. Persian women were the first to believe that a hairless body was the epitome of beauty plus youth. They would create a sugaring paste or wax that was called ‘moum’. This was made of sugar, water, as well as lemon, plus used for removing hair. They applied the paste in the direction the hairs were growing, covered the paste with cloth, plus they removed the cloth when the wax was a bit cooler. It was considered being the most effective plus natural way to get rid of body hair. It was only in recent times that the seasoned Egyptian art of hair removal has been brought back to life. Modern women are once enjoying the feeling of youthful beauty by sugaring plus waxing to get rid of hair from the body. It is the internet that shared the rumor about shaving, or waxing the legs was only being completed in the last 1 hundred years. This is only the truth for European plus American ladies. The rest of the world has been removing body hair for centuries. Many groups removed all hair other than the eyebrows plus through a process that we call sugaring.

 

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