!Sugar Wax Recipe Without The Lemon: A DIY Alternative!

Posted on

Are you tired of expensive razors, painful waxing appointments, or harsh chemical hair removal products? Look no further than the all-natural sugar wax recipe! This DIY solution is easy to make, kind on your skin, and removes unwanted hair for a smooth, touchable finish.


How to make sugar wax without lemons at home Easy sugar wax
How to make sugar wax without lemons at home Easy sugar wax

2 cups granulated sugar

  • ½ cup water
  • ¼ cup lemon juice (substitute with white vinegar for this recipe)
  • 1 tablespoon honey

  • Directions:

    1. Combine dry ingredients: In a saucepan, mix together the sugar and honey.
    2. Heat gently: Add the water and vinegar (lemon substitute) to the pan. Heat the mixture over medium-low heat, stirring constantly to prevent burning.
    3. Patience is key: The sugar will begin to dissolve and the mixture will become clear. Continue stirring and heating until the mixture reaches a thick, syrup-like consistency. This can take 10-15 minutes, so be patient!
    4. Test the temperature: Once the mixture thickens, remove the pan from the heat. Let the wax cool slightly for a few minutes. Test a small amount of wax on the inside of your wrist to ensure it’s warm but not too hot to touch.
    5. Prepare your skin: While the wax cools, cleanse and dry the area you want to wax. Exfoliating beforehand can help remove dead skin cells and promote smoother hair removal.
    6. Apply the wax: Using a wax applicator or a popsicle stick, spread a thin layer of wax in the direction of hair growth. Apply the wax in small sections for better control.
    7. Quick and effective removal: Once the wax hardens slightly (but is still warm), press down on a cloth strip and firmly pull the strip in the opposite direction of hair growth. Repeat this process for all areas you want to wax.
    8. Soothe and moisturize: After waxing, remove any leftover wax with warm water and a washcloth. Apply a calming lotion or aloe vera gel to soothe the skin.

    Nutrition Facts (for informational purposes only):

    Serving size: 1 tablespoon (not intended for consumption)

    Calories: 49

  • Sugar: 12g
  • Fat: 0g
  • Sodium: 0mg

  • Note: This recipe is for informational purposes only and is not intended for consumption.


    Sugaring is a safe and effective way to remove unwanted hair at home. This sugar wax recipe is a budget-friendly alternative to store-bought products and is free of harsh chemicals. With a little practice, you can achieve salon-quality results from the comfort of your own home!

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    1. How long does the sugar wax last on the skin?

    The results of sugaring can last anywhere from 3-6 weeks, depending on your hair growth cycle.

    2. Can I reuse the sugar wax?

    Yes, you can reuse leftover sugar wax. Simply reheat it gently over low heat until it reaches a syrupy consistency.

    3. What if my skin is sensitive?

    If you have sensitive skin, do a patch test on a small area before applying the wax to a larger area. You can also try reducing the heat slightly when making the wax.

    4. Is sugaring painful?

    Sugaring is generally considered less painful than traditional waxing because the sugar paste adheres to the hair, not the skin. However, some discomfort is to be expected during any hair removal process.

    5. What are some alternatives to using a cloth strip for removal?