Natural Sugar Waxing Kit for Women Suitable for Sensitive Skin, Says Brand

The natural sugar waxing kit by beauty company, MOOM, is a pain-free organic wax suitable to use on any skin type with long-lasting results. The brand offers two varieties that soothe and calm for younger-looking skin.

Irwindale, CA, US - July 11, 2020 —

The beauty brand, MOOM, is excited to let women know its natural sugar waxing kit is suitable for all skin types, even those dealing with sensitive skin. The brand has created a revolutionary caramel-glazing technique that is formulated with only organic ingredients, hand-made in small batches to ensure purity and authenticity, with results lasting for up to two months.

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The brand is focused on creating products that are environmentally friendly while remaining highly effective, paying particular attention to the health and vitality of the skin revealed beneath the hair. “Our sugar-based hair removal glaze means you don’t have to compromise between health and beauty,” says a senior spokesperson for MOOM.

The brand offers two varieties: one with lavender, lemon juice and chamomile and one with tea tree oil, lemon juice and chamomile.

Lavender is well-known for its natural anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to soothe irritated skin;
Chamomile is loaded with antioxidants that protect the skin from free-radical damage;
Tea tree oil contains anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties and calms redness, swelling, and inflammation;
Lemon juice is an antioxidant that helps reduce skin damage and premature aging.

Each sugar wax hair remover kit includes 6 ounces of Pure Natural Body and Facial Wax, 18 washable and reusable polycotton fabric waxing strips for face and body, as well as four wooden applicators.

People have been experiencing exceptional results using the sugar waxing kit for women. One highly impressed reviewer commented, “I will never use traditional wax again! This sugar formula is organic, sugar-based, does zero damage to the skin, and it washes away with just water! It actually does remove hair properly; I would only suggest using a PAPER-THIN layer of this product for best results. And the strips are washable and reusable for years! AMAZING!”

Anyone interested in learning more about MOOM and its full range of beauty products for men and women should visit the official company website or Amazon storefront.


About Us: A boutique organic hair remover, unique and unprecedented, MOOM® Organic Hair Removal Glaze is enjoyed all around the world, and yet it is lovingly hand-made in small batches, ensuring purity and authenticity.

Contact Info:
Name: Allen Farrar
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Address: 5027 Irwindale Ave., Irwindale, CA, 91706, US
Phone: 877-737-4247

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