Sugary Smooth

This Made in the USA sugar hair removal formula is based on a technique that dates all the way back to 1900 BC. Its gentle recipe is made from all-natural ingredients. Ones you know—like water, lemon, olive oil, and two types of sugar. And to make the recipe for the face version even more gentle, there’s added licorice root to help reduce irritation. And it’s not wax—in fact, it’s quite different. Sugar Me Smooth heats naturally using your body temperature and its water-soluble formula washes off when you’re done. So it’s less painful, and there is less cleaning up to do. You apply Sugar Me Smooth against the hair growth, then remove it in quick, flicking motions. It only gets rid of the top layer of dead skin cells—which exfoliates you and also is gentler on skin than waxing. Maker Michelle Hancey loved getting sugared at the salon and wanted to do it herself without sacrificing quality. Her formula gives you all-natural, salon caliber results at home.

Sugar Me Smooth

All-Natural Sugar Hair Remover

Sugary Smooth

This Made in the USA sugar hair removal formula is based on a technique that dates all the way back to 1900 BC. Its gentle recipe is made from all-natural ingredients. Ones you know—like water, lemon, olive oil, and two types of sugar. And to make the recipe for the face version even more gentle, there’s added licorice root to help reduce irritation. And it’s not wax—in fact, it’s quite different. Sugar Me Smooth heats naturally using your body temperature and its water-soluble formula washes off when you’re done. So it’s less painful, and there is less cleaning up to do. You apply Sugar Me Smooth against the hair growth, then remove it in quick, flicking motions. It only gets rid of the top layer of dead skin cells—which exfoliates you and also is gentler on skin than waxing. Maker Michelle Hancey loved getting sugared at the salon and wanted to do it herself without sacrificing quality. Her formula gives you all-natural, salon caliber results at home.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Ashton
    Ashton

    Hey there Grommet fans, Emily Smith and Ashton Crump here. We are part of the Sugar Me Smooth marketing team and are excited to have our products featured today on The Grommet. We are happy to answer any questions you might have!

  • Christy
    Christy
    2/27/2017 10:20 AM

    How long is this product good for? How can we tell the expiration date in the future?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 10:43 AM

    @Christy Hi Christy! Sugar is a natural preservative so the sugar stays good for a long time. I have some from 5 years ago that still works great! You also don't need to worry about an expiration date for the prepping powder. The soothing solution has oil in it and will decrease in quality after about a year.

  • Deborah
    Deborah
    2/27/2017 10:20 AM

    The applicators look too wide to sugar your upper lip and areas of the face. are there other applicators for that?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 10:46 AM

    @Deborah Hi Deborah! There are 3 face applicators that come with the face jar. These are 1/3 the size of that large body applicators and work great for small areas on the face such as the upper lip. The body jar comes with 2 large applicators, and the hair removal system comes with 3 small and 2 large applicators.

  • Dawn
    Dawn
    2/27/2017 10:21 AM

    Can you use this for a bikini wax?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 10:50 AM

    @Dawn Hi Dawn! Absolutely! This is GREAT for bikini! Either the body or the face sugar can be used. I personally like the face sugar better as it has licorice root which is a natural anti-inflammatory good for sensitivie areas ;)

  • Dawn
    Dawn
    2/27/2017 12:13 PM

    @Ashton Can you use this for a Brazilian wax?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 12:47 PM

    @Dawn Yes!!! It works great.

    I love using Sugar Me Smooth sugar for a Brazilian. It's water soluble so unlike wax can be rinsed off easily. There is no risk for burning and it doesn't rip your skin off like waxing! Unlike shaving, sugar doesn't lead to itching when the hair grows back, and no ingrown hairs!

    I would recommend trimming hair a little if it is very long. When the sugar tugs on the hair it is more uncomfortable with longer hair. Also, I'd highly recommend mastering the flicking motion on your arm or shin before doing the bikini/Brazilian. The Prepping Powder (sold in the set) is very helpful for Brazillians as it wisks away any moisture.

  • Andrea
    Andrea
    2/27/2017 10:25 AM

    Can this product be used on hair above the upper lip safely?

  • janine
    janine
    2/27/2017 10:45 AM

    @Andrea I'm wondering the exact same thing. I have to wax my upper lip weekly - so I'm wondering if it is sturdy enough to do the job.

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 10:59 AM

    @janine @Andrea Hi Andrea & Janine! This is FANTASTIC for the upper lip and face! Unlike wax, sugar just exfoliates your skin instead of taking off a layer of live skin. Much less pain and irritaion for the sensitive skin, no risk of burning and much better for the face.

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:28 AM

    @Ashton Our office manager has PCOS and uses Sugar Me Smooth Face Sugar on her face regularly. She has tried laser, plucking, waxing, and sugaring. Sugaring is by far her favorite and most effective hair removal method for her face.

  • Jolene
    Jolene
    2/27/2017 10:29 AM

    How long before the hair starts growing back?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:06 AM

    @Jolene Hi Jolene! I'd say about 3-4 weeks depending on the person. When the hair does grow back, not all the hairs grow back at the same time. For example, I've noticed, personally, that looking at an area where I would have 10 hairs, only about 3 come in initially. The hair that comes in also comes back in finier and when I sugar again, it pulls out easily. B.J. Smith, the founder, had part of his arm sugared for The Grommet video about 8 weeks ago. The patch is still VERY visable with only some hairs growing in still.

  • Lori
    Lori
    2/27/2017 3:35 PM

    @Ashton Hi Ashton, I was wondering about how long the face product lasts as in how many applications would I get before having to purchase more (assuming that I am doing upper lip, chin, and a small area of neck, and re-sugaring every 3-4 weeks as you estimate above? Thanks!

  • Betty
    Betty
    2/27/2017 10:37 AM

    I'm interested in the ease of use in the bikini area.

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:12 AM

    @Betty Hi Betty! This is GREAT for bikini! Either the body or the face sugar can be used. I personally like the face sugar better as it has licorice root which is a natural anti-inflammatory good for sensitivie areas ;)

    I love using Sugar Me Smooth sugar for bikini hair removal. It's water soluble so unlike wax can be rinsed off easily. There is no risk for burning and it doesn't rip your skin off like waxing! Unlike shaving, sugar doesn't lead to itching when the hair grows back, and no ingrown hairs!

    I would recommend trimming hair a little if it is very long. When the sugar tugs on the hair it is more uncomfortable with longer hair. Also, I'd highly recommend mastering the flicking motion on your arm or shin before doing the bikini area.

  • sharon
    sharon
    2/27/2017 11:03 AM

    will this work on course facial hair, like a mans beard?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:18 AM

    @sharon Hi Sharon! We don't recommend using sugar on a man's beard. A few men have tried it but have not achieved successful results. Many men LOVE it for back and chest hair. MUCH less painful than waxing.

  • sharon
    sharon
    2/27/2017 12:16 PM

    @Ashton I have very course hair on my chin, do you think it will work?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 12:44 PM

    @sharon Absolutely! Our office manager has PCOS and gets course hair on her chin. She has tried laser, waxing, plucking, and sugaring. Sugaring is by far her most preferred! It works great. If there are any stubborn hairs left, you can swirl the sugar around the hair with the applicator to get it to adhere even better and out it'll come.

  • Barbara
    Barbara
    2/27/2017 11:07 AM

    How much instruction is included with this?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:23 AM

    @Barbara Hi Barbara! The welcome card that comes with your purchase has a QR code to scan and a website link that take you to our instructional video. The welcome card also has some limited instruction and tips & tricks printed on it. We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you watch the instructional video to be most successful!

  • Robin
    Robin
    2/27/2017 11:27 AM

    How long does hair need to be for this to be most effective?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:41 AM

    @Robin Hi Robin! We recommend when you first begin to sugar with 5-7 days growth to be most successful and effective (depending on how quickly your hair grows). I've found after you have really mastered the technique, you can sugar after about 3 days of hair growth.

  • Tellen
    Tellen
    2/27/2017 11:33 AM

    Can you tell me if your company is cruelty-free?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:43 AM

    @Tellen Hi Tellen! Absolutely! Our company is cruelty-free and vegan as well.

  • C J
    C J
    2/27/2017 11:46 AM

    Can this be used for eyebrows?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:56 AM

    @C J Hi C J. The face sugar can absolutely be used on eyebrows, HOWEVER, we recommend a different technique than our other sugaring process. Heating it for just a few (2-3) seconds, applying and shaping with an stick applicator and using strips as you would with waxing (however pulling the strip off WITH hair growth instead of against). Make sure to double check the temperature of the sugar before applying - you wouldn't want to get burned! It just needs to be pliable enough to spread on easily.

  • Kiki
    Kiki
    2/27/2017 1:27 PM

    I have sensitive skin & with most hair removal (from upper lip, chin and brows) I get a small pustule type of break out...they look like pimples/blisters. I have gone to threading/ tweezing to alleviate this, however sometimes I get them with threading. IDK what causes it (suspecting before or after lotions?). Has anyone with highly sensitive skin actually tested this on their skin or is this safe for sensitive skin in theory? What is your satisfaction guarantee?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 1:38 PM

    @Kiki HI Kiki! I am so sorry to hear of these breakouts. We pride ourselves in having products that are EXTREMELY safe for the skin. We use all natural ingredients that are good for the skin, and there is no need to heat any of our products which can also cause skin irritation. I personally have very sensitive skin and have never had any issue with our products. I would recommend using our Face Sugar, because it has licorice root added to help prevent sting and irritation in sensitive areas, but also sensitive skin.

  • Gaia
    Gaia
    2/27/2017 2:32 PM

    I'm only interested in the face product. Do I need the powder and smoothing solution? If so is there a way I can purchase those without purchasing the package which includes the body product?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 2:39 PM

    @Gaia Hi there! To use our Face Sugar you do not need to have the Prepping Powder and Soothing Solution. The Powder helps to absorb excess oil on the skin and the Soothing Solution is to help moisturize the skin after Sugaring. This being said, you do not have to have these two to Sugar on your Face. At this time we do not have these individual products available, but we will look into that. Thanks!

  • Lori
    Lori
    2/27/2017 3:38 PM

    Hi Ashton, I was wondering how often the face product would have to be purchased? Going by your estimate of hair growing back and reapply every 3-4 weeks and sugaring upper lip, chin, and a little of the neck?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 3:54 PM

    @Lori Hi Lori! It will last around 7-9 Months if I am only using it on my face, which is including my chin, neck, upper lip. I use about a nickle size of sugar each time I sugar which is approx. every 3-4 weeks.

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Sugar Me Smooth

All-Natural Sugar Hair Remover

Sugary Smooth

This Made in the USA sugar hair removal formula is based on a technique that dates all the way back to 1900 BC.

Its gentle recipe is made from all-natural ingredients. Ones you know—like water, lemon, olive oil, and two types of sugar. And to make the recipe for the face version even more gentle, there’s added licorice root to
help reduce irritation.

And it’s not wax—in fact, it’s quite different. Sugar Me Smooth heats naturally using your body temperature and its water-soluble formula washes off when you’re done. So it’s less painful, and there is less cleaning up to do.

You apply Sugar Me Smooth against the hair growth, then remove it in quick, flicking motions. It only gets rid of the top layer of dead skin cells—which exfoliates you and also is gentler on skin than waxing.

Maker Michelle Hancey loved getting sugared at the salon and wanted to do it herself without sacrificing quality. Her formula gives you all-natural, salon caliber results at home.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Ashton
    Ashton

    Hey there Grommet fans, Emily Smith and Ashton Crump here. We are part of the Sugar Me Smooth marketing team and are excited to have our products featured today on The Grommet. We are happy to answer any questions you might have!

  • Christy
    Christy
    2/27/2017 10:20 AM

    How long is this product good for? How can we tell the expiration date in the future?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 10:43 AM

    @Christy Hi Christy! Sugar is a natural preservative so the sugar stays good for a long time. I have some from 5 years ago that still works great! You also don't need to worry about an expiration date for the prepping powder. The soothing solution has oil in it and will decrease in quality after about a year.

  • Deborah
    Deborah
    2/27/2017 10:20 AM

    The applicators look too wide to sugar your upper lip and areas of the face. are there other applicators for that?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 10:46 AM

    @Deborah Hi Deborah! There are 3 face applicators that come with the face jar. These are 1/3 the size of that large body applicators and work great for small areas on the face such as the upper lip. The body jar comes with 2 large applicators, and the hair removal system comes with 3 small and 2 large applicators.

  • Dawn
    Dawn
    2/27/2017 10:21 AM

    Can you use this for a bikini wax?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 10:50 AM

    @Dawn Hi Dawn! Absolutely! This is GREAT for bikini! Either the body or the face sugar can be used. I personally like the face sugar better as it has licorice root which is a natural anti-inflammatory good for sensitivie areas ;)

  • Dawn
    Dawn
    2/27/2017 12:13 PM

    @Ashton Can you use this for a Brazilian wax?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 12:47 PM

    @Dawn Yes!!! It works great.

    I love using Sugar Me Smooth sugar for a Brazilian. It's water soluble so unlike wax can be rinsed off easily. There is no risk for burning and it doesn't rip your skin off like waxing! Unlike shaving, sugar doesn't lead to itching when the hair grows back, and no ingrown hairs!

    I would recommend trimming hair a little if it is very long. When the sugar tugs on the hair it is more uncomfortable with longer hair. Also, I'd highly recommend mastering the flicking motion on your arm or shin before doing the bikini/Brazilian. The Prepping Powder (sold in the set) is very helpful for Brazillians as it wisks away any moisture.

  • Andrea
    Andrea
    2/27/2017 10:25 AM

    Can this product be used on hair above the upper lip safely?

  • janine
    janine
    2/27/2017 10:45 AM

    @Andrea I'm wondering the exact same thing. I have to wax my upper lip weekly - so I'm wondering if it is sturdy enough to do the job.

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 10:59 AM

    @janine @Andrea Hi Andrea & Janine! This is FANTASTIC for the upper lip and face! Unlike wax, sugar just exfoliates your skin instead of taking off a layer of live skin. Much less pain and irritaion for the sensitive skin, no risk of burning and much better for the face.

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:28 AM

    @Ashton Our office manager has PCOS and uses Sugar Me Smooth Face Sugar on her face regularly. She has tried laser, plucking, waxing, and sugaring. Sugaring is by far her favorite and most effective hair removal method for her face.

  • Jolene
    Jolene
    2/27/2017 10:29 AM

    How long before the hair starts growing back?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:06 AM

    @Jolene Hi Jolene! I'd say about 3-4 weeks depending on the person. When the hair does grow back, not all the hairs grow back at the same time. For example, I've noticed, personally, that looking at an area where I would have 10 hairs, only about 3 come in initially. The hair that comes in also comes back in finier and when I sugar again, it pulls out easily. B.J. Smith, the founder, had part of his arm sugared for The Grommet video about 8 weeks ago. The patch is still VERY visable with only some hairs growing in still.

  • Lori
    Lori
    2/27/2017 3:35 PM

    @Ashton Hi Ashton, I was wondering about how long the face product lasts as in how many applications would I get before having to purchase more (assuming that I am doing upper lip, chin, and a small area of neck, and re-sugaring every 3-4 weeks as you estimate above? Thanks!

  • Betty
    Betty
    2/27/2017 10:37 AM

    I'm interested in the ease of use in the bikini area.

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:12 AM

    @Betty Hi Betty! This is GREAT for bikini! Either the body or the face sugar can be used. I personally like the face sugar better as it has licorice root which is a natural anti-inflammatory good for sensitivie areas ;)

    I love using Sugar Me Smooth sugar for bikini hair removal. It's water soluble so unlike wax can be rinsed off easily. There is no risk for burning and it doesn't rip your skin off like waxing! Unlike shaving, sugar doesn't lead to itching when the hair grows back, and no ingrown hairs!

    I would recommend trimming hair a little if it is very long. When the sugar tugs on the hair it is more uncomfortable with longer hair. Also, I'd highly recommend mastering the flicking motion on your arm or shin before doing the bikini area.

  • sharon
    sharon
    2/27/2017 11:03 AM

    will this work on course facial hair, like a mans beard?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:18 AM

    @sharon Hi Sharon! We don't recommend using sugar on a man's beard. A few men have tried it but have not achieved successful results. Many men LOVE it for back and chest hair. MUCH less painful than waxing.

  • sharon
    sharon
    2/27/2017 12:16 PM

    @Ashton I have very course hair on my chin, do you think it will work?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 12:44 PM

    @sharon Absolutely! Our office manager has PCOS and gets course hair on her chin. She has tried laser, waxing, plucking, and sugaring. Sugaring is by far her most preferred! It works great. If there are any stubborn hairs left, you can swirl the sugar around the hair with the applicator to get it to adhere even better and out it'll come.

  • Barbara
    Barbara
    2/27/2017 11:07 AM

    How much instruction is included with this?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:23 AM

    @Barbara Hi Barbara! The welcome card that comes with your purchase has a QR code to scan and a website link that take you to our instructional video. The welcome card also has some limited instruction and tips & tricks printed on it. We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you watch the instructional video to be most successful!

  • Robin
    Robin
    2/27/2017 11:27 AM

    How long does hair need to be for this to be most effective?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:41 AM

    @Robin Hi Robin! We recommend when you first begin to sugar with 5-7 days growth to be most successful and effective (depending on how quickly your hair grows). I've found after you have really mastered the technique, you can sugar after about 3 days of hair growth.

  • Tellen
    Tellen
    2/27/2017 11:33 AM

    Can you tell me if your company is cruelty-free?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:43 AM

    @Tellen Hi Tellen! Absolutely! Our company is cruelty-free and vegan as well.

  • C J
    C J
    2/27/2017 11:46 AM

    Can this be used for eyebrows?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 11:56 AM

    @C J Hi C J. The face sugar can absolutely be used on eyebrows, HOWEVER, we recommend a different technique than our other sugaring process. Heating it for just a few (2-3) seconds, applying and shaping with an stick applicator and using strips as you would with waxing (however pulling the strip off WITH hair growth instead of against). Make sure to double check the temperature of the sugar before applying - you wouldn't want to get burned! It just needs to be pliable enough to spread on easily.

  • Kiki
    Kiki
    2/27/2017 1:27 PM

    I have sensitive skin & with most hair removal (from upper lip, chin and brows) I get a small pustule type of break out...they look like pimples/blisters. I have gone to threading/ tweezing to alleviate this, however sometimes I get them with threading. IDK what causes it (suspecting before or after lotions?). Has anyone with highly sensitive skin actually tested this on their skin or is this safe for sensitive skin in theory? What is your satisfaction guarantee?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 1:38 PM

    @Kiki HI Kiki! I am so sorry to hear of these breakouts. We pride ourselves in having products that are EXTREMELY safe for the skin. We use all natural ingredients that are good for the skin, and there is no need to heat any of our products which can also cause skin irritation. I personally have very sensitive skin and have never had any issue with our products. I would recommend using our Face Sugar, because it has licorice root added to help prevent sting and irritation in sensitive areas, but also sensitive skin.

  • Gaia
    Gaia
    2/27/2017 2:32 PM

    I'm only interested in the face product. Do I need the powder and smoothing solution? If so is there a way I can purchase those without purchasing the package which includes the body product?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 2:39 PM

    @Gaia Hi there! To use our Face Sugar you do not need to have the Prepping Powder and Soothing Solution. The Powder helps to absorb excess oil on the skin and the Soothing Solution is to help moisturize the skin after Sugaring. This being said, you do not have to have these two to Sugar on your Face. At this time we do not have these individual products available, but we will look into that. Thanks!

  • Lori
    Lori
    2/27/2017 3:38 PM

    Hi Ashton, I was wondering how often the face product would have to be purchased? Going by your estimate of hair growing back and reapply every 3-4 weeks and sugaring upper lip, chin, and a little of the neck?

  • Ashton
    Ashton – Special Guest
    2/27/2017 3:54 PM

    @Lori Hi Lori! It will last around 7-9 Months if I am only using it on my face, which is including my chin, neck, upper lip. I use about a nickle size of sugar each time I sugar which is approx. every 3-4 weeks.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.