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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Sustainable hair removal

SugaringThis is an age old question: how can I easily and successfully remove body hair? Most recent inventions tend to be environmentally unfriendly due to packaging, waste and chemicals.

So, it all comes down to, what's the most sustainable way to remove body hair? This question has been asked of me several times over the last year and is one which, amazingly, I haven't blogged about yet. Well, here's my take on it.

Of course, one could argue that leaving your body hair well enough alone is the best option, but I'm assuming that this is not an acceptable answer for most women in the U.S. and for women in some cultures where the removal of body hair has long been part of their traditional heritage.

Depilatories. Well, I'll tell you depilatories ain't the winner. Not only are they chock full of chemicals that do Lord knows what to the environment and your own skin (remember that your skin in your largest organ and absorbs this stuff), the packaging and propellants in them aren't environmentally friendly either. So, even if you find it effective, I suggest you try to switch to something a little less damaging all around.

Razors. You have a few options if you are shaving with a razor, some better than others. Clearly, disposable razors aren't the way to go. Even if you opt for a disposable head, the heads generally come full of plastic and packaging. If you want to go nuts and find yourself an old fashioned safety razor where all you supply are new razor blades, then by all means, hack yourself to pieces. Other shaving options include a straight razor, although it's difficulty and lack of convenience and acceptability make it less of a decent option for most.

Electric Shavers. Electric shavers are more sustainable than disposable razors in theory, but you are still taking a hit on the environmental impact of production, packaging, shipping and electricity to run or charge it (unless you have a solar charger). If you can get a used electric shaver, then you've eliminated at least the manufacturing element.

Laser Hair Removal. I don't consider this all that environmentally friendly given the incredible amount of manufacturing input involved to make the equipment. One could argue that once the device has been manufactured, then it's really only input it energy. But, until laser hair removal is actually something that lasts and isn't so expensive, I wouldn't even consider it. I added it here only because I figured someone would bitch, I mean ask, about it.

Waxing. Most waxes are petroleum based. If you use store-purchased waxing kits, then you again are dealing with production, packaging and shipping issues as well as the waste created with throwing out the used strips. Salon waxing may provide a better option than home purchased kits since you may be able to find a salon that uses natural waxes, but there is still an issue with disposal due to health concerns. And, primarily, the cost is an issue.

Sugaring. For those of you who are lucky enough to have tried sugaring or have a salon nearby that provides this service, you will know that sugaring is much more comfortable than waxing in that it adheres only to the hair rather than the skin (like waxing). There are kits you can buy for home use (like Moom), but there is still the issue of production, packaging, distribution and waste.

So, what the answer? What's the most environmentally friendly method of hair removal? Home sugaring.

Now, before you get all complainy and squeamish on me, well, you asked. There are only a few items that are needed and you most likely already have them on hand. All of these items are reusable so you just need to provide a few simple ingredients and a little know-how.

Home Sugaring Kit
  • Tongue depressor (a wooden Popsicle stick or dull knife also works well as a spreading device)
  • Cotton or linen cloth or muslin cut into 1 inch strips
  • Candy thermometer
  • Glass storage container (optional: if you plan on reheating in microwave)

    Sugaring Recipe
    2 cups sugar
    1/4 cup lemon juice
    1/4 cup water

    Combine all the above ingredients in a saucepan. Heat on low (making sure it doesn't boil over). Put the candy thermometer into the saucepan and when the mixture reaches 250 F on the candy thermometer (hardball candy stage), take it off the heat and pour it into the glass container after it's cooled down a bit. You can reheat this mixture in the microwave later if you don't use it all after it is made or if it cools down too much and isn't as spreadable.

    To use: Let the mixture cool down enough so you don't burn yourself. Test it on your wrist. Trust me, you will learn quickly to make sure the temperature is correct. Using your spreading device, spread it on your skin in the direction of the hair growth. Cover with the cloth strips and rip it off against the direction of the hair growth (kind of like pulling off a bandaid). You can also hold the skin taut with the non-ripping hand to aid in making sure all the hairs come out.

    Feel free to swear like a sailor. "Mother-fucker" is a favorite expletive of mine particularly when doing this in the nether regions. To clean up, just wash the strips in soap and water. You can even throw the strips in the laundry for reuse again. I like to hand wash and air dry the strips.

    I highly recommend showering after sugaring to make sure you remove all of the mixture since bacteria love to breed in sugar.

    VoilĂ ! Enjoy your silky smooth skin using only a little sugar and lemon!
  • 67 comments:

    naturalhappyandfree.com said...

    Wow, have never even heard of sugaring. Ripping anything off my body doesn't exactly make my innards tingle though. But it's tempting just to say I tried. I do like my vintage straight razor however. :) Especially when the straight razors are a write-off for my carpenter hubby. ;)

    [Oops! My link was broken on that first one!]

    arduous said...

    You seriously sugar under your arms?!!! Ouch!

    I do use one of those Venus razors, mostly because I change the blade once a year, and I still had four blades leftover from before I became more environmentally conscious. I figure a plastic pack of blades twice a decade is not such a big deal!

    heather t said...

    ok, i KNEW there had to be a homemade sugaring recipe somewhere - thank you so much for digging one up and sharing with us!

    So much less pricey than the store-bought kits, too.

    So, do you wash and reuse your strips or throw them out?

    heather t said...

    ok, I skipped that paragraph, sorry.

    and I just started two comments with "ok" - hopeless.

    on the plus side, my word verification is "qwigs" - use it in a sentence.

    AnnaMarie said...

    If you get the sugar a bit thicker you don't need the strips. You can grab a ball of sugar and spread it and then grab it and flick it parallel to the skin and then re-use the same ball of sugar until it's not sticky enough (too much hair) and then grab another ball of sugar.

    Please be sure to rip any hair removal product parallel to the skin otherwise you risk bruising.

    Also, getting a brazilian, unless you are *very* experienced and flexible is best left to professionals. Ask me how I know *lolol*

    Over 10,000 Brazilians have I done and the worst bruising is always when someone tries it at home!

    knittinandnoodlin said...

    Oy. And ouch. I have never heard of sugaring, but the idea, like waxing, puts me off a bit. I've accepted that I can't be perfect...and this is going to be one of those things. I do appreciate that you shared a couple of different ways to shave the proverbial cat, though.

    Vanessa said...

    I've had sugaring done in a salon, but never thought about doing it at home. I've also been wondering what a different environmental friendly way of hair removal might include. Thanks for the post.

    Latigo Liz said...

    Ow! I hurt just reading about it. I used to have one of those electric tweezer devices...I mean rippers... It was OK, but just as painful.

    Anyone trigger a sneeze reaction when pulling hair in your ankle area?

    Rebekka said...

    Threading is even more sustainable - no heat needed, only a small piece of cotton thread.

    I have a friend who does my eyebrows for me, it's the best, far better than waxing (although slightly more painful it must be said) and it can be used anywhere on the body.

    Rebekka said...

    Whoops, I meant to post a link

    Robj98168 said...

    My experience is that if your get old enough the hair just falls out.

    well er..except the hair that grows in your ears and nose.

    Robj98168 said...

    Duct Tape could be used to remove unwanted baody hair. ust put the duct tape on, warm with a hair dryer, let cool and let her rip!

    That duct tape is so useful ya know

    jedimomma said...

    Huh. Thank you for the rundown of various hair removal systems. I'll admit, I'm quite happy to be hairy--I've never quite understood why I'm supposed to spend my time & energy trying to look like a prepubescent girl. However, I do have a bizarre attraction to occasionally getting my eyebrows done (go figure?), so I'll definitely look into the sugaring. Nice post!

    Deanna said...

    I applaud those of you willing to do this but sugaring, like waxing, just sounds too painful for certain areas. I've told my kids for years that I don't plan to swear until I'm about 70 years old so until then I guess I'll have to stick with shaving. I do seem to be able to use the same disposable razor for close to month, so I'm not going to wring my hands with guilt over a dozen or so razors per year. I've got plenty of other things to keep my guilt level up to an acceptable level.

    Crunchy Chicken said...

    Rob - Duct tape isn't exactly a sustainable resource.

    Arduous - between the smooth armpits and The Rock, I'm going to have to start marketing "Edible Armpits" for those afficionados out there.

    Annamarie - yes, do not attempt a Brazilian by yourself! It's much more fun with a partner anyway.

    Liz - I had one of those too!

    eco 'burban mom said...

    Ah, you are a brave, brave girl. I had no idea it could be done at home!

    travelling sheep said...

    Tweezers work for the armpit, and you get a better finish than with shaving. However it helps if you either didn't have much hair to begin with or plenty of freetime.

    Abbie said...

    Don't forget plucking! Eyebrows, I mean. Not legs or pits. Ouch!

    Robj98168 said...

    Harumph- my duct tape will be around forever! And using the robco duct tape hair removal kit could've saved this guy $$$

    Tajrw said...

    "Threading" is probably the most environmentally friendly. It's used all over the world, but not terribly popular in the States. The amount of thread you need is very scant compared with the amount of cloth strips you may use, wash,and will eventually deteriorate. Plus, there is no need to cook up an added product to be rinsed down the drain (into our water supply) in your laundry. If the idea of threading your own body seems daunting, there are plenty of salon professionals in all major cities who provide this service. They can use the same length of thread to remove hair from your whole body.

    robin in dc said...

    If you do choose to go with the plastic razor, check out these ones made from recycled yogurt cups!

    And no, I don't work for the company. Though I did meet a cool employee at the Green Festival.

    Debbie said...

    It's even more "sustainable" just to let it grow. Who ever decided this is what women should do? Some man probably. What's the point?

    Sharlene said...

    I have had my eyebrows threaded and let me tell you- it hurts like a bitch! Waxing is a walk in the park comparatively. Sustainable as it is, I will pass on that torture session again. I stick to good old fashioned razors. I only have to replace the blade but I buy large packs so that is one package instead of a bunch of cumbersome little ones and I am stingy and change it only once every couple months. So I guess that is better than nothing. If only we could just convince these companies to stop with all the packaging!

    Texan Mama@WhoPutMeInCharge said...

    Umm, I saw two ladies getting their eyebrows done with threading at the mall the other day... Did I see it incorrectly, or were the ladies using thread that they were pulling out of their mouths??? I looked twice but didn't want to stare. They both appeared to be doing it. THAT IS VERY UNSANITARY. Me, I pluck the eyebrows and the down there. It is not too comfy but neither is razor burn in the nether regions. After tweezing down there for over 20 years, the hair folicles are really weak and it doesn't hurt too much anymore.

    Kelsie said...

    Amen, Debbie! I pluck my eyebrows occasionally, simply because I like the way they look with a little shape to them, and because I wear glasses, so I need SOMETHING that proves to people I actually have eyes behind those lenses...and that's it. Strange I should worry over my eyebrows when I proudly bare my furry legs and pits. :) To each her own, though...unless she has no idea why she continues doing it.

    Leila said...

    My Lebanese female relatives used sugaring - they swore by it. One of them told me that she indeed used it on pubes and underarms (OUCH). Makes the skin super-smooth. I have never wanted to try... way too painful.

    There's a Lebanese film from last year called "Caramel" about five women in a beauty salon in Beirut - Netflix it if you can. It has subtitles. The title refers to the sugar mixture - one of the ladies is expert at it. It's a very Pedro Almodovar sort of film, a loving, bawdy look at the intimate lives of these women. Even if you never intend to sugar your legs, you'll like this picture.

    Tajrw said...

    Uhhhm, there is no need to put the "thread" in your mouth. Yecch! It should be knotted in a slip knot around the neck and twisted along the free end, kind of like a gyroscope, then moved in the sam, back and forth. It can be very sanitary as long as there are no mouth insertions involved. I don't know that technique, but still yuck!

    Tajrw said...

    Oops, meant to say "the same way" after the phrase "then moved in", but got carried away with my backspace. Fill in that blank...

    Belle said...

    I have seen a recipe on the internet that is much like your sugaring recipe.
    The recipe I saw called for sugar, honey, and lemon juice. I found this recipe by looking up homemade hair removal wax. I did not know that this was called sugaring.
    Belle

    daharja said...

    I've used sugaring kits that were store-bought (one of the better known brands is called 'NADS', and it costs a b%^&%^& fortune!), but never thought to make my own.

    Yay Crunchy!

    The only problem is keeping the kids away from anything labelled 'sugar'!

    ;-)

    Cheers,

    Daharja.

    Mazzajo said...

    Oh, c'mon, really, is heating up heaps of sugar (shipped across the planet) and washing cloth strips in heaps of hot water (to melt sugar off them) REALLY so much better than, say, 10 minutes using an electric depilator? (used much less often than an electric razor).

    Anonymous said...

    The older I get the less I "need" to shave...use maybe 3 razors the whole year. I think I'll stick to the razors. Debbie said it all-

    "Who ever decided this is what women should do? Some man probably. What's the point?"

    CT said...

    I've read several times now that electric razors are supposedly less resource intensive than a razor with disposable heads. I just don't buy it. My husband buys a new electric razor every 3-4 years when his dies. No one can convince me that the giant hunk of plastic it comes in, the giant hunk of plastic it is, the rechargeable battery, and the electricity it uses charging is somehow less than the one or two tiny packages of razor heads I buy in the same period of time. I think the assumption is that the electric razor lasts forever, when that just hasn't been true in my experience.

    For those of you using razor heads for long stretches, a warning: I gave myself a nasty skin infection that required 10 days of antibiotics when I used an old one too long. Not fun, not sustainable. Give yours an occasional alcohol soak if you've been using it a long time. You don't want to have to admit to a doctor that you gave yourself an infection with an old razor, believe me.

    Cheap Like Me said...

    Hmm ... I don't worry too much about it, as I use a reusable razor with replaceable blades. They do have plastic, but I replace the blades maybe twice a year. I think it would be nice if my husband would choose something more eco-friendly than his disposable blades (which he must replace more often), but so far no dice. Maybe he'd like to thread his whiskers daily ...

    Deanna said...

    Robin - thanks for the link for the Preserve razors; I'll be on the lookout for those.

    As for the suggestion that we just "let it grow" I say, to each her own but I'll stay smooth and hairless, thank you. I wear skirts and sleeveless tops a lot which I don't think looks good with hairy pits and legs. As for the "nether regions", I do a modified Brazilian myself with a razor. Yes, I do it primarily for my husband which is as good a reason as any.

    E said...

    I agree - let it grow! I tried shaving my armpits once when I was 16 - but it was just too painful when it started growing out. So didn't do that again. Same with make up tried it once. Guess friends, partner and I just don't care that much about appearances - one of the benefits of real country living, perhaps.

    Kim from Milwaukee said...

    I've been sugaring my upper lip and let me tell you, it's MUCH less painful than waxing, and while it doesn't seem to pull every single fuzzy hair, it pulls most of them and actually looks more natural since it leaves the smaller peachfuzz.

    Never have tried it on the southern regions, though...I think I'll down a couple Long Islands beforehand....

    jewishfarmer said...

    You know, my grandmother used to tell me "you have to suffer to be beautiful." And I remember being 10 years old and thinking "I guess I'll just be ugly then."

    Somehow, that thought came up here. I'm still good on the hairy, ugly troll-girl thing, if it doesn't involve ripping my hair out by the roots ;-P.

    Sharon

    Fix said...

    Actually, the safety razor is pretty awesome! I wrote a post about it a couple of months ago. Highly recommended - I've been using it for a few months and haven't cut myself yet.

    Rosa said...

    ct - every 3-4 years? Wow. My boyfriend & I have been sharing the same electric razor for about 8 years now. Of course, neither of us shaves very much.

    I will definitely start cleaning it with alcohol, though - no need for us to share skin bacteria. Ew.

    Gina said...

    I will definitely try this one Crunchy!!! Thanks for posting the recipe for us.

    agreenfire said...

    Thank you for the informative post. All I can say, is no freaking way. I am one of those terrible people who use a razor, and I'm not giving it up.

    scifichick said...

    Actually, I think that electric epilator is the best option. Here is a wiki link for it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epilator
    I think they are the most environmentally friendly because you only need to buy it once, and use it for a very long time. I have had mine for 8 years, and I don't see why I would ever need to replace it. The pain factor is less than with waxing, in my opinion. It has just the same lasting effects as waxing. You don't need to wash any cloth strips or even take a shower after it. It works great on short hair length so you don't need to grow hair out until you can wax them off. All you need to do is plug it in, and in about 10 minutes you are done. It's faster with touch-ups. Mine uses electrical outlet, and not batteries so I don't have deal with those. Part of my electricity comes from green sources. When I bought mine it was about $60 - cost of salon waxing. Mine is from Sharp. But now there are many cheaper options available. All in all, I think this is the best choice.

    Anonymous said...

    Use a lighter and burn the hair off.

    ehmeelu said...

    Rebekka, thanks a million for the link to the threading instuctions. I'd seen this done in Asia (chairs on sidewalks and in parks!) but had no idea it was so easy to learn.

    Faye said...

    Waxing&/or sugaring is the best hair removal, since pulling the hair by the roots eventually destroys them and makes for less hair regrowth. As for using a lighter??...not near my unmentionables, thank you very much!! Ack!!

    mudnessa said...

    i recently bought an at home waxing kit and wasnt too pleased with it. i stood in the store for a good hour looking at all the stuff available. it wanst too painful but it didnt work very well either.

    i think i may try sugaring. but i use gilletes venus razors i believe they are called. the ones that have built in "shave gel" strips and i am pretty happy with those, they are easy to use, work well and i dont also have to buy a bottle of gel or use my soap or what not.

    i dont think i could switch to sugaring for my whole leg and id love to use it in my nether region and underarms but i dont have much faith in its effectiveness. im quite hairy, in reality if i want to be nice and smooth i would have to shave my underams twice a day, its horrible.

    i wish i could be all natural, but i would be embarrassed to be seen/known as the hairy one. stupid societal standards there are some things i just cant get past. it makes me mad that i cant just go out to the pool with out tidying up a bit first, makes it much less enjoyable but i would have the same feelings if i went out hairy and there were other people out there.

    margaret said...

    I am going to suggest that my boyfriend sugar his head instead of using his electric clippers. It seems only fair considering all the personal care products I have given up in the last year (disposable pads/tampons, hairspray, chemical hair color). If he tries it, I'll send you pictures.

    Village Green said...

    An artist in Brooklyn, NY creates art out of used body wax -- hair and all -- I kid you not. I can't remember her name, but I sure remember her work! She used some of the wax pieces to create textured wall murals. And she also used the hair in the wax as a kind of found object paint brush for some pieces. Reduce,reuse, recycle!

    As for me, I don't shave much at all. Only in the summer when shorts reveal legs that get stared at by midwestern stuck-ups. I did switch over to a used electric shaver this summer.

    ELP said...

    I will just let my hair be as God wanted it. As my mother would say if God wanted you do some things he would of given you the items needed at birth.

    Moriah said...

    I just recently wandered across your blog, and let me first say - how cool!
    Thanks for sharing about hair removal. I had heard of threading, but didn't know what it was. I found this video:
    how to: threading
    . Curiosity got me and I had to try it right then. I would only do it for small areas, but I tried my lip first (harmless area that didn't need it) before venturing to the brows. It worked surprisingly great! I don't know what most women's pits are like, but I don't have a lot of hair there. I would trust a good friend to help me with that, too.

    And when you say "nether regions," you mean you do your girly bits as well? Ouch! But it seems to work without trouble besides the initial pain?

    Iris said...

    Building on what CT said - I actually find I get a much longer life with my razor blades if I do the rubbing alcohol soak after each use. It's gotten my husband to switch blades about once a month, as opposed to his previous twice a week, and me? Well, I'm still on the same little dinky disposable razor I had when I got the bright idea to try the alcohol thing about four months ago. I figured if my brother's giant electric used an alcohol-based cleaner between each use to prolong the life of the blade...why not try it for my razor?

    I have a feeling we'll be working through the giant pack of disposable blades we bought at Costco in our pre-green days for a long, long time!

    Iris said...

    Oh, and I should add...I have a bottle of rubbing alcohol set aside for just that purpose and pour back in whatever amount of alcohol doesn't have little hairs left in it. (Sorry if that's TMI.) But the point is, that way you're not just stepping up your use of one product to decrease your use of another.

    fatimazk said...

    I used to use sugar waxing for years, but it is time consuming AND messy. I just purchased an epilator, and though it may not be as sustainable as a thread, given that it lasts a lifetime, I think it's pretty sustainable.

    The epilator is less painful takes just a few min. and creates practically no mess. I'd definitely look into it--its essentially a grandiose tweezer that takes every hair out in seconds. LOVE IT.

    cristele said...

    threading? do you really mean one hair-leg at a time?
    Sugar sounds like I'm going to try it...defefinitely!
    About the epilator fatimazk is suggesting...i had one for some times, but after using it for some times, my hair started to grow back *under my skin*....

    ashley said...

    I recently bought a safety razor too and I love it! I have not cut myself at all and it shaves better than the disposable twin blades I always used before. There is nothing scary about a safety razor.

    frugaliving said...

    Well, I actually saw a re-fashioned non-disposable razor for men in "The Green Guide" for $50. I'm seriously contemplating it.

    This is my first visit, I was referred by Rockin' Granola...I'll be stopping by again soon.

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    Chili Bean said...

    In the UK you can get a kinda mitt for removing leg hair, it looks like its made of very very fine sandpaper. U put it on your hand and gently rub with a circular motion one way then the reverse way, it takes a while but it works well and when the hair grows back it is less noticable as it doesnt have the blunt end u get when shaving.

    Anonymous said...

    yesterday i was making my own sugaring mixture. and i forgot to put 1/4 cup of water in the mixture.. it was okay at first but then it got too hard. i guess i should try it with water again.

    Mrs. M said...

    You can use the same recipe, but without using the linen strips, making it even more earth-friendly. It takes some practice, but make your sugar, and let cool enough to touch, then taking three fingers (index, middle, ring-dominate hand) scoop up some sugar stuff and spread on leg against hair growth, stroke 3 times or so until it gets lighter in color, then using a wrist action and same 3 fingers pull off with hair growth at a slight angle. This takes some practice to get, but it works really well and doesn't hurt as much as pulling against the hair with the strips. It's a bit like using taffy actually. You-tube has some videos, Persian waxing with sugar.

    Tammie Lee said...

    Thank you for the recipe. I have been waxing for years and it is fairly expensive to buy the wax. I love the idea of making my own. For the cloth I use linen napkins, or a thin cotton dish towel, cotton handkerchiefs work well. Then I wash and reuse them. Works great, no cutting, no unraveling edges.

    Skwerl said...

    I'm no greenie, but I do like a great DIY bargain. Skip using muslin strips...use denim for at home sugaring. The weight of the cloth really cuts the discomfort, and are reusable. You can buy them or cut up an old pair of jeans so long as you finish the edges. Just wash & dry. DO NOT use fabric softener when you wash the strips it leaves a film on the cloth- hand wash with any non moisturizing soap and let it air dry.

    Deoxy said...

    I finally got around to trying sugaring, and I'm still as hairy as all get out. By the time the sugar cooled off enough to tolerate, it was too hard to stick to the hair. Any troubleshooting suggestions? Did I overcook it? This is my first attempt to use anything other than a razor, so I'm not very familiar with the consistency I'm going for.

    M. said...

    Actually I use an old fashioned safety razor (supplying just the metal recyclable blades) and I have never yet cut myself with it. Even using it in the underarm area.
    They are very simple to use and actually not much different than disposable or replaceable head razors. I get just as close of a shave with it as any other razor I have used. Though you do have to soap up or use a cream---no wet water/no cream/no soap shaving like you can with some commercial blades.
    It does require a slight learning curve to get the correct "angle" to shave with ---you have to tip it up at a microscopically different angle from commercial razors. But once you figure it out---it seems exactly the same. Starting with legs is easiest since you can figure out if you are just gliding along and only wiping off the lubricant or actually cutting the hairs.
    My husband also uses one and likes it much better than disposable head razors for his face.
    Beyond waxing or sugaring I find safety razors to be the most environmental for those that don't want to go "au natural".
    You can find them at estate sales, some garage sales and for more money on ebay or antique stores.
    Check on line for cleaning your thrifty finds and taking the best care of it so it will last for the rest of your life.

    Josefine said...

    I tried sugaring today! It hurt much less than waxing and I didn't bleed like I usually do when I've waxed. I'm dreading the next couple of days though, since my hair growth is extremely fast and that's going to hurt like a bitch. :/

    Josefine said...

    But it didn't. It grew back fantastically after about three weeks and I didn't get any ingrown hairs at all.

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