Sugaring is a topic of hair removal that comes up often. And let's clear up all the myths about it. First of all, it's from decades and decades ago. It was a type of wax people used to make from sugar. It's a very inexpensive way of doing it, because you can actually go on the internet and find out how to make this wax at home. But this is sugar wax. I don't recommend it, it doesn't get the fine hairs if it's coarse, so it's not the best. And then also in the past there have places that have come out with, like, a sugar wax just because of the name, it was more of a marketing kind of thing. So my point is stay away from sugaring. There's plenty of high-tech, result-oriented waxes out there that give you a great result. You don't really need to make a wax at home. Sugaring doesn't work great, because you have to keep going it over and over, but, I mean, you could make a great sugaring product, but, I mean, there's things out there, like, why go backwards?