Coco has introduced sugaring to its range of services. For those who are unsure of the differences between sugaring and waxing, we suggest you do some research. Wikipedia has this to say on the subject. 

” Sugaring, sugar waxing or Persian waxing is a method of hair removal that has been in use since 1900 BC. ….. Sugaring is often compared to standard waxing. During the process, a sugaring substrate sticks to and essentially removes hair without attaching to the skin. The substrate can be applied at room temperature or heated to a lukewarm temperature, minimizing the risk of burns. For this reason, sugaring is generally preferred over waxing when it comes to removing hair from larger areas of skin. Nevertheless, if you have sensitive skin, sugaring can result in skin irritation and reaction. However, this can sometimes be prevented by taking an anti-histamine. Sugar itself is otherwise hypoallergenic.” 

What’s in the pot? Real sugaring is made up of all natural food-grade ingredients like sugar, lemon juice, water and sometimes essential oils, salt and/or honey. Most waxes are made primarily of resins and although they also may contain natural ingredients like beeswax, honey and essential oils, you’ll also find artificial fragrances, dyes, chemicals, and preservatives in their formula.

Although you can be allergic to any given ingredient, natural or not, it’s more common for people to be allergic to artificial fragrances and ingredients like those found in waxes.

Sugaring doesn’t attach to live skin cells. Sugaring will only take away dead skin cells, unlike waxing which also removes live skin cells. If your skin isn’t already over-exfoliated (using glycolic, Retin A or peels) you don’t have to worry about the sugar accidentally removing skin.


Upper Lip$13
Eyebrow & Upper Lip$25
Under Arms$16
Full Arms$32
Half Arms$25
Half Legs$30
Full legs$60
Full Legs & Bikini Line$75+
Bikini line$30
Brazilian (first time) $60
Brazilian (every 4-6 weeks)$45
Back of Neck$18