Take comfort in knowing that Sugaring Change is a body positive studio. We celebrate and welcome all body types to our studio for a luxury sugaring hair removal that will exfoliate your skin and leave you feeling pampered and relaxed. Come experience the difference!

We believe that the human body is incredibly powerful, whether it is recovering from illness or bringing new life into the world. Being body positive means that we speak about our bodies and yours respectfully. It means that we've created a space that is free from mass media ideals of beauty  and filled it with encouraging mantras and empowering photos from Jade Beals "A Beautiful Body Project". We believe that this atmosphere makes us all feel a little more safe, valued and authentic.  Sugaring Change is pushing back against societal norms and working to break patterns of negative self talk.  Our team of sugarers wants to be a part of a change that celebrates real people and helps them feel absolutely amazing in their own skin! 


Your Opinion Is Important!

At Sugaring Change your opinion is the key to professional growth and development. We want to hear what you have to say. Please contact your studio directly or use this anonymous form to send your feedback. Thank you for taking the time to give your input!

Empowering Women Through Body Sugaring!


We sugar to make a change, not just for you skin but for the women and girls of Cambodia! Sugaring Change is honoured to say that 5% of our net profits go to empowering woman and girls in Cambodia. 

We are thrilled to be connected to HOPE International Development Agency as they are "helping women and girls improve their lives through education, skills training, health programs, community organization, microfinance, and nutritional awareness" (taken from www.hope-international.com). They have been helping people become self-reliant for the past 38 years! Less than 5% of their annual budget goes to admin and the integrity of this organization is so refreshing!

Why Cambodia? When Sugaring Change's founder, Chantalle, and her husband travelled to Cambodia in 2008, they saw Hope's work first hand and their hearts grew with respect for the Khmer people of Cambodia. They have suffered unbelievable horrors, but there continues to be hope. Giving a little can help save Cambodian women and girls from exploitation and empower them to help themselves. 

Please read "First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers" written by Loung Ung if you want to learn more about the story of Cambodia.   To Learn more about Hope's commitment to developing nations and the work we're a part of in Cambodia just click the icon below.

The human spirit is incredibly resilient!