This stuff (and, admittedly, all products like it) smells terrible. It can also burn sometimes, and it's no more effective than a regular shave. Plus, it's just a little off-putting, the fact that it basically eats away the hair. I worry about the health risks.
I have a problem with hair remover creams, being that it doesn't last any where near as long as shaving! Which is such a bummer. I hate leg hair, I hate arm pit hair and I hat hair in other regions... I wish this lasted longer, and didn't give me "razor" burn...
The Veet in shower hair removal cream is by far the best I have tried, the pump makes it very easy to dispense product and there is a small cap that covers the pump when not in use. The product has a strong scent but it does not tend to linger once the product is washed away. The small tool they provide to get rid of the cream is very convenient, I prefer to use a rag instead.
its okay but im not a big fan of hai removal creams. It was effective in removing the hair in a painless way, but the hair wasn't completely removed. there was a bot of stubble left over so i dont use it very often only if i dont have razors. I think that any hair removal product does the same becuase I also tried the avon one and it was the same thing. Also, they have a really bad smell, that even after you wash the cream off your skin will stay smell like it for a whole day. I wouldn't reccomend any of these products to anyone. I think shaving is still way better.
It works really well and got all of my hair off! It didn't irritate my skin at all. I will say, though, I am blonde so though it worked exceptionally for me, my roommate who has dark brown hair was not as fortunate. It began irritating her skin before all of her hair had a chance to get removed. Perhaps smaller applications for darker, thicker hair? Overall would recommend though!
I first started using this for coincidence . but once I started using it, I fell in love. It is just perfect, I have dry skin and this gel cream has a moisturizer effect. So after using it you skin gets so soft. Using its bladeless tool you about getting these red zits in your skin. So if you have a she sensible and relocated skin you should try this.
I am really picky about my body being hair free especially in the ahem "lady's parts". I used to use Nair because that was all that was available at the time. When Veet came out I had to try it. It works great with no irritation. I was out of it one time and still had some Nair so I used that. Sometimes I get it in the middle, and with Veet it does not bother me. The Nair however burned me bad. I even had to go out and buy cream for it! I will stick with Veet.