How does the nair hair remover work?Is it good for eyebrows arching?How long do it takeB4 U HAVE 2 reapply.?
How does the nair hair remover work? Is it good to use on arching eyebrows?How long does the hair stay gone,before you use it again.
I’ve always had Nair in the house. I don’t know why, somehow I remain convinced that it SHOULD work. It seems like the easiest solution, and the quickest too. Instead of trying to rip or slice the hair off, you simply dissolve it away with acid. Sounds reasonable to me!
Unfortunately every time I get around to trying Nair again, I am reminded why I don’t use it. The one I happened to try today was the Nair Hair Remover Lotino with Aloe Vera. This should be doubly good, right? Not only does it dissolve away your hairs, but it soothes your skin afterwards.
Believe me, I follow all the instructions very carefully. Forst I soak in warm water for at least 1/2 hour to soften up the hairs. Then I shake the nair well and apply it on the legs thickly without rubbing it in. The hair is definitely coated. Then I wait 15 minutes (the longest allowable time) before attempting to wipe it off. Nothing happens. Maybe a few hairs are removed, but the vast majority remain.
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Not only that, but anybody who tells you that this "acid" can tell the difference between your organic hair and your organic skin is lying. It hurts to have this cream sitting on your entire legs for 15 minutes. I think of it as ‘beauty torture’. When I’m done, not only do I still have my leg hair left, but I now have red bumps where the acid got into pores and caused irritation. I wouldn’t mind the temporary irritation (gone the next day) if the hair actually went away too. But noooooooooooooooooo.
I did actually take pictures of my legs after the nairing to show how untouched (and still hairy) they were. I’ll try to load those up soon. But unless you have really fine baby hair (and if you do, why are you obsessing about removing them?) then Nair really doesn’t seem to work well.