Immac Cream Reviews
Product Type: Immac Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Immac / Spray / Type: Cream / Subcategory: Hair Removal / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... about £4.00, give or take a few pence, and the scent is Floral Sensation, although it smells exactly the same as immac did ... more
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Last Update 19.12.2013 16:12
Customer Immac Cream Reviews (19)
by - written on 19/05/03, updated on 19/05/03 (Very useful, 510 readings)
Hmmmm. Well, having read a couple of other opinions on this product (both, surprisingly, by men!) I'm not sure I can add much in terms of amusement value! I'm afraid I've never used Immac cream on my backside...or anywhere else unusual for that matter!! (if you don't know what I'm talking about, read ADBoyce's opinion on this cream!) However I was surprised that people seem to find this hair removal cream so good. I use it reasonably often, but only because shaving makes the hair grow back thicker, which I don't want, and waxing is painful and inconvenient having to go out etc (it's just occurred to me that I've never tried ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/02, updated on 12/10/02 (Very useful, 1709 readings)
Across the Customer Service Desk where I work the rumours abound. Everyone is talking about me or rather a certain part of my anatomy. I apologise now to anyone who is likely to be offended by this but sadly that is what I face every time I go into work. You see the whole episode started when I made the mistake of letting slip that I happened to have removed the hair from a certain part of my anatomy one Friday evening. Working with women as I do, you often find yourself involved in conversations a typical male would never hear tell of. The sorts where discussions on nail polish, foundation, underwear and face creams abound. More often than not the conversation revolves . Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/02, updated on 19/08/02 (Very useful, 497 readings)
When it comes to removing those unwanted body hairs what I really want to hear is: "New! A cheap and painless way to PERMANENTLY remove body hair!" But that is of course the one thing I don't hear. Instead it's 'No pain, no gain." Yes, if you want a permanent hair removal treatment you have the option of a painful, long winded and expensive process called electrolysis. Which is really only practical for small areas. My hair grows thick and fast and I seem to be waging a constant war against it. Of the temporary hair removal methods I've tried, waxing or plucking hairs is the longest lasting and also the most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/01, updated on 19/07/01 (Very useful, 366 readings)
I recently bought Immac bikini line cream because i was desperate to find something that worked. It's not that i'm a hairy beast, i just prefer to have my body look that way and well.. waxing was certainly not the answer! Mom had bought me a sugaring set for my birthday and taking a big breathe i applied it to the offending area and... RIPPPPPPPP.. i almost screamed in pain. I was actually bent over with my eyes screwed up it hurt so much. Looking at the big red patch i decided it was definitely time to buy a hair removal cream.. after all, there's got to be a less painful way then this! Hasn't there?! Strolling into good ol' ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/00, updated on 22/12/00 (Very useful, 37 readings)
For all the time you waste and the smell you put up with, this product is totally abysmal! Girls, stick to shaving. Admittedly, it doesn't last very long, but you'll get a smoother and, if you use the right blade, softer effect. They recommend you leave the cream on for five minutes and then scrape it off with the plastic thing they give you. Then you have to rinse the area well. I had to do my legs in small patches because I didn't want to get the mess everywhere, and I spent literally hours carrying out the apply/wait/scrape/rinse procedure. It became rather tedious, and when I realised it wasn't working I got a little peeved. ... Read the complete review
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