Immac Hair Removing Mousse Reviews
Product Type: Immac Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Immac / Spray / Type: Hair Mousse / Subcategory: Hair Removal / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... my favourite brand to use. However I am not that satissfied with the Hair Removing Mousse. I decided to try it out the other ... more
Customer Immac Hair Removing Mousse Reviews (9)
by - written on 17/05/03, updated on 17/05/03 (Very useful, 480 readings)
I can never normally be bothered with the usual routine of shaving have could be, so anything that would shorten the time of this time-consuming task I would be very happy with, and waxing will never be an opinion far, far too painful. So after seeing the Immac advert on T.V., I decided to try the hair removal mousse from Immac (now know as Veet), to save time from the usual hassle of shaving. I bought this at a price of £3.99 this was on offer yes I know very dear considering it was on offer but it was better than paying the full price of £4.99 which is what my local chemist where selling it has which is where I obviously bought it. I thought this was a too dear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/02, updated on 15/05/02 (Very useful, 344 readings)
This product is a hair removing mousse in a can that looks, to the unsuspecting eye, like it should contain shaving cream. It has a near see through green cap with a small sponge in the top. I had never heard of this product before about 2 weeks ago. I was reading a magazine after I had had a bath. I usually use shaving to remove hair on my legs and I had done that night. I hadn't been that careful and my legs were actually quite sore. I was attracted to the advert in my magazine by the voucher for 50p off. And also that it said you didn't need to shave, which was a good point - especially as my legs were hurting at the time from shaving! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/02, updated on 10/04/02 (Very useful, 156 readings)
I bought this product in my local supermarket - yeah, I know I'm a sucker for anything on special!!! I decided that as summer is fast approaching the de-fuzzing needs to take on a new level. I read the can and it says you spray it on, leave, scrape off with green spatula and shower off. All seems quite simple. Then comes the challenge...The spatula is shrink wrapped to the can. No easy peel strip here so I end up hacking it open with the kitchen scissors. Still I'm all ready to go as I've sent hubby and little girl out for a couple of hours. Shake can and spray on. Ooooh that's cold!!! Hang on what is that stench. Oh, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/02, updated on 13/06/02 (Very useful, 656 readings)
I usually shave my legs, but decided too use Immac hair removal mousse for a change. It comes in a 200ml, white and orange tin, and the orange part of the tin is bright and catch's your eye. The mousse is white in colour and quite thick. To use Immac hair removal mousse:- * Use in the bath or shower * Shake can before use * Cover the hair evenly by spraying where you want it. * Leave on for 8 minutes * Rinse off using sponge provided. I used it in the shower, and after 8 minutes I took it off, and noticed there was still some hairs there. I thought what a waste of money, and got my razor and used that instead. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/02, updated on 18/05/02 (Very useful, 464 readings)
Being blond I am pretty lucky, I don't have to shave much. Also because I'm a bit of a scuffbag I don't bother that often (boyfriend doesn't care, I'm not particularly stubbly) Also, being kinda lazy I feel that there's far to much effort used up by shaving, waxing & bleaching. So when I saw the advert for Immac mouse I was well up for it, off I trot down to boots to by myself a can. I don't remember how much I paid for it but on the boots website it retails at £4.99 which I think is a little steep. It comes in Aloe Vera or citrus oil variety, given that fruity creams tend to irritate my skin I choose the Aloe Vera one. So ... Read the complete review
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