Immac Perfect Roll-On Warm Wax Reviews
Product Type: Immac Hair Removal
Newest Review: ... to warm up strips in your hand was a relieve, as this a roll on. However, I found that mine did not come out all that well, ... more
Customer Immac Perfect Roll-On Warm Wax Reviews (14)
by - written on 02/07/02, updated on 02/07/02 (Very useful, 617 readings)
I'd like to think that I'm not the kind of person who's normally seduced by TV advertising, I really would, but it's patently not true... Not only can I sing along to even the most annoying advertising jingle, I can tell you exactly which car Papa and Nicole drive, I know which cat food eight out of ten of the countries moggies prefer, not to mention the name of the company that likes to think of itself as the fourth emergency service. You'd only need to say the first few words of an advertising slogan to me and I'd probably be able to finish it for you... Sad, I know, and it's not even as if I'm a telly addict, or anything, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/01, updated on 22/05/01 (Very useful, 258 readings)
Remember when the sun came out and was nice and warm the other day? Well I decided it was time to get my legs out for the summer, they've been rather neglected over the winter so I decided to treate them. I hate having to shave my legs numerous times a week or having to mess around with hair disolving creams so I decided I try waxing. It lasts upto 6 weeks, allegedly! So I trotted off to the shops and found the perfect wax it even said so on the lable. It was in an easy to use roll on dispenser which you heated in the microwave (or in a bowl of hot water if you are lacking a microwave, I can't comment on how effective this is as I didn't try it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/02, updated on 07/10/02 (Very useful, 155 readings)
I'm one of these people probably like the rest of the female's out there that when I attempt to remove the hair from my legs that is exactly what I am intending to do. Not receve a leg full of pimples, or semi done legs no! I want it all gone! So, one day I decided to take a trip to my local supermarket and whilst browsing through the H&B section (Health and Beauty) I came across the "Imaac Hot Wax Aqua System". At first I walked away hearing so many stories about how much waxing hurts, but then I thought about how my friends seemed to have much better legs than me and so it would be worth a try. I got home after spending £7.00 on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/02, updated on 25/07/02 (Very useful, 238 readings)
After seeing numerous ultra convincing adverts for Immac's Warm Wax Aquasystem I decided to give it a try. I bought my wax kit from Superdrug where it cost about £10 and I had the options of either Cotton Flower or Green Tea fragrances. I chose the Cotton flower fragrance,which to be entirely honest was the best thing about the product! The box contains 10 reusable fabric strips, instructions, 2 x 50ml wax refills(enough to do your legs once) and the applicator. Seperate refills are avaiable but because the product was so poor I haven't bought any... The instructions for the use of the product are very clear and easy to understand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/00, updated on 27/09/00 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Never use Immac Perfect roll-on warm wax. Can I be more blatant than that? Let me explain... The wax comes in a nifty little container with a rolling cylinder at the top. No mess, no fuss. Yeah right. There's a little extra insert in the box telling you that it's terribly important to put the lid on really firmly. Presumably this insert is in response to people having difficulty and getting wax all over them. And that would not be altogether surprising, because THE LID DOES NOT FIT. I was not just being pathetic, I assure you. There were little plastic fins in the lid that made it physically impossible for the base to fit into the lid, no matter ... Read the complete review
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