Immac Wax Strips Reviews
Product Type: Immac Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Immac / Laser / Sugar / Type: Wax Strips / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... but since I was quite happy to leave the hair on these parts alone, that was not a problem. Something more worrying had ... more
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Customer Immac Wax Strips Reviews (11)
by - written on 24/11/03, updated on 24/11/03 (Very useful, 401 readings)
As a lady of "a certain age" I am able to produce a moustache to rival the one which lurks beneath the nose of Saddam Hussein. (OK, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but my top lip DOES support enough dark hair to cause embarrassment.) Sessions with a razor were always followed by rapid, stubbly re-growth. And even when using a pastel-coloured "Ladyshave" blade, the activity lent an uncomfortably MACHO feel to my morning ablutions. No ... the shaving/stubble cycle was clearly not going to provide a long-term solution; and bleaching simply rewarded me with a blonde moustache. I'd tried depilatory creams in the past, but felt alarmed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/02, updated on 09/04/02 (Very useful, 679 readings)
For us girlies, the quest for certain bits to become (and remain) hairless, is never-ending. I have shaved, plucked, exfoliated and deforested with the best of them! I have always avoided waxing, firstly because I have a low pain threshold and, secondly because it always seemed a bit of a hassle. It was either pay a fortune at the beauty salon, or get in a mess heating wax at home. So, when I saw that Immac had produced some Cold Wax Strips I decided this would be my ideal chance to experiment with the waxing process. DESCRIPTION********************************** A pack of Immac Cold Wax Strips contains 12 single sided wax strips and 4 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/05 (Very useful, 1411 readings)
I have been watching TV a lot and like many you have probably seen a lot of Veet adverts. The woman who is always going around the UK to change Wax Virgins into Wax users. I am sick of this advert and now it has branded people like me who are wax virgins with this title. I decided that today was the day I was going to lose my virginity to Veet and so it began. I am not the bravest girl in the world and get scared when here is a slight warning on a product. I don't want to wax my legs so I decided to go for probably the most difficult place and decided to do my bikini line. I thought it sounded a bit scary and you always hear people tell you never get your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/05 (Very useful, 499 readings)
Being a man of the shaven headed variety, as well as a self confessed lazy sod; I am always looking for ways to avoid shaving my head every morning. Those 15 minutes propped up at the bathroom mirror with my trusted Philishave could surely be spent more constructively, i.e. in bed asleep. So I stumbled on the brilliant idea of waxing my head. A few minutes of applying big bits of selotape to my head and pulling them off would result in up to 4 weeks of a head as smooth as a billiard ball. This could be the answer to my hair related prayers. A trip to Tescos later I was in possession of a pack of Veet, (formerly known as Immac), “20 Quick and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/05, updated on 17/07/05 (Very useful, 1289 readings)
Immac has changed it's name to Veet and has recently been pushing it's waxing products through TV advertising. To be honest, I've always fancied an alternative to shaving as I'm extremely clumsy and tend to come out the bath looking like an extra from a horror movie with blood spurting out of tiny gashes all over my legs. As if that's not bad enough, my hair is dark so even when shaved you can tend to see little dark pinpoints of hair on my leg and I have to shave my legs every day if I'm intending wearing shorts or a skirt or such like. I was tempted by the advertising promising that waxing isn't half as painful as everyone cracks it up to be and by the fact ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Immac Wax Strips
Gillette SensorExcel - Saves well leaving soft, smooth skin. Hair grows back too quickly.
Gillette SensorExcel Blades - Not too expensive, does the job well Might not be the "perfect shave"
Immac Warm Wax - A more economincal way of waxing than going to the salon, Wax spreads on easily and smoothly, Legs are hair free for ages The pain could be compared to childbirth...
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