Nair Pretty Naturals Exfoliating Cream Reviews
Product Type: Nair Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Nair / Removal Cream / Type: Cream / Subcategory: Exfoliator / Hair Removal / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Exfoliates,
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Customer Nair Pretty Naturals Exfoliating Cream Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/03/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
For Christmas my mother in law bought me a rather large bag full of toiletries. She does this every year for me which is much appreciated as I hardly have to buy any toiletries for quite some considerable time! One type of product I seem to be inundated with is hair removal products! Whether there was an offer on them or whether she is trying to tell me something I don't really know! Hair removal is part of my daily routine, if I haven't got rid of it first thing every morning than I tend to feel a little grubby all day. Generally I opt for a shaving cream and a razor although I have dabbled with waxing and hair removal creams. One item I found in my toiletry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/10, updated on 09/08/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
When it comes to using hair removal creams I really should have learnt a lesson by now! I buy them, use them once and then realise that I have wasted my money (and time!) cos not once have they given me hair free bits! However the other day in Boots I was once again drawn into buying yet another hair removal product, because it was on offer at the time at £3.33 instead of the usual price of £4.99 a tube and I decided that as it was a new product it had to be worth a go...who knows maybe this would work I thought! The Packaging: 150ml see-through and orange plastic squeezy tube that has a twist on/off cap to the bottom of it concealing a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/10, updated on 30/06/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
My regular method for hair removal on the body (not the face) is using a disposable razor. As I remove hair on my legs and underarms I find that using a razor is quick and easy although it tends to leave skin a little bit raw and red, especially on my legs. When I fleetingly use hair removal cream as part of a girly pampering ritual prior to a big event it's always been Veet products as I'm familiar with their products and also use their wax strips for facial hair removal. I have recently been given the opportunity from a consumer product test company, BzzAgent, to try out Veet's major rival product, Nair Pretty Naturals. This is a hair removal cream suitable ... Read the complete review
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Nair Sensitive Formula Ultra Hair Removal Cream - Leaves legs feeling softer, no cuts, removes hair easily Time consuming, a bit messy and potentially harmful to your skin if left on for too long
Nair Tough Hair Removal Cream - Erm..... removed a little bit of hair and left skin a little bit soft Left me really hairy and was slightly stingy when in use
Nair Pretty Naturals Hair Removal Gel Refreshing Effect - Removes hair Doesn't refresh
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