Veet 3 Minute Hair Removal Cream Reviews
Product Type: Veet Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Veet / Spray / Type: Hair Cream / Subcategory: Hair Removal / Skin type: for dry skin / What it does: Smoothes, ... more
Veet 3 Minute Hair Removal Cream ... Protects / It's the magic of depilatory cream¨all you need is warm water and the easy-to-squeeze lotion tube / Sweet almond and mineral oils leave your skin silky smooth, sexy and ready for anything / Because depilatory cream dissolves rather than cuts hair, your unwanted hair takes much longer to grow back than with shaving, and there's no stubbly regrowth / Enjoying long-lasting silky skin has never been easier or quicker / Uncap the magic of Veet 3 Minute Hair Removal Cream and you're soon out the door¨smooth and stress-free / Veet 3 Minute Hair Removal Cream is available in two varieties: With Shea Butter and Lily petals to bring softness to dry skin, by moisturising, protecting and regenerating the skin / With Lotus Milk and Jasmine to gently revive and hydrate normal skin /
Newest Review: ... and make me sore at times so I needed a pain free alternative. I actually saw an advert for veet 3 minute hair removal and ... more
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Customer Veet 3 Minute Hair Removal Cream Reviews (28)
by - written on 25/09/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I bought this hair removal cream to try out as I was sick of shaving and the hair coming back the day after. I wanted something that would keep me smooth for a bit longer and I've heard that hair removal creams are supposed to give much longer lasting results. I picked up a 100ml tube of the 'Lotus milk & Jasmine' variant for £4.69 in Boots. It comes in a box which has the tube of cream and a plastic applicator. The tube has a screw on lid that fastens nice and tight so you don't need to worry about it spilling everywhere. It also fastens tightly enough that you can't smell the cream when the tube is fastened. To use the cream you apply it with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/11, updated on 14/08/12 (Very useful, 117 readings)
Did you know that the hair removal business is worth 2 billion pounds in the UK alone?! Hair raising, isn't it?! There are many different methods available, from traditional shaving and waxing, to epilation, laser removal and also, hair removal creams. Generally, I have always stuck to the use of creams as I am not a fan of wincing in pain from having my legs waxed (okay okay how would I know if I've never had them done? - Having my eyebrows waxed was enough to know). There is also the matter of cost, and how long the results last. Each to their own, but for me I prefer to use a hair removal cream on my legs, especially if I am going away and need the results to last as . Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I decided that after around 10 years of constantly shaving my legs that I would try something different because the majority of the time the blades cut my legs up and bleed for at least 10-15mins!! This was on special offer when I bought it - I purchased the Shea Butter & Lily Petals to restore that softness of my skin. I got home read through the instructions and began my new regime........It's so easy to use and now while Im leaving it to work its magic for 3 minutes Im either applying a face mask, doing my hair, exfoliating or something else out of my Sunday afternoon beauty regime :) At first I was a bit like......'ermmmmm, this is messy, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/11 (Very useful, 88 readings)
How to remove unwanted hair is always a problem for women. I started off using depilatory creams to remove the hair from my legs and underarms but that was back in the days when the cream smelt disgusting and I soon started using a razor instead. However, over the years I have moved between razors, waxing, depilatory machine (painful!) and back to creams again. When my teenage daughter asked the best way to remove the hair from her under arms and legs I suggested hair removal cream as I thought that there would be less accidents than with a razor and less painful than waxing. Whilst buying it for her I decided to try it again too. As her skin can sometimes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/11 (Very useful, 130 readings)
I have dark auburn hair and so any body hair that I have tends to also be dark which means it has to be removed. I have an epilator for my legs, a Ladyshave for my underarms and I use Veet cream on my upper lip. To give it it's full name the cream is Veet 3 Minute Hair Removal Cream and currently 100ml of this cream will set you back £4.38 in Boots, although there is an offer on whereby if you buy one you can get another at half price. I find that it is very good value as, since I only use it on my top lip, a tube lasts for ages. The cream comes in a soft squeezable tube with a twist off plastic lid. I have had my tube for some time now but I think ... Read the complete review
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