Veet Sensitive Skin Hair Removal Cream Reviews
Product Type: Veet Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Veet / Spray / Type: Hair Cream / Subcategory: Hair Removal / What it does: Smoothes, / Veet Sensitive Skin Hair ... more
Veet Sensitive Skin Hair Removal Cream ... Removal Cream was developed especially for women with sensitive skin / It works mildly and safely on even the most delicate skin types and is clinically proven to minimize irritation / Simply apply onto your skin, wait 5 minutes, and remove cream and hair with the Perfect Touch spatula / Not only do the results last up to twice as long as shaving, the Veet Sensitive Skin Hair Removal Cream specially treats hair so that re-growth is softerùwhen it eventually does grow back / For an even sexier smoothness, the cream contains Wheat-germ Oil and Orchid to moisturize and condition the skin /
Newest Review: ... at all and after around five to eight minutes (on average) the hair has been removed. Veet recommend scraping it off bit by ... more
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Customer Veet Sensitive Skin Hair Removal Cream Reviews (40)
by - written on 08/08/13, updated on 08/08/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
This hair removal cream is the one which I've been using for the past couple of months. It is the only one so far that my skin hasn't had a nasty reaction to so it definitely lives up to the sensitive claims. I bought my first tube of it from Superdrug as it was on offer at the time at £5 for a 200ml tube. The usual retail price for the same sized tube is around £7.50 which isn't cheap but I do think it is worth it and I paid full price for my second tube as I couldn't find it on offer anywhere. A larger 400ml version is also available for around £12 and this comes in a large pump bottle, and a smaller 100ml version is available too and this just comes in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/13 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Veet hair removal is a cream that you apply to remove unwanted hair from your body with this sensitive version for those with delicate skin. Veet was formerly called Immac. The price varies depending on where you buy this product and I have found it anywhere between £2-£4 but have seen it on deals quite often in most supermarkets. Packaging The sensitive version of this brand comes in a light blue box and you will see the word sensitive on the front of the packaging. The packaging of Veet products is always very distinctive with the word 'Veet' in large letters on the front. The packaging also has all the usual information for a product of this kind - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/12 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I hadn't used hair removal cream for at least 15 years as I never had much success with it. This summer I was looking at the hair removal products in Boots and bought some Veet sensitive hair removing cream thinking that in 15 years hair removal cream must have vastly improved, however after taking it home and trying it I soon realised that hair removal cream was rather icky, and from what I can remember there has been little improvement. The cream comes in a tub and you squeeze the thick white cream out onto the provided spatulas and then spread it onto your legs. I found getting it onto my legs very time consuming and difficult to get an even spread. It's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I've only recently got into using hair removal cream properly and having used this Veet cream for a while now I thought I'd share my opinion with you. I used to always shave my legs and other body hair because I found this the easier and most time effective method for me. In the last few years though I've noticed that shaving can really irritate my skin and leave me with red patches. I've also always really hated when the hair grows back and is spiky and itchy for a week or so. I find that my issue is time. I have four jobs currently and a full time degree course (though we are on summer at the moment) and so I do find it difficult to make time for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
So I decided to try this out because I was pretty bored of shaving my legs all the time and it was on offer really cheap in Tesco, I got the sensitive skin one because it was the only one in stock. It comes in a toothpaste like tube and has a little pink plastic hair remover, it looks like a mini weird spatula or something! I applied the cream all over my legs and waited the amount indicated, although I find it best to leave it on for as long as you can which is 10minutes for it to work properly. There is no itchy or tingly feeling from the cream and I often forget I've even put it on. I don't particularly like the smell of it very much, it's not ... Read the complete review
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