Veet Warm Wax Jars Reviews
Product Type: Veet Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Veet / Laser / Sugar / Type: Wax / Laser / Sugar / Subcategory: Wax / What it does: Smoothes, destresses, / Veet Warm Wax is perfect for the experienced home waxer / Long lasting results, which leave skin silky smooth for up to 4 weeks are achievable ... more
Veet Warm Wax Jars ... with the indulgence of beautifully scented waxes / There's also no mess, because Veet Warm Wax is sugar based so any residues can be easily rinsed off with water / Veet Warm Wax is available in 2 delicate aromas that exude a relaxing fragrance when heated: Warm Wax with Pure Essential Oil - relaxing and calming combination of lavendar, orange leaves, orange and citrus / Warm Wax with Green Tea Extracts - revitalising and refreshing Green Tea /
Newest Review: ... will certainly last me 10 - 15 applications (if I ever decide to use it again). As a waxing newbie I really struggled with ... more
Customer Veet Warm Wax Jars Reviews (10)
by - written on 08/11/11, updated on 18/04/12 (Very useful, 198 readings)
The most effective and long lasting method of getting rid of unwanted hair is quite simply to remove it from the root. It was upon contemplating this that I bought my first pot of Veet Warm Wax a couple of years ago. I had, for over a year been going to my local salon to get hair waxed off; however with the recession biting I decided to buy my own wax to see how it would fare. At the time a pot of this wax could be bought for £8, a bargain I thought. The Product ~ This Veet warm wax comes pre-packaged in a neat little brown cardboard box. Upon lifting the lid you are presented with a small tub of cold wax which measures 250ml in quantity, 12 non ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 857 readings)
I usually shave my legs, as my one and only attempt at waxing aged 14 turned out terribly and put me off completely... (very painful and wax ended up caked to my legs!) However, I am now in my late twenties and am thoroughly sick of shaving! I have dark hair and pale skin, so shaving regrowth looks awful and I wanted a longer term solution. On my last shopping trip, I decided to buy a Veet warm wax kit from - as it was half price from Sainsburys. On opening the box, there was an instruction leaflet and 12 fabric strips in a little clear plastic bag, then underneath that was a decent-sized jar of wax. The jar was larger than ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 325 readings)
As I am a fairly busy mother of four I like to try and treat myself from time to time and keep on top of looking after myself as well so that I am always looking nice. One of the things that I like to do is have my legs waxed but it's a little bit time consuming and costly to have it done at a salon so I usually just have a jar of Veet Warm Wax in the cupboard for the days when I have an hour to myself and want to do something nice to boost my confidence. Each product contains a jar of wax (250ml), some fabric strips and a spatula. The spatula is very handy as it has a little temperature bit that tells you when the wax is ready to use by being blue if it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/09 (Very useful, 1199 readings)
A male colleague at work volunteered to have his legs waxed to raise money for comic relief and nominated me to be the one to do the waxing!! Being a man and having very long leg hair I knew that I would have to get a good waxing product to remove the long hairs!! I took a trip to Tesco to see what was on offer; it was here that I saw the Veet (formerly known as Immac) warm wax jar. It cost £8.95 for a 250ml jar; I thought this would be more effective than the wax strips so decided to purchase this. The box itself is square and peach in colour with the Veet logo on the top, it also states that is contains invigorating green tea which is supposed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/09, updated on 28/08/11 (Very useful, 553 readings)
I am not the biggest fan of shaving and prefer to wax my legs whenever I can afford the little extra cash. Inside the cardboard box you will receive one jar of 250ml of wax, fabric strips for applying and pulling off hair, a spatula which has a built in temperature indicator and the instruction leaflet. To use the wax you will need to remove the lid and open it and then place it in the microwave for around 45 seconds (depending on your microwave wattage) and then you can use the spatula to test if the wax is the correct temperature meaning you can avoid burning yourself. The dipper will stay blue if the correct temperature and if the wax is too hot ... Read the complete review
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