Now you all know I'm a DIY beauty girl ( some by choice and some by default) and stan for my Nad's Facial Wand Eyebrow Shaper. That thing works wonders and I'm on my 2nd wand as we speak. So, I was excited, curious and SCARED, when given the oppotunity to try Nad's Natural Hair Removal Gel.
We have seen those commercials...looks effortless and fast, right?Here's some basic info on the kit:
Smooth results for up to 6 weeks...
No Heat, Washes Off with Water, Dermatologically Tested.
Nad's Natural Hair Removal Gel not only leaves your skin soft and smooth for weeks, but no also contains nourishing Kiwi and cooling Mint. The original, natural alternative to waxing, it quickly removes unwanted hair by the roots, giving professional results lasting for up to 6 weeks. It's quick, low mess and easy to clean up. The backing strips are fully washable and reusable. Use for Legs, Bikini Line, Underarms, and Arms.
This Kit Contains: 170g (6oz) Nad's Hair Removal Gel with Kiwi & Mint 1 Spatula 4 Nad's Cleansing Wipes 5 Backing Strips Instruction Leaflet
My first try, I read the instructions thoroughly and gave myself plenty of time for trial and error. I did my underarms first, since I needed to shave under there anyway, plus I don't grow much hair under my arms anyway.
I had trouble getting the wax heated all the way through, then it cooled really quick on me. I got it applied, laid on the backing strip....and gave it a good pull. P.A.I.N.!!!! Just like a regular salon waxing!! LOL!
That's all I could think about, painful like regular waxing, but here I was doing it on my own. I did get a very clean pull, so I didn't have to apply the wax again under that arm. I went ahead, braced myself and did the other underarm. It wasn't as clean, perhaps I was still in shock from the initial pain.:/
-a great economic way to get salon waxing, pain and all.:)
-the kit is complete and instructions are through and easy to understand
-the clean up was easy, the wax is washable.
-got a clean underarms in the process.
-had some trouble heating the wax...you can either microwave it or put in it warm water. I did both and it still wasn't heated throughly.
I didn't list the pain as a "con" because people have different pain indexes. Mine is low, very low. lol! Yours might be high.
I also tried it a couple times on my legs...but I couldn't get through it because I'm a damn wuss. Any suggestions on lowering the pain when waxing? Let me know in the comments!!
I received a free product (or products) for review purposes. I did not receive any form of from the company. All opinions are my own and not influenced in anyway. My reviews are my personal and honest opinions