Nair • brazilian spa clay cream reviews • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||77%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
I've been using the Nair cream on my upper lip since high school. It gets the job done and I wanted to try the new line. Like the original, this product stops working for me and just stings if left sitting for a few months. I wish it lasted longer, since I only have to use it once every month or so and end up throwing away alot of product/
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I really like this for what it is. It does its job. Doesn't smell awful and doesn't overly irritate my face. I get fine blonde hir all over my face and neck and this gets rid of it in 5 minutes. I left it on for too long once and my skin as fine. The packaging is too cute, will def repurchase!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
Loved it! Waxing the hair off my abs and arms isn't the greatest option since it grows darker.
I purchased this because of the convenient sponge and was happy to discover that the smooth side of the sponge is used to apply the lotion and the bumpy side is used to remove the hair.
I applied, waited a bit less than 10 minutes and hopped in the shower.
I have smooth arms and abs.
I usually shave my legs but I plan in trying this on them sometime to see how long will take to need to shave again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I bought this after reading all the positive reviews. I have really dark, suborn leg hair. It grows back the same day after shaving, so I didn't expect much. I applied this the way as directed, but it only make the hairs smaller, but it burned reeeeally bad. It worked well on my arms and lower back, but that's the only area I can use this. The smell is still that nasty nair stench, but I can't expect any hair removing cream to smell like anything but bleach or chemicals.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Dark Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I SO wanted to love this product. It went on easily, smelled nice, removed hair VERY well, and left my face super smooth. Alas, 8 hours later, my jawlines on both sides are itching/burning and I have a raised rash/irritaiton in that area. Does ANYONE out there know of a facial hair remover that does not irritate sensitive skin? I cannot find the Sally Hansen sensitive skin formula that I used previously w/out any problems.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I've never used Nair before on my face, but I have used Nair on my legs and arms. I decided to try this to get rid of some small hairs above my upper lip because tweezing was too painful.
I really liked this! It didn't smell as chemical-y as other Nair products but it still smelled a little like chemicals. I put it on at night while I was brushing my teeth & getting ready for bed. There was no stinging or burning, as I sometimes felt when I used other Nair products on my arms/legs. 5 minutes later, wiped off the cream and the hair was gone. My skin turned a little bit red but after I went to sleep & woke up in the morning, no redness at all & my upper lip was soooo smooth!!
I definitely recommend this & will repurchase.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Why is it that as we age, we loose the last third of our beloved eyebrows and flirt with the uni-brow and upper lip hair that would make Pancho Villa proud? I have always used at-home hair removers after a salon waxing that rivaled natural childbirth on the pain scale. This formula is quite gentle and very effective. Unlike some others (Pancho and I have tried them all) the Brazilian clay does the whole job without a horrible smell and irritation. I use my finger for application, but the tipped applicator is nice, too.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I was sick and tired of all of tugging and pulling that came with waxing and wasting 10 to 15 dollars a visit was becoming such a joke. So, I did my research and came across this cream. I was super excited to try it so I ran out and bought it as soon as I could. Application was easy! The tube has a slanted edge (like a squeezy lip gloss tube) which is a nice added touch for sanitation, but I found it easier to put the product on my finger and apply it to the desired area. I left it on for 5 minutes, as stated in the directions, and it did an amazing job on my upper lip. The upper lip has always been my problem area, and I was so suprised that it did so well that I did my eyebrows too!!! I'm still waiting for the redness to go down, but I always have that problem no matter what product I use. I'm really pleased with this Nair product because the last one I used were the wax strips that you rub between your palms to "warm up". Those are a big epic fail...get this cream instead, it was cheaper than the strips (at least in my area) and you get way more product. I love this and will definitely introduce it to my sister who is a fellow peach fuzz sufferer!!!
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
Wow! I was surprised that MUA didn't have hair removers in the database. Hey. I know it is sort of a taboo beauty subject but...here goes: I get my upper lip waxed regularly and sometimes it gets a little rough. I needed something a little less harsh. Also, I'm getting fuzzy peach fuzz on my chin. Who needs that anyway? Ugh!. I want my whole face nice and smooth. While toiletry shopping the other day, I came across this Nair Brazilian Clay Face Cream. It was less than six dollars so I figured what the heck? It's still cheaper than waxing....
The applicator was very logically designed. The product comes in a squeeze tube with an angled applicator. Very much like a tube of lip gloss. It is a very "clean" application and not messy at all. It is advised to apply in a thickish layer which was easy peasy. Leave on for 5 to 10 minutes. Wipe off with damp cloth and rinse face.
I applied as instructed and waited. The scent isn't as bad as I thought. It still has that Nair-y scent, but not as strong. After about six minutes I wiped off with one of those circular cotton pads. I did not want to wipe off with a damp cloth as I'm paranoid about getting THAT kind of product on a cloth that I re-use. I rinsed and washed the product off and it worked really well. I had a bit of redness on my upper lip that dissappeared after a minute or so. It worked wonders on my chin fuzz. I definitely will re-purchase. It is just easier and more convenient to do this at home than have to traipse into the nail place to get waxed. Thank you for reading this review and have a nice day!