You just apply it to the place you want your hair to be removed, for my case its my upper lip hair. Avoid the mouth and eye area, just let it sit there for 3-4 min and wallah its all gone. For me there is no irratation whatsoever. Love this product and definitely recomment you to try it!
It's SUPPOSED to burn off the hair, but only ends up burning off the skin for most users. That includes me.
It is like Nair for your face; spread the cream over your upper lip or, chin, let it sit for a few minutes then remove, with a moist tissue or, the nubby side of the applicator tip to remove unwanted hair. Or, unwanted skin; when I used it, it burned the skin right off the underside of my chin. It has a very strong chemical smell and is pretty harsh, IMO.
it works by taking a layer of your skin off and if it happens to pick up a few hairs, then that's all.
You take the cream and put it on your upper lip in a nice thick layer and then you leave it there for 3-4 minutes and then wipe off at first it wont come off but wipe a little harder and if it still hasn't come off leave it on for longer
answered 8 months ago
(San Diego California)
Not very well - stick with drugstore brand for the same quality and half the price.
answered 9 months ago
(Suttons Bay, MI)
You smoothe on the cream and the chemicals in the cream burn off the hair. You'll smell the chemicals and feel the burn, but your hair will come off.
answered 9 months ago
(Menlo Park, CA)
This product left my face burned and bright red. One day later it is not any better. I look like I have a severe sun burn.
It's used for upper lip, chin and side burns. DO NOT USE ON EYEBROWS OR NOSE HAIRS!
First, make sure your skin is clean and do not use any astringents or serums prior to using this.
Dab an even layer on preferred area with smooth tip side of the applicator. Leave on for about three minutes but do not exceed 10 minutes! Scoop off mixture with the beaded side of the applicator tip and use a washcloth to wipe off residue.
There is a chance that redness will occur but it does go away. Wait to put on serums, etc. until redness goes away.
If you experience discomfort then wash off with lukewarm water.
answered 10 months ago
this has a built in applicator. sort of like a foundation brush. You will squeeze the bottle a bit until the cream starts to come out and star applying to face or area. every skin is different so the time you can leave it on is from 3 to 10 minutes. Wet a paper towel or hand towel with warm water and remove cream from face. The hair will then come off too. Box says not to use anykind of soap or toner for at least 2 hours. But I do wear moisturizer and it helps my skin.
It doesn't work well. Buy something else.