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Hair Removal Methods.......

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Hello all... Just wondered if anybody had any advice on the above subject..
Wanted to know the best products out there for hair removal on the Legs...
Wax ..Hair Removal Creams...Razors...
Are there any samples out there..
What are the best products to use that keep your legs hair free for more than a day... ?
Any help would be much appreciated before i go spending a fortune on trying them all..
Thanks In advance =)

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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suspended#1
I get waxed as i find it makes everything the smoothest. I alwasy cut myself if i shave and i think removal creams smell odd x
#2
I get waxed except for my arm pits.....I just can't bare the thought of that and there is hardly anything there anyway lol...ughh i can't belive I am willing to discuss that lol
#3
My Mum put me off hair remover creams when I was younger,she told me she bought Immac once and it skinned her legs,think it's called Veet now.
I shave with bic razor,do cut myself occasionly,not been bothering much lately as finding it hard to stand in shower and shave my legs cos pregnant. I could sit in the bath but I don't want to irritate and start pregnancy thrush with use of shaving foam mingling in with the water etc.
Not tried any wax strips etc,they expensive.
I'd get my partner to do it but he probably cut me,he did my toe nails other wk and did 1 too short and was sore for a few days!
Disposable razors are cheapest way.
#4
I use a lady shave it's quick and easy and lasts as long as anything else that iv'e tried
#5
jeany123
I use a lady shave it's quick and easy and lasts as long as anything else that iv'e tried


Do you not find you are left with stubble and have to shave all the time though?
#6
Ive tried wax but its way too sore lol
I bought an epilator....it was sore also so I sold it
The creams are ok
I use a razor most often and not the cheap ones as they cut you more
There is a mitt (cant remmember the name off hand) it buffs the hairs off and leaves legs silky smooth, used it once and cantt find again :(
#8
sheep
#9
yummymummy2202
Ive tried wax but its way too sore lol
I bought an epilator....it was sore also so I sold it
The creams are ok
I use a razor most often and not the cheap ones as they cut you more
There is a mitt (cant remmember the name off hand) it buffs the hairs off and leaves legs silky smooth, used it once and cantt find again :(


Silkymitt?

I've used them in the past.not bad.
#10
Wax for me !!
Except legs .........venus or venus devine whichever blades are cheapest at the time lol
#11
wax all the way, dnt no about makes though sorry.
#12
I use an epilator on my legs. It hurts first couple of times you use it, but you do get use to it. only thing I don't like is your legs always feel a little bit stubbly, well mine do, but you can't see hairs for a good couple of weeks. I don't like wax.
banned#13
ChipSticks
I use an epilator on my legs. It hurts first couple of times you use it, but you do get use to it. only thing I don't like is your legs always feel a little bit stubbly, well mine do, but you can't see hairs for a good couple of weeks. I don't like wax.


i use one too, an it doesnt leave them smooth
#14
Always used to shave but got annoyed that after a couple of days they needed doing again, tried waxing which hurt to start off with but got better but I found I couldn't do it properly myself and professionally it all got too expensive. Invested in an epilator and haven't looked back, takes a few times to get used to it but I hardly feel it at all now and apart from not needing to use it as often ( usually do every 2 weeks), my once very hairy legs and now a lot sparcer and the actual hairs are a lot finer. You do get ingrown hairs but I secretly quite like plucking these out, a bit like squeezing a zit!! Recommended but expect it to hurt the first few times, just stick at it as it does get A LOT easier.
#15
1. soak your hairy area in petrol for 5-10 minutes
2. Apply blow torch.
3. shave off any the flames missed.
#16
bellabonkers
Silkymitt?

I've used them in the past.not bad.


yeh thats it ....silky mitt i'll have to look out again
#17
Waxing gives you in-growing hairs, which is a bit of a bind. .. . Tried an epilator once or twice too - too painful.

Stick to the razor :whistling:
#18
Jed Maxwell
1. soak your hairy area in petrol for 5-10 minutes
2. Apply blow torch.
3. shave off any the flames missed.


Very good - BUT kids dont give me long enough in the bathroom :oops:
#19
mrspatch
Very good - BUT kids dont give me long enough in the bathroom :oops:


You wouldn't want them to think you were having a BBQ without them eh...
#20
bellabonkers
Do you not find you are left with stubble and have to shave all the time though?


no it's fine for me nice and smooth

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