I used nair and I left it on for 5 minutes. Apparently I got a rash from it (only on one leg) and I want to get it away by Tuesday. Any suggestions? I probably should stick with shaving from now on .
Hair remover problems - I’ve tried Nair and veet hair removal for my legs.and neither of them work. I’ve applied both wet and both dry and still no hair is being removed. It says its sappose to be removed in 3 minutes, and not to exceed over 6 minutes…so I left it on for 6 minutes..still no luck! So
Why shouldn’t you exceed 10 minutes when you use hair removal cream - I’ve used hair removal cream twice now and the first time i used it i left it on for around 7 minutes and when i took it off my legs there was still hair remaining on my shins. The second time i used it i left it for 9 and a half minutes but it
Removing facial hair - I threaded the hairs on my face once, but it left me with a very bad rash. I really don’t want to shave because I REALLY don’t want the 5′oclock shadow.Is there anything else I can try?Threading worked best for me, but left a visible red rash.
Nada hair removal cream didn’t work, now what - Im in the shower now, and i have applied nads hair removal cream onto one of my legs so far and ive left it on for 10 minutes and it hasnt worked! What do i do? I dont think i can re apply it, and i cant shave or wax or ill get a rash
Is this a chemical Burn? PLZ ANSWER - Yesterday I used Nair hair remover for face, chin Upper lip it said to not exceed over 10 Minutes and i left it on for 8 Minutes and i took it off and my face was burning from the water and soap so i went to sleep and the next day my face today is
Does icing a burn caused by Nair help reduce redness - I need help ASAP.I used the Nair facial hair remover on my upper lip and I left it on for three minutes.My lip is all red and burns.Does icing help
What the best way to get rid of hair - I tried hair removal cream but it didn’t remove it completely and left little stubbly bits. I would try shaving but I don’t want to get shaving rash or stubble. Is there any way around it?I have a very low pain threshold so waxing is out.What do you do, and what do men prefer