Nair Brazilian Spa Clay Shower Cream Review
I regularly shave/laser the hair on my legs, but I tend to like using hair remover on my *ahem* intimate parts. I find that you get longer results and less irritation this way, and with bikini season coming up I was happy to get the Nair Brazilian Spa Clay hair removal products to try out. I was curious as to how they would differ from Nair's other hair removers- and here's what I discovered.
I expected the formula to be clay like, but in fact the product had a light melba orange colour to it, which I liked. There was very little smell as well, which is a godsend as I hate the pungent hair remover smell that often pervades a room.
You apply it with the provided spatula wait a few minutes and then remove with the spatula with a maximum of 10 minutes on the skin. It didn't sting when it went on and had a nice creamy consistency to it.
Results wise, I washed the cream off after the amount of time suggested and most of it came away. I could have waited a little longer, but wanted to stay in the advised 10 minutes. I did need to use a razor to tidy up a few bits, but overall the effect was great, and I had no irritation.
The cream uses some unusal ingredients (in the hair removal market) which include clay, mango butter and acai palm. The smell was pretty nothing-y though, which is what you want with a cream like this, and I'm guessing the mango butter accounted for the orange colour.
Overall this hair removal cream was effective and I liked that it had no strong smell. I'm not sure I understand why this is 'Brazilian Spa Clay' (maybe alluding to the Brazilian bikini line?) but leaving that aside, the product does what it says on the bottle, which is all you can hope for really.