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Nair Shower Power Max Women Hair Remover, 13 Ounce

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  • Cream for legs and body
  • Works even on coarse hair
  • Works while you shower
  • With soothing lavender and vitamin E
  • Effective on coarse, thick hair
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Product Description

Size: Pack of 1

Works while you shower!
Cream for Legs and Body
Effective even on Course Hair
With Soothing Lavender & Vitamin E
Just a Shower Away from Smooth, Radiant Skin
Smooth Skin Lasts Longer than Shaving
Specially Designed Sponge for Effective Hair Removal


Product Details

Size: Pack of 1
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 2 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003IXKPHY
  • UPC: 022600233077
  • Item model number: 11oz Pump
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,375 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Important Information

Ingredients
Water, Urea, Mineral Oil, Potassium Thioglycolate, Calcium Hydroxide, Cetearyl Alcohol, Ceteareth-20, Lanolin, Sodium Hydroxide, Silica, Propylene Glycol, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Extract, Tocopherol, Fragrance.

Directions
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

And I don't even have thick leg hair!
Trivettrivet
My underarms got extremely irritated and red, and my legs still itch like mad several hours later.
Rachel
Please don't waste your money on this product.
bc123

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By carrblack on July 20, 2012
Size Name: Pack of 1
I agree with AnimeChrisy - I use this only in the bikini area with Brazilian Wax results. I am baby-smooth afterward. Ladies, make sure not to get it inside your private parts, as it will burn. However, I am very careful, and have only had that happen once. I have never found a cream that works well on my legs, so I haven't even bothered using the Shower Formula Nair as it is intended. This bottle contains many Brazilian "waxes" - you will not run out very quickly.

There is a sponge with egg-crate bumps on one side, and flat on the other. You smear on the cream with the flat side. Around sensitive areas, I use fingers rather than the sponge. I wait one minute (sometimes 1.5 minutes), then get in the shower and make an effort not to stand directly under the water. I wash my hair and wrap it up in conditioner, then I remove the cream with the bumpy side of the sponge. Never, ever scrub, because it will burn. Wipe in one direction, each time rinsing the sponge, until you remove most all of cream. Then bathe as usual. Yes, it stinks, like all hair-removal creams that I have found. But I got over it, because it is worth it to not have to "spread 'em" and experience a painful Brazilian wax.

DO NOT USE THIS ON YOUR FACE if you are using glycolic products (or any other exfoliating products). I burned myself. As I said before, I use it on other delicate areas with no troubles, but my microdermabrased and exfoliated skin couldn't handle it.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Kita on July 1, 2011
Size Name: Pack of 1
I'd been trying to find a depilatory that would actually work on thick/course hair and I saw that this supposedly did, so I decided to give it a try. I wish I had looked for reviews before trying this. I've never had reactions to depilatories in the past - at worst, just some minor irritation that went away after a couple of hours - but I have sensitive skin, so I did the patch test as it instructed (did it for 10 minutes, on the underside of my arm, as that's the most sensitive area and I wasn't planning on using this on my arms; good thing, too). No problems. But apparently a small section wasn't a good enough indication.

I put it on both my legs, exactly as instructed; not 5 minutes later, as I was about to get into the shower, I noticed some dark spots appearing in the cream. I was confused for a moment, then realized it was blood. I hurried to wash it off (almost slipping several times in the process, thanks to this stuff) but I was too late. My legs were already burned. And to make matters worse, none of the hair had come off. Apparently, I'm not the only one who has had that problem (with the burning, anyway). How did this stuff make it to the market?

Don't waste your money. This stuff doesn't work the way it says it does and it will probably just end up burning your skin.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. ADAMS on June 22, 2010
Size Name: Pack of 1
1st let me say that I used this product EXACTLY how the directions said and it worked perfectly. I have found that other creams still leave stray hairs and hairs on the feet. This doesn't on me. It is a bit pricey but I have also found that I go longer between uses. I start to get stubbles on day 7 or 8. Not too smelly either. I do use a heavily smelling soap after product is off in order not to smell like the nair product. This works well for the odor. If you skip the smelly soap step then you will smell the nair until your next shower :(

The only flaw.....In order for you to get good coverage you'll end up using half the bottle for both legs! It looks like a lot because it's the biggest nair product on the shelf but don't let that fool you! It is good for 2 uses maybe you could get it to last 3 uses if you only do your lower legs. I do the entire leg so maybe thats why I am only getting 2 uses. Anyways, it's worth a try for hard to remove hair.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Trivettrivet on June 14, 2013
Size Name: Pack of 1
Here's the brief review.
What you think this product will do: remove hair from your legs.
What it actually does: not remove hair, burns your body in every place it touches, and burns away your will to live, leaving you in a still-hairy, shocked state of terror and disgust.

And here's the longer version.
Nair recommends that you apply and remove their cream in a small area on your body before using it for real. Since I don't have super-sensitive skin, I thought to myself, "Aw, that's a waste of time! I'll be fine." This was an unwise decision. So, I put the stuff on outside the shower, as per the instructions. I've never used a product like this before, I wasn't alarmed by the slight tingling on my knees. I figured that was normal. I got into the shower. I waited a few minutes, feeling increasingly uncomfortable. My skin was beginning to burn. Then I started in with that tiny sponge.

The first problem I encountered was that the cream smells like horse piss, which added to the unpleasantness of the experience. The second problem with the sponging-off process is that as soon as I began rubbing the stuff off, the sponge quickly became saturated with the lather, so I had to keep rinsing and squeezing it out - difficult to do, because I was trying to keep the sponge low in the shower to prevent any of the Napalm-esque formula from splashing back at any other body parts (I shudder to think of the havoc this could wreak on one's.. unmentionables). The third problem is that using a piece of glorified sandpaper on legs that already feel like they're been torched causes a kind of agony that I can't express without stringing together half a dozen curse words.
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