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  • Sally Hansen All Over Body Wax Hair Removal Kit, Net.WT 6oz/170g
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Sally Hansen All Over Body Wax Hair Removal Kit, Net.WT 6oz/170g

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  • Smart wax grabs hair, not skin
  • Removes coarse hair
  • Reduces look of hair regrowth
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Important Information

Safety Warning
Read and follow enclosed directions and cautions carefully before proceeding. Do not use if you suffer from any medical condition that may be affected by compromised skin. Consult a doctor before use if you suffer from any skin related disorder, circulatory issues or diabetes.
For external use only.
Keep out of reach of children.

Extra Strength All-Over Wax Hair Removal Wax Ingredients: Glyceryl hydrogenated rosinate, triethylene glycol hydrogenated rosinate, carthamus tinctorius (safflower) seed oil, ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, parfum/fragrance, benzyl benzoate, tocopheryl acetate, propylparaben, retinyl palmitate, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, paraffinum liquidum/mineral oil/huile minerale, camellia oleifera leaf extract, macrocystis pyrifera extract, orchis maculata flower extract, citrus aurantium dulcis ...

IMPORTANT: Read and follow enclosed directions and cautions carefully before proceeding.For External Use Only.

Product Description

This smart wax grabs hair, not skin, and whisks away even coarse hair effectively and gently for up to 8 weeks. Natural botanicals help relax and soften hair at the root for easy, complete removal. Orchid and marine extracts are known to moisture and soften skin, firm and nourish, and help calm and soothe.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 3.1 x 5.4 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002BWTW5E
  • UPC: 074170229752
  • Item model number: 5037
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,021 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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I may be using too much wax???
This product removed the hair no problem, but it also removed half of my skin while i tried to get the wax off.
Tips to get off skin: -- baby oil: rub it over the wax, using a washcloth will quicken the process, rinse.
Lang Ding

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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By YingWei on March 26, 2013
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I've noticed that alot of people were giving this product a bad review but after reading their comments I figured that most of the reviewers didn't know a simple trick to make this wax worth your money. So I'm posting it now.

Items you need before using this product:
- Baby powder
- Kleenix/tissue paper
- bowl of hot water (enough water to surround the wax container to keep it warm) if you don't have a wax warmer
-the product itself (oil, wax, paper strips & wooden stick)

1- Warm up the wax to make it semi-liquid in the microwave (usually a few second does the trick), use the wooden stick to stir the wax [Please note: you don't want the wax to be runny like water, should be like a pasty consistency that's a little runny]

2- Place the wax container in the bowl of hot water to keep wax warm

3- Use a Kleenix/tissue paper to pat the area you want waxed with baby powder so you have a white layer of powder on that area (helps prevent the wax from sticking to your skin)

4- Spread the wax onto the powdered area and immediately put a paper strip over the wax (slightly patting it onto the wax)

5- When the wax is not so warm/ thick (a couple seconds later after putting the paper strip on) pull the strip quickly in the opposite direction of the way your hair is growing [it's going to hurt not going to lie but if you do it fast enough it's not that bad, just think of your new hairless skin when you pull]. If you aren't fast with your hands, having someone else (friend, spouse, family member, etc...) will make pulling the strip less stressful.

6- Repeat steps 3-5, the powdering of your skin where ever you plan to wax to prevent pulling off your skin.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By G. Wilson on May 23, 2011
I have thick, hard to remove hair and with other kinds of wax (even from Sally Hansen) I get lots of hair and residue left behind. This is the only wax that makes my armpits presentable! For me, the trick is using baby powder to make the area as dry as possible before I apply the wax.

1) Clean the underarms first to remove any deodorant residue. I use hydrogen peroxide but rubbing alcohol or a good loofah-scrubbing in the shower would probably also work
2) Use a bone-dry washcloth or towel to dry them as much as possible
3) Spread/rub in a layer of baby powder on each underarm area after drying and immediately before applying the wax
4) Spread the wax on in as thin a layer as possible over the baby powder
5) Smooth the strip on in the same direction as the hair
6) Rip off the strip in the opposite direction as the hair, as close to the skin as possible (across, not up).
I do steps 4-6 in two parts for each underarm - first the lower part, where my hair grows down (and I pull the strip upward), then again for the upper part where my hair grows up (and I pull the strip downward).
7) Last, *after* the whole underarm is done, rub in the finishing oil.

I've been using this for years, and both my underarms are done in less than 10 minutes including wax microwaving time.

* Use the oil to "prepare" the area before waxing! This is a terrible idea, it will make it much harder for the wax to grip your hair.
* Use too much wax, this will just make it harder to pull the strip and harder for the wax to pull out your hair.
* Skip the baby powder step! For me, putting the wax over a smoothed-on layer of baby powder makes it less painful and more effective on the hair.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Claire on August 6, 2010
As a seasoned home waxer I have to say that one star is way too much for this product! It is HORRIBLE! I moved to the States from the UK, where I am used to a wax that washes off easily with warm water, and real cotton strips that you can rinse then put in the washing machine and use again and again. Having run out of my British stuff I turned to Sally Hansen as a name that I recognized from other American products. BIG MISTAKE! Like all the other one star reviews say, it sticks like glue and the only way to get it off is with the tiny bottle of oil that comes with it. After one use on just my bikini line, I am out of oil and have no way of getting the stickiness off of just about everything in my bathroom!! The strips that come with it are some sort of paper derivative, and completely useless! And with how you have to tug to get them off, I am left with bruises and raw patches of skin despite using baby powder in preparation, as I always do.

One star will cover the fact that it does have a nice hot fudge type smell, and it comes with about 5 or 6 spatulas. However, that is because you can only use each spatula once as you can't wash them and use them again. If I was keeping this product and using up the whole tub, I would be out of spatulas about half way through the wax. Thankfully, the almost full tub, is firmly in the trash with the spatulas saved for another waxing kit. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!

Can anyone recommend an American waxing kit like my kit from the UK that I described?
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