I've used Nair products before, with varying success. I've had some that did a terrible job of removing bodyhair. I've tried some that reacted badly with my skin and caused rashes or (mild) chemical burns. This one works for me very well, though. I've used it below the belt and it gets everything nice and smooth with no irritation. Also doesn't cause the itchiness and irritation I've experienced with shaving (when it starts to grow back). I've used it on my back as well, where I have had minor problems. It's NOT very easy to wash off, as it is very thick. If you place to use it in a hard to reach place, have a helper or soft towel on hand to get it off so you don't burn yourself. I have gotten a mild chemical burn on my back from this. Not sure why that is, since it's only in one spot and not my entire back. Anyway, understand that results may vary, even if they are just different parts of your own body.
I was debating whether to give it 4 stars because it's very thick, which can make it hard to wash off as directed on the bottle. But I decided that it's better to be a little too thick than a little too runny.
I looked every where to find this product in stores (I could only find the version for women). So I purchased on Amazon. To be honest I have tried the one that is designed for women and did not get any different result than I did with the one for men. I like it but will not be buying it again because the female version was cheaper and easier to find locally. I suggest trying both and choosing which works best for you.
This is my second attempt at writing a review for this product. The first was rejected, likely because it contained photos of my chest and stomach.
I was documenting the results of using the product. Namely the remaining bristles, and the chemical burns.
I'll try this again, without the photographic evidence this time.
Nair for Men does not deliver on it's promise. You will not have smooth hairless skin. It's results are on par with a low quality razor. Small hairs will remain, giving you that scratchy prickly feeling when you rub your hands across it.
Chemical burns and "allergic reactions" are possible (if not assured) even if you follow all the warnings written on the label.
I can not in good conscience recommend this product to anyone. I honestly think Amazon should forbid it's sale.
Dunno how I feel about this. It works but is time consuming and only lasts a couple days longer than shaving. I can’t combine it with my shower cause it’s gotta sit, so I have to take time before hand to lube it on and air guitar to AC/DC before I can rinse it off and actually shower... If it was permanent, I’d wear it for days