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Guest Lafiel

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I've tried using a couple of nair products to remove my hair but find that even I only do the bare minimum time listed my hairs bleed. This leave bumps behind that hurt for several days. So I'm wondering if anyone has any advice on how to address this.

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I tried that once, but my skin is hypersensative and reacted poorly. Instead the hairs remained byt my skin got all red and irritated. It was essentially purely detrimental to me. Veet however has worked well for me, though I only tried it once.

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I'll have to try and find that one and give it a try, I just don't want to be hurting every time my skin get brushed for a week again. The nair didn't leave me red it actually made the hair follicals bleed.

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I've used nair more than once. each time with different results. First time was smooth as ever, Second time had lots of bumps almost rash like, third time some bumps. Though I did not keep it on the same amount of time each time and used different techniques to remove it.

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Guest Robin Winter

If you're bleeding from it, I strongly suggest you don't use these products again. Try waxing or epilating instead and see how that works for you. Getting a thirty dollar epilator from wal-mart would actually save you tons of money in the long run if you can muster the courage to use it! I swear, it get's 100 times easier after you use it a dozen times or so. You should be able to get at LEAST a year or two out of a cheap epilator (I have a remington, it works great)

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Guest Lafiel

Thank Shilo i want to get one of those to be honest, just don't have that much money to use at one time. Job hunting sucks. Anyways i'll keep my eye out for that right now i've found i can use the hair creams i've tried on my arms and legs with out any issue and it works great. so i'm just shaving my chest and belly as that seems to be where my issues arise. Thanks for all of he advice though and i'll be back when i have more questions.

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