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1.7-Oz Nair Hair Remover Bikini Cream (Sensitive Formula w/ Green Tea) $2.32 + Free Shipping w/ Prime or on $25+ orders

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products work. but i rather wax
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products work. but i rather wax
Why? I read that Nair works, but people don't like it, and never understood that if you could rub a cream on each day and get rid of unwanted hair without shaving- why doesn't everyone do this?
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Why? I read that Nair works, but people don't like it, and never understood that if you could rub a cream on each day and get rid of unwanted hair without shaving- why doesn't everyone do this?
Had an ex gf use this around my manly bits and 0/10 would not recommend. Stuff burns
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Had an ex gf use this around my manly bits and 0/10 would not recommend. Stuff burns
Did you put it on your balls? I was thinking just on my landing strip
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What is the role of green tea here
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What is the role of green tea here
Remove the excess hair on the tongue when licked off?
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Came here for the comments. Not disappointed, plan to check back.
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Magic Shave Powder is cheaper (even via Prime) and won't give you chemical burns.
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Did you put it on your balls? I was thinking just on my landing strip
Not fun my man, don't try it.
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Why? I read that Nair works, but people don't like it, and never understood that if you could rub a cream on each day and get rid of unwanted hair without shaving- why doesn't everyone do this?
Because rubbing a chemical that dissolves hair all over your giblets is a bad idea.
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Magic Shave Powder is cheaper (even via Prime) and won't give you chemical burns.
Yes, it will. What makes you think depilatories have different mechanisms of action? Irritation regarding this chemical exposure is a function of time and the mechanical state of the skin it is applied to. Magic shave is not magic, I assure you. That said, it is a better deal given that it's not only cheaper, but sold as a dry powder (so you're not paying for water).
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What about hairy legs 🦵? Will this work?
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Wow... I was intrigued by the post and came here to ask if this will work for guys, then I read some dudes are already using these on their privates, bold and painful are the words coming to mind!
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Yes, it will. What makes you think depilatories have different mechanisms of action? Irritation regarding this chemical exposure is a function of time and the mechanical state of the skin it is applied to. Magic shave is not magic, I assure you. That said, it is a better deal given that it's not only cheaper, but sold as a dry powder (so you're not paying for water).
Yeah, I get it; I'm not advocating that people misuse the product. Nair is significantly easier to receive burns from through normal use; it's hardly a comparison.
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