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    Michelle Doherty
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    Registered On: January 1, 2022
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    Hi girls

    So yesterday, I used Veet Hair Removal on my arms.

    I read and followed the instructions very carefully, as it warns of skin reactions. I applied the cream liberally, spreading it all over my arms, shoulders and belly button area, using my hands. Waited 5 minutes, tried using the tool provided to remove the cream/hair, but it is useless really, so put on an exfoliating glove and had a shower. The glove worked extremely well.

    My arms etc are now completely hair free, apart from a small bit. I missed on the back of one hand. No reactions or redness.

    I will do my more sensitive arm pits and legs next and let you how I get on.

    Being able to totally moisturise my arms is heaven.

    Please read instructions care fully and have shower ready, in case you need to wash it off quickly

    Love

    Michelle

     

     

     

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    • #616397
      Michelle Doherty
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      Registered On: January 1, 2022
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      Hi again girls

      So today i veeted my legs, armpits and aywere elase I could reach. Once gain the results were pretty good.

      There some hair around the top of thighs and genital area, but I was a bit tentative applying the crea3 and am sure I can finish it off in the morning, before I shower.

      I was especially pleased with the armpits and got no reaction at all.

      I have to admit that moisturising my legs afterwards, was the best sensation that I have ever felt.

      Love
      Michelle

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    • #615271
      Lara Tucker
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      Registered On: September 29, 2021
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      I must be one of those sensitive types. I used Nair once, it really burned 🔥  I have been sticking to shaving ever since.

      💕Lara

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      • #616398
        Michelle Doherty
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        Registered On: January 1, 2022
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        Hi Lara

        No.7 have a thing where you take a photo of your face on your phone and they tell you what kind of skin you have. It takes minutes.

        Love
        Michelle

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    • #615259
      Aurora Borealis
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      Registered On: October 25, 2021
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      This Veet hair remover sounds good. Where can I get some to try out? Aurora

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      • #615269
        Michelle Doherty
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        Registered On: January 1, 2022
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        Hi Aurora

        Most pharmacies should sell it, plus Amazon

        Make sure you get one for men. The female version isnt strong enough.

        Love
        Michelle

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          Aurora Borealis
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          Thanks Michelle. I will get some soon. Aurora B.

    • #615227
      Victoria Femme
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      Registered On: January 20, 2022
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      Don’t use it on your armpits. It will cause irritation. 🙁

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    • #614974
      Marti
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      Registered On: February 5, 2019
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      Hi Michelle,

      I use chemical solutions like Nair, but not exclusively. I’ll shave, or use an epilator too, as the mood takes me. It sounds like some girls’ skins don’t get on with the chemicals, although mine seems fine. It can be fiddly getting it spread smoothly, so I’m prepared to whizz round with a razor to deal with bits I missed or applied too thinly. And I keep it away from nipples and such like. I still hate the smell though! I always finish off with a strong shower and moisturise all over.

      Marti xxx

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    • #614931
      Michaela Anthony
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      Registered On: December 29, 2021
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      I switched from shaving my legs to using Nair many years ago and it became my exclusive solution there. Without any problem.  I started hair removal everywhere else last year and have been using a combination of shaving and home waxing. Last month I started removing hair on my arms which I had never done before.  I chose Nair for the job but found that it only removed about half the hair and I had to literally scrub with a brush to get that off. I decided to do a second application but only waited about 10 minutes and it caused my skin to burn after only a few minutes on but it did remove the rest of my hair after more coaxing with a wash cloth and my arms were sensitive for a couple of days afterward.  I carefully used Nair for my arms a second time last werk and was careful with timing but I still needed vigorous scrubbing to ensure all the hair was gone and I didn’t get burned. What is it with arm hair? Sounds like Veet may not be any better. Maybe I’ll try waxing next.

      ** Kayla **

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      • #614963
        Michelle Doherty
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        Registered On: January 1, 2022
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        Hi Michaela

        Veet worked extremely well on my arms. (See pics in my private gallery).

        Try using an exfoliating glove next time, took mine of en masse rather bits at a time.

        Love
        Michelle

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        • #616338
          Michaela Anthony
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          Registered On: December 29, 2021
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          Thanks for the great suggestion Michelle, I need to pick one of those gloves up.  Sounds like the perfect solution for those “massive” hair removal jobs. LOL

          ** Kayla **

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      Anonymous
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      Thanks for the information, I will have to give VEET a try.

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    • #614911
      Wendy Swift
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      Registered On: May 11, 2020
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      I too bought veet for hair removal, specifically the bikini area.

      This must be a “guy” thing because I read the instructions on how to apply, but i never bothered to read the warning label.  So I applied liberally all over the private areas.  Well, I can honestly say I received some rather sensitive burns on the area.  I did this like 2 or 3 times before I bothered to read the warning label.

      I haven’t tried any other brands, but the plastic scraper they give you in the box is rather useless.  I wound up using a razor to scrape the hair away, and doing that with veet it did a rather decent job.

       

       

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      • #614984
        Bobbi
        Registered On: September 13, 2018
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        A wash cloth will remove the hair, once the VEET has done it’s job.

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    • #614769
      Anonymous
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      Hi Michelle,

      I’ve used both Nair and Veet and prefer Veet. I think that my skin is softer and smoother after using the Veet and the nasty hair stays away a little longer than shaving.

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      • #614965
        Michelle Doherty
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        Registered On: January 1, 2022
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        Hi Jillian

        How long does it usually take, before you have to re-apply.

        Love
        Michelle

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    • #614757
      Alison Anderson
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      Registered On: October 15, 2018
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      I’m going to warn you that on your sensitive skin, you will very likely get a chemical burn in that it will be sore for a day or two.  When I use depilatory creams I put Vasoline (or other petroleum jelly) on my areola, member, sack, and rosebud.  If you don’t, they will be very sensitive for a day or so, feeling raw like a bad sunburn.  With the Vasoline, I can get between my cheeks, high up the leg (inner thigh), on my pubic bone and in the perineum with the depilatory without getting raw skin.

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      • #614915
        Davina Ryan
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        Registered On: January 11, 2022
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        This is what’s always made me wary of these things. It’s not that I want to pass – God knows, I couldn’t pass as female at midnight in a coal cellar – but it’s one of those irritating things as you head deep into your fifties that some gene somewhere kicks in and you start sprouting hair where you neither need nor want it. (Hairy earlobes? Why??) I think I’ll play safe and stick to the hair trimmer.

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    • #614732
      Bobbi
      Registered On: September 13, 2018
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      I love VEET! I use it everywhere (yes, everywhere!) I have no bad reactions from it, & it leaves me smooth as a newborn baby!

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      • #614746
        Michelle Doherty
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        Registered On: January 1, 2022
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        Hi Bobbi

        You are tempting me now

        Love
        Michelle

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        • #614983
          Bobbi
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          Michelle, it’s not like Nair, VEET is very gentle. It removes the hair, & doesn’t irritate (that’s been my experience with it).

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    • #614724
      Emily Alt
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      Registered On: August 24, 2019
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      I used the stuff once.  Never again.  Looked like I had a bad sunburn for a week.  About 2 years ago I got laser to banish body hair.  Just have to do a touch up every few months now.

    • #614720
      Michelle Doherty
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      Registered On: January 1, 2022
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      Hi girls

      So yesterday, I used Veet Hair Removal on my arms.

      I read and followed the instructions very carefully, as it warns of skin reactions. I applied the cream liberally, spreading it all over my arms, shoulders and belly button area, using my hands. Waited 5 minutes, tried using the tool provided to remove the cream/hair, but it is useless really, so put on an exfoliating glove and had a shower. The glove worked extremely well.

      My arms etc are now completely hair free, apart from a small bit. I missed on the back of one hand. No reactions or redness.

      I will do my more sensitive arm pits and legs next and let you how I get on.

      Being able to totally moisturise my arms is heaven.

      Please read instructions care fully and have shower ready, in case you need to wash it off quickly

      Love

      Michelle

       

       

       

      Hi girls

      I have posted before and after photos in my private album, for those who wish to see.

      Please feel free to comment on my wardrobe gallery too.

      Love
      Michelle

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    • #614717
      Jackie Smith
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      Registered On: December 27, 2021
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      I shave from Eyebrows down to toes, have for quite some time. I have always been frustrated getting my Butt smooth. So I finally said the heck with it and made an appointment to have my butt waxed. Was a little nervous but went through with it. I have to say they did a wonderful job, I can now say there isn’t a hair on my body from my eyebrows down.

      I am sure some will ask was it painful, answer no not at all. It feels and looks so good now. Would recommend it.

      Jackie,

    • #614676
      Caty Ryan
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      Registered On: August 27, 2017
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      I’ve used both Veet and Nair, ( male versions…) cant tell much difference between them.

      Yes very “silky smooth” afterwards, but sadly I was expecting longer term hair free days than I achieved.

      Why? cos when I first used it it “killed” all the hair on my lower shins and it aint come back

      Not much difference for this old  chook/chicken between shaving and the hair removal cream,so I’ll stick with the weekly shaves

      I do have some waxing strips and I guess in order to try them, I’ll “cut out” (bad pun..) from shaving  an upper arm or two for a couple of weeks and see if that works any better.

      But if its too painful… back to the five blade “femme” razors.

       

      Caty.

       

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    • #614661
      Anonymous
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      must admit I ll stick to razors, besides don t like chemicals I kinda find the shave with a razor quite therapeutic lol

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    • #614654
      Michelle McQueen
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      Registered On: June 14, 2021
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      I’ve never used chemical hair remover. I just shaved my arms a couple days ago so now smooth from nose to toes… yea!

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      • #614657
        Michelle Doherty
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        Registered On: January 1, 2022
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        Hi Michelle

        Just the thought of nicking one my legs whle shaving, makes me want to cry.

        Love
        Michelle

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    • #614640
      Sandy Honey
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      Registered On: February 24, 2021
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      I wish I could use those products but my skin is very sensitive and they leave me with bad irritations.

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      • #614656
        Michelle Doherty
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        Registered On: January 1, 2022
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        Hi Sandy

        You can get sensitive skin hair removal products.

        Love
        Michelle

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        • #614795
          Aurora Borealis
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          Registered On: October 25, 2021
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          Just had to throw in my nickels worth. I use a combination of a hair remover called A New You auglimented by a safety razor. Works ok. Aurora Borealis

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    • #614637
      Stevie Steiner
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      Registered On: June 11, 2020
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      Hi Michelle.  I use Nair myself, but it’s all pretty much the same.  I find I have to leave it on 10 minutes or so to get the best results tho’.   I rarely have any issues, and I use it everywhere.   Great stuff, and leaves you feeling  silky smooth. 🙂

      Stevie

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      • #614655
        Michelle Doherty
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        Registered On: January 1, 2022
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        Hi Stevie

        It warns you not to leave it on longer than 6 minutes maximum.

        Love
        Michelle

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