Review | Nair Brazillian Spa Clay Shower Power Cream

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I've used Nair for years and I've tried many of their hair removers, it's a product I've always gone back to as it's easy to use and really bank balance friendly. I was excited when i saw this Nair Braziallian Spa Clay Shower Power Cream in my goody bag from the North West Bloggers Event, because it works exactly the same as the usual hair removers do except this claims to have a more natural blend of ingredients to make your skin all glowing and incredibly smooth, and it's also one of those hair removers that you use in the shower rather than having to wait around before rinsing off.

You should technically do patch tests with products like that but I'm too lazy so i just risk it and i applied this to my legs (i think you can use this on multiple areas but i only used it on my legs) and i actually waited for a little bit (about 5-7mins) before getting in the shower because i don't care what it says; a running shower is going to remove the product so i wanted to give it a bit of time to work before getting in the shower. It does give you a little spatula thing to apply the product and to remove it but i also didn't bother with that otherwise you'd have been there all day.

It applies really easy as its a squeezy tube so i literally applied it like i would a moisturiser spreading it all over the leg but in stead of rubbing it into the skin i just spread out a thick even layer of the cream. I think waiting longer beforehand was the right decision because as soon as i stepped into the shower i could see the water starting to remove bits of the cream. I tried to wait for a further 5 minutes before washing it off fully as i wanted to give it as much time as possible to work - i did eyeball the timing a little bit but it was enough time for it to work as when I'd washed it off my legs were hair free and they also felt incredibly smooth.

Like all Nair products this has a bit of a nasty scent but it really works so i can look past that; its so easy to use and the results have been really good - i used this Wednesday afternoon and to this day  they are still quite smooth and there has been very minimal hair that's had grown back which makes me really happy as it really annoys me how quick it can grow back sometimes.

This product definitely has its flaws; the scent, its not quite 'shower' proof and it's also a lot more expensive than the usual hair removers, this retails for about £6.99 - however, regardless of these I'm really happy with the results and i will definitely get this again!

Have you tried Nair Brazillian Spa Clay?
Natalie xx

8 comments:

  1. I've always wanted to use Nair products but I am always so afraid that my skin will have a horrible reaction it it. This was nice to read up on, though. So thank you. :)

    KayeMawree

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    1. If you're worried do a patch test 24 hours before that way you can see if it'll react or not!
      Natalie xx
      youralmostalice

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  2. Seeing this reminds me that I should really try and get around to using the one I received at the Bristol meet, it's nice to read your review, so I should now know what to expect!

    Midnight Violets Beauty Blog


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    1. Aw, its a lovely product - im really liking using it :)
      Natalie xx
      youralmostalice

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  3. I think I'll look into this! I haven't used any Nair products in years and I want to because I'm getting increasingly lazy with my legs!

    Nicola // pink-confetti.co.uk

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    1. Its such a great lazy girl product :D
      Natalie xx
      youralmostalice

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  4. I tried the Wax Strips from this new range & hated them. They were less than useless. I might have to try this cream instead, it sounds 100% better than the wax strips
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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    1. Aw no :( i much prefer the creams they are less painful haha!
      Natalie xx
      youralmostalice

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