Nair Moisturising Hair Removal Cream effectively but gently removes unwanted hair from legs, bikini area and underarms. Nair helps moisturise and exfoliate your skin while it removes hair, leaving it soft and smooth to the touch.
All hair types
For silky smooth skin
Store at room temperature. If stored at a low temperature, crystals may form.
AmbientPreperation and Usage
Instructions: Follow the Instructions Exactly.
Irritation or allergic reaction may occur with some people, even after prior to use without adverse effects. Therefore, a test should always be carried out on a small part of the area to be treated before each use. Follow the instructions and if the skin appears normal after 24 hours, proceed with the full application.
1. Smooth on the cream in a thick, even layer, covering the hair to be removed. Do not rub in.
2. After 5-6 minutes, test a small area. If the hair does not come away from the test area easily, leave on for a few minutes longer. Do not leave for more than 10 minutes in total.
3. Shower off with lukewarm water using a wet cloth if required and pat skin dry with a soft towel. Do not rub or use soap.
CAUTION: Follow the instructions. Contains thioglycolate. Contains alkali. Avoid contact with eyes. In the event of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. Hair removers can be used anywhere except around eyes, in nose, ears or on breast nipples, perianal or vaginal/genital areas. Avoid contact with other materials as this could lead to damage or discolouration. Do not use on irritated, sunburned, inflamed or broken skin or on weak scars. If you feel burning or stinging, remove product immediately and rinse well with water.
Keep out or reach of children.Ingredients
Aqua, Paraffinum Liquidum, Calcium Thioglycolate, Calcium Hydroxide, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Hydroxide, Ceteth-20, Parfum, Citronellol, Eugenol, Geraniol
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