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June 28th, 2006, 10:38 AM
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Does anyone use nair or has before? Does the air grow back the same as if you shaved the spot. Like prickly.?
I was thinking about using the nair all over my body because i hate hair ... so i was thinking about getting rid of all the peach fuzz and hair.. do you recommend that or would that be a no no?
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June 28th, 2006, 06:54 PM
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well, I have heard a lot of things about nair...when I used it <--maybe like 3 years back i put it on my legs and got an allergic reaction...but they have changed it since then, so I am not sure what it is like now.
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June 30th, 2006, 05:20 PM
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Does anyone use nair or has before? Does the air grow back the same as if you shaved the spot. Like prickly.?
I was thinking about using the nair all over my body because i hate hair ... so i was thinking about getting rid of all the peach fuzz and hair.. do you recommend that or would that be a no no?[/b]
I've used it.. I think my hair is too thick for it to work well. I think for peach fuzz it would be awesome. I would try to refrain `cause I'm afraid it would come back darker and thicker.
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July 3rd, 2006, 07:12 PM
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i use it on peach fuzz and it works great - and doesn't come back thicker or darker.
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July 5th, 2006, 08:36 AM
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I used to use Nair...but the smell really got to me ...i used to dread having to use it..now they have the scented ones...which are better...but i got so used to shaving now..that i prefer to shave with men's shaving cream....its the best thing i could ever use....and i dont have to shave for about 2-3 weeks....with Nair i found the hair grew back within a couple days...and you cant really tell if u missed a spot until after you wipe everything off
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July 5th, 2006, 12:37 PM
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I tried Nair last year and wasn't too impressed. I had to use the stuff for course hair because my leg hair is really dark and course and the regular stuff didn't remove anything. Come to think of it...even the course hair remover didnt' take most of the hair off and I was left with itchy skin after but couldn't shave because it was too iritated.

I wouldn't recommend it if you have sensitive skin, and the smell isn't very nice.
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July 17th, 2006, 11:22 AM
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i use it on peach fuzz and it works great - and doesn't come back thicker or darker.[/b]
Have you used it on your arms? I'm tempted to after baby is born, but I just don't how it would grow back and how long you have to wait until you nair again.
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July 18th, 2006, 08:01 AM
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I've used it.. I think my hair is too thick for it to work well. I think for peach fuzz it would be awesome. I would try to refrain `cause I'm afraid it would come back darker and thicker. confused.gif[/b]
Silly, that's an old wive's tale. I have used nair or similar products and I get hives, but then again, I have sensitive skin. I shave my arms and it comes in very fine like before. I love how it feels though. I've never tried Veet but I heard it's better than Nair? Trial and error I guess.
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July 19th, 2006, 10:57 AM
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Nair has a great bikini kind of nair!! it comes with a sponge thing to rub off the hair. I found it works way better than just rinsing off the nair (and hair with it)... because I found it didn't work that well. But the sponge really gets the hair out!!
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