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Epilat Hair Removing Body Cream

Epilat Hair Removing Body Cream is a product of Kracie, which is one of the renowned cosmetic companies in Japan. This cream is safe and easy to depilate hair.

Description

  • 150g
  • Epilat Hair Removing Body Cream
  • the design is cute, and pink
  • a product of Kracie
  • long term result is four weeks maximum

Truth be told, I have never really cared about my hairy legs until I came to Japan and took notice that women, even some men have hairless skin. Some are naturally born with it and some got rid of it. So, I asked my husband how was that possible. I mean, of course, I know about shaving creams and waxing. That time, I was curious why it seemed an issue for people to have their hairy skin shaved. It turned out that shaving your hair in Japan is a serious matter. I even read somewhere that some Japanese women shave their faces. It is weird at least for me. But every so often, I can see women with hairy skin. I guess there are still some who don’t care a hang about it. Count me in. Even so, there’s no harm in pampering yourself so I gave it a try.

Imagine my legs are hairier than my arms.

How to use it?

  1. The first thing to do is to apply the cream onto the skin with a 1-3 mm thickness enough to cover up the hair with the use of the spatula to uneven the cream.
  2. Leave it for 5-10 minutes and gently remove the cream using the spatula.
  3. Thoroughly rinse your skin with water.

Likes

  • There was no sign of irritation. As a person with a sensitive skin, it’s a total relief.
  • The skin became soft and supple to the touch.
  • The legs looked radiant after the procedure.
  • The hair was completely removed without any tinge of pain.
  • The whole procedure was simple and it was easy to follow.
After

Dislikes

Alright, this was the first body hair removing experience I had which means this was the first product I have used. Please know that this is me speaking without being biased. This product gave me what I needed. Except that it gives off a bit of a tangy odor. And it doesn’t give a permanent result. Call me lazy but I hate skincare routines. But don’t get me wrong, I am fully aware that if I want a permanent one, a laser wax is necessary.

Verdict

I loved it. In fact, I already repurchased it. But yea, I would love to try other hair removing products. But for now, I am sticking to it. Besides, I’m not the kind who tends to change the products I have been using without giving it the benefit of the doubt. I am more of the ‘keep using it for months or a year until you weigh it in the balance’.

You should give it a try!

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