April 10, 2010
Those were great reviews on the eye products, BigSis! I’m going to have to try that anti-aging Olay eye roller. I’m sure lots of other women will want to try it too since you gave it such a rave review.
And, it just so happens that I’ve got another great new product to tell you about, so listen up ladies!
Guys, please don’t get offended that I’m leaving you out on this one. I’m specifically speaking to the ladies about this because men have it easy when it comes to facial hair; you just shave your face every day. Easy, breezy, 1, 2, 3, and you’re done.
For some reason, it’s okay for us women to shave body parts all the way from our toes to our neck, but it’s not so cool for us to shave our faces. (I do have a friend that admits to shaving her face every day, but I’m not goin’ there.)
That being said, I guess I just admitted that I have unwanted facial hair. Yep. I said it. I hope you appreciate the fact that we’re pretty honest here. We like to tell it like it is. Not only do I have the unwanted lip and chin hair, but I also happen to have some facial hair down my jawline and onto my neck. Sounds attractive, doesn’t it? Luckily, mine is blonde and fuzzy, but it’s still unwanted.
It’s not something we love to discuss, but most of us women will admit to having our lips waxed and to plucking unwanted chin hairs, which by the way, multiply like “breeding rabbits” once you enter the “menopausal” stage of life! If you’re not there yet, aren’t you glad that you have something to look forward to?
So, why am I talking about this “taboo” subject? The last time I had my face waxed was over six months ago and I broke out so bad afterward that I decided I wasn’t ever going to do it again.
Since that was so long ago, it was time for me to check out my options so I spent some time at CVS one day looking over all the different hair removal products. I ended up deciding on this Sally Hansen Creme Hair Removal Kit. I don’t know what persuaded me to buy this particular product, but I’d tried Nair products before and they never work very well for me so I wanted to try a different brand.
I did a test patch, as suggested, and waited 24 hours to assure that I didn’t have a reaction to the product before using it on a larger area. Once I knew that I was “good to go”, I put it on my “problem areas” and waited for it to work its magic. With Nair, I usually had to repeat the process two or three times to get results but not with this Sally Hansen Creme Hair Remover!
Presto! After only eight minutes, I wiped off the creme and the hair was gone! All of it! I think I even did a little happy dance right there in my bathroom! This was really easy, not stinky, and I had great results, so I’m hair free and happy!
I know it’s not a fun subject to discuss, but if you have a similar problem, you might want to try this product. How often does a product really work as well as it claims?