The Bottom Line
Is Nair Exfoliator Hair Removal Cream revolutionary? No. How about different? No. Nair, who are you trying to kid? Save your money and use a loofah, a razor and some lotion.
- Horrible smell
- Not good for sensitive skin
- Manufacturer: Church & Dwight
- Usage: Hair removal cream for legs and body
- Average Price: $8.50
Guide Review - Nair Exfoliator Hair Removal Cream
Yet another new depilatory product by Nair. The old stand by for many has come out with a new 3 in 1 product that is supposed to remove hair, exfoliate and moisturize.
And as with all the previous Nair products, the traditional scent of chemicals still exists. This product is basically the exact same product you will get in the original Nair except it now states that it also exfoliates.
Same Old, Same Old
You use this product the same way you would use the old Nair. Slather it on and wait for three to ten minutes, then wipe it off. The hair should be removed with the product. There is no rubbing or scrubbing for the "exfoliation". As with all chemical depilatories, there's the chance for burning and tingling, especially for those of you with sensitive skin. There's a greater possibility of irritation with any chemical depilatory than simply shaving.
The exfoliation process is supposed to be occurring while the product is on the skin. Nothing fancy and nothing different. I did not notice any moisturizing effects either. I still had the same feeling of just having a chemical depilatory on my skin. It removed the hair, but felt and smelled the same.
One Thing is Different
The only thing differenton the Nair Exfoliator Hair Removal Cream is the packaging. It seems that they simply added a new word to the label, and called it an exfoliator. I didn't fall for the marketing tactic and I won't let any of my readers be misled either.