Hi, I'm Keeley Selvage with Keeley's Skin Solutions. I've been a clinical aesthetician for over half a decade, and I'm going to talk to you about some permanent hair removal lotions and creams. So you have some unwanted hair. You want to get rid of it permanently. Maybe you want to stop shaving, tired of it, and laser hair removal is maybe not an option for you. Maybe your budget doesn't fit that in. Well, what you can do is use some permanent hair removal lotions or creams. These are excellent and effective ways to rid yourself of hair. One of the most popular ones is called Hair NoMore. And this one is actually a permanent hair removal cream. It will get rid of that hair after about four to six months. You make sure that you use it on a regular basis and it also includes gels and sprays. It kind of comes in a kit. It's seventy-four ninety-five. Very, very effective permanent hair removal. Also there's one called Kalo and this one is about twenty-nine ninety-five, but it's not permanent. It's more like a retardant. It retards the hair and what that does is it means that it's going to come back slower and it's going to come back thinner but it's not permanent, and those are your options. I'm Keeley Selvage with Keeley's Skin Solutions and those are permanent hair removal creams.
The market is brimming with at-home hair removal products. However, not all of them have a reputation of producing good results. Some of them may leave you disappointed, if you are not careful. Revitol, Ultra Hair Away, Vaniqa, and VitaMaker are some of the superior products. Revitol has been touted as the most effective permanent hair removal cream. You can go through the detailed reviews to find the best product. Before applying the cream on the entire area, it is recommended that you do a small patch test. Apply the cream to an inconspicuous area on your body, and wipe it off after 15 minutes. Examine the area after 24 hours for any rashes or allergies. You may use the product if no side effects are observed. These creams are not recommended for people with sensitive or acne prone skin. Similarly, pregnant women or women who are trying to conceive should steer clear of these products.
It is generally only used in small areas like the eyebrows or upper lip. These two methods are both highly effective for permanent hair removal. The choice of one procedure over the other should be based on several fairly straightforward factors: