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You can now remove unwanted body hair without the nicks, cuts, and prickly stubble that shaving often leaves behind. Veet for Men has a range of simple body hair removal products which give smoother, longer lasting results than shaving.
Veet for Men Hair Removal Gel Cream is a quick and effective way to remove body hair, leaving your skin feeling smoother for up to twice as long as shaving. Using the cream provides smooth results in as little as 4 minutes, the easy rinse-off formula allows you to use it in the shower, and there is no razor rash or prickly regrowth.
Always read the directions for use and precautions on the packaging before using the product.
It is fine to apply the cream with your hand (wash hands thoroughly afterwards) to your body, but for removal the spatula supplied should be used. Hair removal creams weaken the hair by dissolving the protein structure and softening the hair at skin level, then the mechanical action of the spatula breaks the hair. Without the spatula to perform this mechanical action, not all the hairs will be removed effectively.
Veet can be used on the arms, chest, legs, back, shoulders, and around your briefs, but not on the face, scalp, genital, or perianal areas.
Veet has been tested and developed to work effectively after 4–6 minutes, as stated on pack. Do not leave the gel cream on for longer than the recommended time, as doing so could irritate your skin and will not improve performance.
Good hair removal is an essential element of any summer holiday, and when it comes to hair removal the choice of products is vast, so it's advised to consider the following:
The creams are chemical depilatories that use an active ingredient to dissolve the hair shaft. The mechanical action of removing the cream using the spatula or sponge helps pull away the dissolved hair from the surface of the skin.
Creams can be used by everyone, including pregnant women, as long you follow the precautions and directions for use. It is advisable for teenagers under 16 to be supervised by an adult when using any depilatory method.
The skin is a complex organ, and sensitive to changes in hormone levels. Since our skin is constantly changing, it is necessary to test each time to avoid any adverse reaction to the ingredients of the products.
Creams work so well because they go below the surface to dissolve the proteins that make up hair, so you're left feeling smoother for up to twice as long as shaving. For the longest lasting smoothness though, try waxing. Because waxing removes hair from the root, you're left with a silky smooth feeling that can last up to four weeks. When the hair eventually grows back, it's often sparser and softer, too. Waxing is easy to use and far more comfortable than you might imagine.
This product is subject to specific safety warnings
oh foolish ones.the meat and two veg are MEANT to be hirsute and any attempt to remove said coarse hair with this fire in cream form will only result in tears and huge... Read morePublished 5 days ago by S. R. Prentice
Excellent, I have thick body hair and this worked perfectly and was really easy to apply and works fast... Top marks from me :)Published 9 days ago by DESMOND HOPE
It does as it says on the box, use once a month to keep those hairs at bay, but keep away from those delicate area's and wash hands afterwards as instructed, otherwise good... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Eugene Raby
I asked for cream for my ears. This tube said DO NOT USE IN EARS!Published 14 days ago by J R Ormiston
Product does exactly what it says on the tin, but please be aware that it does sting a little (make sure you pick up aloe vera gel to apply after using this to cool things... Read morePublished 23 days ago by D
Having seen the effects of 'Veet' on many a 'Monkeys forehead' giving what some would call a more 'evolved' look it seemed natural to try a tube of 'Veet for Men'. Read morePublished 23 days ago by David Bridle