Feb 11, 2002 11:08 AM
|Has anyone tried this stuff or know anything about it? It seems too good to be true and the fact that it's on an infomercial makes me doubly suspicious. But I'm tempted to try it anyway!|
|brass or alloy nipples? nm||secourir|
Feb 11, 2002 11:32 AM
|re: Epil-Stop anyone?||pedaler98|
Feb 11, 2002 2:18 PM
|I haven't tried it personally, but I have heard (from females) that it works well. They didn't know that i was asking about it for myself. hee hee|
|Don't do it||turtlemoye|
Feb 11, 2002 4:15 PM
|I tried it once on my shoulder(yes I'm a hairy bastard) and it didn't work. Tried it on the other shoulder a few days later and it took the hiar off alright, but it also took off a few layers of skin (used for the correct rime period).
I bought mine at Target and they let me return it. I don't know how well it will work for hairy guys. I don't mind shaving my legs just trying to get ride of patches of back hair, yuck.
Target also sells Nads(LOL), but I have yet to try it. There's just something about the name!?!?!
|Don't do it||RobO|
Feb 11, 2002 6:12 PM
|I had zero luck with NADS. It wouldn't grab all the hair, and it irrated my skin bad. I even bled a bit. A definate avoid at all costs. |
Here's what I've found works best.
shower first, allow the hair to soak. Use a washcloth or scrubber to scrub your legs. It will remove more dirt, oil, and dead skin cells. My legs seem to change their mind about which blades they like. I've used regular two blade razors with little trouble, three blades razors, womens blades, all at different times with different results. I've had better luck with women's shave gel than men's. Although the best I've ever had is "All-Shave", a product which must have been nearly 100% glycerin. That company is out of business, unfortunatly.
|try Gillette Mach3 for the best shave on the planet! -NM||Tig|
Feb 12, 2002 8:27 AM