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Top 3 Body Hair Removal Creams 2012 - The Winner?

Updated on December 13, 2012

Have you been searching for a Body Hair Removal Cream?

If you're reading this, it probably means you are searching for a Body Hair Removal Cream. You might have done lot of research on different hair removal products out there... Found loads of mixed reviews, yea? Confused which one to pick? No worries... I was in the same boat as you.

I had great hope in Laser Hair Removal, but had to give up on it as we can put ourselves into some serious risks. Hated shaving and plucking either due to the long time it takes. I was tired of anything and everything because nothing gave me the exact result that I had been seeking for... but can't move on without finding a way to get rid of my annoying body hair, especially my underarms.

Ever since then, I have been doing continuous researches on various hair removal creams (which seemed much more easier and reliable), looking out for customer reviews and comparing them all time, so that I could find the most suitable one and also help others fulfill their dream of having a hair-free body. None of them showed much satisfying results and some showed very serious outcome.

Here's the Secret: After months of hard work, I have finally managed to find the Top 3 Hair Removal Creams of the year 2012 which is perfect for both men and women. So let's check out!

I highly recommend using Stop Grow to anyone who is looking for a body hair removal cream. If you ask me why, then I'd like to say every word of it.

Obviously, not all hair removal creams work on every area of your body. And yea, very few do it, but they aren't as gentle and sometimes harsh to the sensitive parts of your skin. But stay at ease, Skinception's Stop Grow brought out that miracle. Stop Grow does not target a specific area and works on all parts of your body. It works the same on your face as it is for your legs yet remains gentle for your skin. This particular cream does its work on the hair roots and discourages the growth before it even sprouts up. In women, Stop Grow reduces shaving of legs 82% less often, a study reported. And in men, it is clinically proven to reduce body hair up to 69%.

Now if you are someone who has tried out different brands, I'm pretty sure you've come across most, if not all creams generally being messy and leave a stinky smell. But with Stop Grow, it is easier and takes only less time to get the work done without giving giving out any foul smell. And another fact which you'd love to know, Stop Grow is safe and no side effects has been reported yet.

When used regularly, Stop Grow can permanently stop body hair growth and give a healthy, smooth and hair-free skin. Best of all, it works great on all hair colors and skin types which is another rare fact. The only disadvantage is that the product can only be /purchased online. You can read more about the product at the Official Website of Stop Grow.

Veet Hair Removal Cream is the next I can recommend you after Stop Grow. It helps to remove body hair and keep it off for about 2-3 weeks.

Veet does its work close to the hair root and helps slow down their growth. It contains ingredients that can help to restore the hydration level in your skin. This specially designed formula is enriched with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E that can keep your skin smooth and moisturized for longer. Unfortunately, I do not like the product as it has multiple cons.

When compared to Stop Grow, Veet takes a lot of time in both applying and rinsing which is considered a negative fact about depilatory creams. You will have to apply it thick enough to get the job done. As it is very sticky and leaves lot of residue behind, it takes a lot of rinsing to get it off.

Worst of all, it gives out an unpleasant stinky smell and also does not work on all parts of the body.

Veet Hair Removal Cream can remove body hair but not permanently. In some cases, it doesn't remove any hair at all. Sometimes, the cream can cause irritation, tingling or any other allergic reaction. So when using the product, make sure you apply it only to a small area to look out for any side effects. If you find none, you can proceed on to the rest of the areas. The greatest disadvantage is that, Veet is not compatible with all skin types.

Veet has worked for many, but it did have a considerable amount of negative feedbacks. And this is why I personally do not recommend Veet Hair Removal Cream.

Another product you can find in the skin care industry is the Nair Hair Remover Cream which helps to remove body hair.

Nair is gentle and easy to use, though it gives out a strong unpleasant smell. It is not safe for all parts of the body and can be used only on the arms, underarms, legs and bikini area. It does a good job making your skin smooth and but keeps the hair off for only about 1 week. Another disadvantage is that the cream should be applied quickly, therefore making it not suitable for larger areas.

Just as Veet, Nair does not remove body hair permanently. Majority of the customers did not get satisfying result and did not get all the hair removed. In most people, the cream can cause irritation or allergic reaction which makes it a flaw. Therefore, it is highly recommended to test out the product by applying it to a smaller area following the directions. If you do not find any abnormality in your skin for about 24 hours, you can proceed on to other areas. Unlike Stop Grow, Nair is not suitable for all types of skin.

I never recommend using Nair Hair Removal Cream to anyone unless you are ready to take up some risks.

I seriously only recommend Stop Grow which should be your top most choice. The reason I chose Veet followed up by Nair is because there are really nothing I can think of, almost all other brands within my research caused terrible side effects which can sometimes last long. Also I need you to understand that there is a product which you have dreamed of removing your body hair while it does a lot of work, minimizes your time to get the work done, all at an affordable price too!

Come one everyone, now that the winner has been declared, its up to you which one to pick!

Now let me ask you, have you made up your mind yet?


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    • jezzo21 profile image


      5 years ago from Slovenia

      I found a review with a testiomonial that confirms your top choice

      Still deciding what to buy....

    • profile image


      5 years ago

      This is really cool, I like these, it is helpful to me, thank you. :)


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