Waxing?????????

what is a good at home that comes with cloths???

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  • Helena
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    Sally Hansen makes a wax that has a lavender scent and it does come w/ cloths. look for it if there is a rite-aid or savon near you. you might be able to order it somewhere in online. good luck.

  • 1 decade ago

    I use a product called "parissa" it is a chamomile body sugar for legs, body and face. If you apply it in the wrong area it just washes off. It includes the body sugar, 20 reusable strips, 3 spatulas and azulene oil to help soothe and moisturize. This company is in British Columbia Canada, but it is by far the best that I have tried for home use. I have washed the cloths dozens of times and they are still fine. To find out if their is a store in your area that carries this product visit their website at www.parissa.com or call 1-888-986-9974.

    Good luck and happy waxing!

    Source(s): www.parissa.com
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Plucking (tweezing), Shaving, Depilatory creams and Waxing are temporary hair removal methods.

    Waxing usually lasts for 3 weeks, but it is painful.

    Electrolysis and laser hair removal are "permanent" hair removal methods but are expensive and you have to find a trained professional, otherwise your skin could be damaged.

    A review of the various hair removal methods is available at http://tinyurl.com/ob6tt

  • 1 decade ago

    sally hanson is horrible, and nair burns bad and can give u a bad reaction....

    go to sally beauty supply... make sure u do get the ones with the cloth becasue the microwave one sucks!!!

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  • Ariel
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Nair. they come in strips that you heat by rubbing them in your hands and then you just stick them on the part that you want waxed. it comes out really soft and doesnt leave any residue and it doesnt hurt!!! :)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    read tips on hair removal on this site

    Source(s): Useful tips on almost any topic - http://www.free-tip.blogspot.com/
  • 1 decade ago

    i don't know a good one, but i do know that sally hansen relle sux...so don't use that

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