Road Test: Veet Spray On Hair Cream Remover
Three days and counting, no regrowth!
There are times when I wish I was a hairless Chihuahua. This desire usually occurs when I go to shave my legs. I’ve acquired enough nicks and scabs on my legs that it looks like I’ve wrestled with a cactus. When I got a bottle of Veet Spray On Cream Hair Remover ($7-8.99, stores nationwide), I was thrilled and nervous.
I’ve used dipilatories before. Most of them have given me rashes and/or hives. I put on my adult pants, hopped into the shower and sprayed. Yes, there’s that dipilatory smell, but it’s not as heavy as most of the stuff on the market. Instead of glopping on the cream, you spray it. When you spray, you’re covering more territory than just flinging it on, if you know waht I mean.
I left the spray on less than the suggested 5 minutes (out of fear) and then used the bladeless razor (comes with the can) to remove the cream. Naked thighs! No itchies!
It’s been three days since I tried it. My skin is soft, no re-growth and best of all, not a rash or hive in sight!
Now all I have to do is write a “Dear John” letter to my razor.
PJ Gach is Senior Editor: Style + Beauty at BettyConfidential.