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NIna Silk Remover is a handheld hair removal unit that uses a crystal pad on the bottom to lift and remove hair in what is said to be pain free. The unit claims to also leave the skin silky smooth after use, due primarily to the fact that it does work as a sort of sander to exfoliate the skin. This removes any dad skin or build up. It also leaves the skin soft and full of shine.
The cost of Nina Silk Remover is $14.95 plus $4.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Nina Silk Remover by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $24.85. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at ninasilkoffer.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Nina Silk Remover and has taken down the website. Nina Silk Remover may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
Nina Silk works as a handheld device which is meant to remove hair easily and painlessly without relying upon the traditional measures like razors or waxes. It is described as an elegant way to get silky skin that is free from stubble.
The unit has a small plastic, handle with a flat bottom that contains the crystal silk surface which gently touches the skin and roughly removes the hair. .
The company claims that Nina Silk will never wear out and will never have to be replaced. They also claim that regular use will cause your skin to be softer and your hair to slow down its growth.
You can avoid booking an expensive salon appointment if you buff away hair at home. This is a better option for people who are embarrassed.
Not good reviews. The majority of reviews are at best, acceptable. None are great. Some people used it without issue and claimed it was a nice way to remove hair. Others could not remove the hair in the first place, or experienced severe issues post-removal.
Clean and dry the part of your body where you are going to remove the hair.
Then rub the crystal surface in circulation motions across the skin. This process is meant to gently lift, twist, and pull out the hair. .
When you are done, you can allegedly have no irritation and no stubble. The company states that this can be used on sensitive areas like the upper lip, underarms, and bikini area.
Sugaring is one alternative hair removal option which you can use at home. Compared to waxing it is much less painful. What’s more, the hair will remain gone for weeks. The downside is that it can take u to ninety minutes for the sugar product to solidify so this takes a lot of patience. Additionally, the hair has to reach 5 mm in length before you can apply the sugar products.
Waxing offers long lasting results that can leave the skin smooth for up to four weeks. You can easily and quickly do waxing in a salon or at home. This technique is suitable for delicate areas like the upper lip and the bikini area. The downside is that it can be rather painful and before you can achieve the right results your hair must be 2 mm long. Long-lasting results with up to four weeks of smooth skin.
Shaving is a fast and painless way to move hair. Unfortunately the hair grows back quickly. Therefore, it is not best used on sensitive areas of the body.
Hair removing creams are a fast way to get rid of hair and they give you more long lasting results when compared to shaving. The downside is that some of the creams contains allergens which can cause reactions in users.
This can give you smooth results for up to one month and what’s more, it requires the hair by only 0.5mm in length before you can do it. If you do this regularly, your hair will grow back finer and finer each time and the number of ingrown hairs will reduce. It is painful though, especially for sensitive areas of the body.
A more expensive option is to use intense pulsed light which can halt hair regrowth permanently or, at the very least, cause the hair that does grow back to be fine and thin. This is a much less painful option and is quite fast. The technology has become popular over the last few years. Downsides are that you have to shave before each application and the results might not last as long as other methods. You also might require multiple applications before all is said and done, especially if you have particularly thick hair.
After an application you must take care not to expose your skin to direct sunlight for six weeks. There might be increase hair growth in spite of this action if you have hormonal changes brought about by menopause or pregnancy.
Smooth Away is a similar design whose crystal pads and buffing motion are meant to remove hair the same way that Nina Silk does. This produce has been shown to wear out quickly, though the pads are replaceable. Reviews also show that it can cause irritation on the skin.
The skin dries out because of hot or cold temperatures but reversing the skin peeling that often accompanies any hair removing method can be done with a few tricks. First, you want to remove any dry skin before you use this product or any other alternatives. Dry skin can cause increased in grown hair and it will impede the look of the skin. Peeling can leave a fresh set of cells on the surface which allows the natural shine of the skin to come through.
Use moisturizing lotions on the legs. In cold temperatures in particular the sebaceous glands produce less fat which means creams higher in vegetable fats are better suited for the winter. Moisturizing lotions can support the skin in between hair removals and help keep it more radiant.
Products like moisturizers or lotions with alcohol in them can dry out the body and lead to peeling. What can also lead to peeling is jumping into a super hot shower or bath. After you shower you should apply body oil. Body oil seals moisture into your skin when applied roughly five minutes after showering. This can give your skin the nutrients it needs to really sparkle.
The alleged crystals used for this is tantamount to fine grain sandpaper. This means that you are rubbing the hair and the skin with a sanding element. So, this can theoretically work well to remove dead skin from the body while alleviating hair growth, but for people with sensitive skin, this level of exfoliation might be bad. People with skin problems or diabetes should talk to a doctor before they use an abrasive product like this on their skin.
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