When you don’t have time to visit the salon for waxing or you don’t want to visit the salon as you are lazy 😛 just like me 😀 then hair removal creams become our best friend. I have tried a lot of them and few are my favorites too. I recently got the opportunity to try VI John Feather Touch Hair Removal Cream. Let’s see if it worked for my sensitive skin or not.
VI John recently launched their hair removal cream in six different variants and I opted for Saffron and Honey. The cream is nicely packed in a plastic container and comes with a feather shaped spatula. One thing I don’t like about the hair removal creams is the smell. But to my surprise, VI John smells like roses. It is a very mild smell and not overpowering. It will be a treat for those who like roses 😉
First thing first, I did the patch test because my skin is very sensitive. It is always advised to do the patch test first to see if the product suits your skin or not. You have to wait for 24 hours to see if there is no adverse reaction. Luckily, It passed the patch test on my skin. Now comes the real part – The Application Process. The Application process is very easy. You can go through the instructions given on the pack. I applied the cream on my arms and made sure that every hair is properly covered with the cream. As per instructions; I waited for 10 minutes and then removed the cream with the spatula. After 2-3 minutes, I rinsed my arms with water to remove the extra cream and pat dried with a towel.
Saffron and honey are considered to be very good for the skin. Saffron is known for its brightening effect and honey for its moisturizing and nourishing properties. I was surprised at the result. After the whole procedure, My skin was smooth and hair free. Use of hair removal creams can darken your skin but my arms were bright, clean and nice and there was no redness or tingling effect. I was very happy with the result.
It is a very good hair removal cream which helps you get rid of that unwanted hair without pain and that too in very less time. I am planning to try the Aloe Vera variant next time 😉