It just goes to show that expensive products aren’t always the best, Nad’s Natural Hair Removal Gel received just 6 points out of a possible 10 and was joint most expensive with a usual retail price of £14.99. The pot says use the wax at room temperature but the testers said this wasn’t warm enough and they had to heat the wax a little in order for the first strips to stick. However, if you do fancy trying this home waxing kit you can currently get it for £11.95 at Beauty Expert.
In third place with 7/10 was Moom Classic Wax Kit, comments made in the experiment were that it worked great on leg hair and thinner hair areas but not so well on the bikini line where hair is often much thicker and courser. The wax does need heating in a microwave but apparently it is easy to clear up with warm water. Again, this product is priced at £14.99.
In this waxing test the cheaper options came out on top, Wax Away Warm Wax With Green Tea scored 8/10 and only costs £6.49 – bargain! The tester explained that the wax worked well on both legs and bikini line leaving skin smooth and hair free like she had just been to the salon.
In first place came Veet Warm Wax Roll-On. Not only is this product one of the cheaper options at just £8.99, it is also more convenient because you can simply roll it on like a deodorant. You do not need to be a master at heating or applying the wax, simply roll the stick over the area of hair you want to remove, use the wax strips provided and voila! The pack includes a ‘Perfect Temperature Indicator’ so you always know the best time to apply the wax plus 12 rinsable, re-usable wax strips.