Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit Review

by Valarie on June 30, 2013 · 8 comments

Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit

We are presented with several options to remove unwanted hair and I find it too impossible for one not to try at least 2 among those options. Like myself, I am going through this search for the best hair removal process for me. This time I tried what seems to be the easiest. With depilatory creams, you just spread it on skin and wipe off right? Let me share with you how Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit worked for me.
Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit
From Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit Label:

Directions:

Remove clothing and jewelry from areas to be treated. Shake well and squeeze lotion into palm of hand. Smooth on thickly. Do not rub in. Wash hands immediately. Wait 5 minutes and then test area by wiping off lotion with blade free razor. For most women, hair will remove easily after 5 minutes. Ifhair comes off easily, gently remove hair with blade free razor and lukewarm water only. Do not exceed 15 minutes. Do not allow lotion to dry on skin. Keep bottle tightly closed when not in use.

Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit  ingredients

Ingredients:

Water (Aqua), Cetearyl Alcohol, Petroleum Wax, Calcium Thioglycolate, Ceteareth-25, Zinc Chloride, Fragrance, Aloe Barbadensis Lead Juice. Kathon CG.

My Experience with Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit:

I got my Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit from Duty Free Philippines for a price I can’t remember exactly but around $2 to less than $ 3. But as I check this Personal Care product online, it is being sold for $1. That cheap! Anyways, Personal Care is a US brand and it has been in the industry for 30 years. They are known for producing good and affordable home and personal care products. I thought of trying this out with the hope it will work better than other methods I tried like shaving and waxing. I find the idea of depilatory creams being less time consuming, painless and easy,to sound so enticing to me. Plus the idea that its effect might last longer than shaving, I grabbed a tube.

Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit

The Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit comes in a 150grams, white squeeze tube. I like the packaging for it is makes application so fast and mess free as it dispenses just the right amount of product you need every time. The kit comes with a cute pink bladeless shaver which I find so useful even with honey waxes I use. The depilatory cream itself is white in color and is creamy in consistency like that of toothpaste. It is easy to spread on skin and has this burnt smell to it. I honestly do not like it but I think it is similar to other depilatory creams like that of Veet. Despite the unlikely smell, it does not sting and did not cause any irritations on skin.

Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit  3

I tried it on my legs and on my few first uses, I let it stand on my skin for 5 to 10 minutes tying on some few spots if hair would come off with the use of pink shaver. Sadly, this didn’t have effect on my hair. The next time I tried it for 13 to 14 minutes as it is in the label not to exceed 15 minutes. Well, same banana. I just don’t work. It was able to get so little amount of hair. I think just the ends of my hair strand which in effect made the hair on my legs appear shorter and thicker.

What I Like about Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit:

-Convenient packaging
-Ease of use
-Did not cause  irritations
-Affordability

spatula

What I Don’t Like about Personal Care Blade Free Hair Remover Kit:

-Smell
-Not effective at removing hair
-Availability

IMBB Rating:

1/5

Final Thoughts:

Selecting hair removal process that’s best for you may involve several trials and errors as well. I am glad there are reviews now easily available to us that cut the time on our selection process. I would really love to check reviews first prior to purchasing this one but I got not access to net by the time I am deciding whether to get this Personal Care Hair Remover or not. I am sorry but I have to say that this is a waste of money for me as it did not work at all. I am now back to shaving, that is if I am too busy and trying hard to squeeze in some time to wax.

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{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

neha June 30, 2013 at 12:01 pm

*headbang* too bad

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Val Anne Bee July 1, 2013 at 5:21 pm

yes Neha, sad it didn’t work. *cry*

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saloni..!! June 30, 2013 at 12:58 pm

Lol did not remove the hair only rofl rofl

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Val Anne Bee July 1, 2013 at 5:22 pm

yup saloni! imagine that! hehehe. rofl

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Rati June 30, 2013 at 1:12 pm

wonder what did they try it before launching it in the market *hihi* *hihi* *hihi* thanks for the heads up val! :)

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Val Anne Bee July 1, 2013 at 5:23 pm

i soooo agree Rati! you’re welcome. thanks too.

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Lakshmipriya June 30, 2013 at 3:18 pm

Nice review Val :) I always trust my veet cream when it comes to depilatory creams. And I never trust that spatula they provide with it, its mere waste :P I always use my wet tissues to press the skin area where I have spread the cream and wipe off with little pressure. This makes wonders and pulls out all hair in that area!!!! *happydance* *happydance* *happydance* *happydance*

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Val Anne Bee July 1, 2013 at 5:24 pm

oh, i will try that technique Lashmi next time on Veet. I have a tube of Veet here, thank you for the tips. *thankyou* *puchhi* *puchhi*

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