I have a client who had the bright idea to nair his back before a tattoo appointment. He had burns so bad, his physician recommended skin graphs. Needless to say, seeing what it can do, i would not recommend it to anyone lol. I am reading all of this stuff as i am trying to get into shaving with a straight, and would love to get away from disposables...
What's interesting is the surgeon said it was good for keeping wounds clean because the acid in it doesn't affect the wound. For people who are getting bad burns, I wonder how much they are putting on or if they just have sensitive skin? Not that I'm a Nair supporter, but I haven't had too bad of an experience, but it does burn like a
Am I the only one who searched for The Edge from U2 and ended up here?
Mens' exfoliating scrub?
C'mon, 20 man point deductions for the lot of ya.
I can hear my skin cells crying out in pain, as they are being ripped from my skin.