- Zero irritation (for those without sensitive skin)
- Leaves skin hairless and smooth
- Manufactured for men, but also loved by women
On the other hand, it can be a little too strong for some skins and be careful when using it near your junk. Seriously.
Listen, this product is one that you really need to consider if you're after hair removal cream for men to remove hair from the more sensitive areas of your body. It's designed for black men's beards but it is amazingly gentle so you can use it in more places - and it can be used by more people. That said, if you're looking to get rid of a lot of hair from the larger parts of your body (back, chest, etc.), this isn't going to perform as well as others on the list. But it's totally worth it for the areas you do need it for.
Ingredients: There's an interesting combination of ingredients in this hair removal product, including Thioglycolic Acid. You will, however, find a fair amount of shea butter, which is brilliant for keeping skin happy and healthy.
How to use it: This product should be applied in an even layer, but there's no need to work it into your skin (nor should you). After four minutes, do a test by rubbing a little off with a soft cloth or tissue. You can leave this hair removal cream on your body for as long as seven minutes. The manufacturers do suggest wiping product off, rather than scraping. Then rinse and pat dry.
Who can use it? Interestingly, this product is designed for black men - and specifically for use on beards. But, it has a much broader appeal than that. Women use it, as do men of every skin shade.
Where can you use it? It's made for beard hair but you can use it just about anywhere on your body. Yes, anywhere. Now, before you grab a tube of this hair removal cream and begin slathering it all over your genitals, please remember to do a patch test. While it is rather gentle, that part of your body is remarkably sensitive. Just imagine the consequences.
Scent: There's a lovely, minty smell to this product. It's far better than most on the list.
Will it break the bank? Hardly! You'll pay about $5.50 for the tube and less than $1 per fluid ounce.