Based on 2 Reviews
NelleHairLight BrownCurly HairGood Warmer, But Needs Some Prodding And Stirring...This is a good warmer once it melts the block of wax (I use the Satin smooth deluxe cream wax since it's a fairly well-rounded-purpose wax). It takes a little stirring and prodding as I usually set it as high as it will go for thirty-some minutes to melt it entirely. Then letting it cool down a couple notches below the "ready" (as I do my own bikini waxing, and a little more down there..) allowing it to be just the right syrup-y runniness. The wax is a little stringy, but if you are careful to wipe your popsicle sticks, then you've conqured the messy issue! The Satin smooth Almond oil wax remover does a decently good job without irritating my skin (and I have SUPER sensitive, pale skin) and has a nice smell. : ) Follow up with a light, scentless, soaping with cool water and use baby powder *don't use aloe gel down there, it stings, use baby powder to keep it dry/comfortable and wear loose clothing* It is a really good idea to use a protective cover around the rim of this warmer, since strings of wax cannot be completely evaded (let's be honest folks). Be patient and mindful, and the wamer will work for you. : D2 out of 2 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
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