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Andrea Tweezeless Wax Facial Hair Remover

Removes facial hairs for weeks! Tweezeless Wax contains natural beeswax and has no ingredients harmful to normal skin.
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Removes facial hairs for weeks! Tweezeless Wax contains natural beeswax and has no ingredients harmful to normal skin.

  • SKU: R8437   /  
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  • A natural organic product with no unpleasant odors and no harsh chemicals that cause allergies or rashes.
  • No need for chemical depilatories, tweezers, or shaving that leaves nicks, cuts and stubble.
  • Tweezeless Wax is especially prepared for the removal of embarrassing facial hair.
  • It is completely odorless, and reduces hair re-growth.

Directions

Read instructions thoroughly before using.

Preparation:

  • Warm the wax over low heat until it has completely melted, then reduce heat keeping the wax liquid. Overheating may cause the wax lose its properties and become hard and brittle.
  • Test the temperature of the wax by applying a small amount to the ball of the thumb or inside of the wrist with the wooden spatula.
  • Thoroughly dry your skin by dusting area to be waxed with talcum powder.

For arching eyebrows:

  • Remove makeup and oil from brow area. Holding skin firm with fingertips, apply the wax with a wooden spatula under one brow, beginning at the bridge of the nose. Shape the natural brow line with a steady flow of the wax, toward the temple.
  • While the wax is still soft, gently press it down with your fingertips in the same direction as applied.
  • After 1 minute - hold the skin firmly and lift the end nearest the temple. With in the opposite direction than applied. Do the other eyebrow in the same manner.

For upper lip:

Note: Tweezeless Wax must be removed in opposite direction of hair growth otherwise hair will not be removed.

The upper lip should be treated in 3 stages.

  • Apply Tweezeless Wax in strips on either side of the mouth.
  • Repeat the process on the upper lip.
  • Do the same again for central area of the upper lip. Treat the sides of the face and chin in a similar way, a small area at a time.
  • Remove makeup and oils. Using a wooden spatula apply Tweezeless Wax in direction of hair growth.
  • While the wax is still soft, gently press Tweezeless Wax down with your fingertips in the same wax direction as applied. This will ensure better adhesion.
  • After 1 minute, while holding skin firmly with fingers, lift and quickly pull Tweezeless off in opposite direction of hair growth. Proceed with the other side using the same method.

Test for heat as instructed to ensure wax is not too hot. Do not allow wax to set too hard and become brittle. If this occurs, apply another layer over the whole area to soften, then remove the whole strip. Tweezwless must not be used on skin which is pimpled or which suffers from an acne condition or is otherwise unhealthy. Not to be used for removing underarm hair.

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  • You Have To Buy This 5 Star Rating
    Are you tired of plucking your eyebrows or other facial hairs? Are you paying over $20 just to have your eyebrows and other facial hairs wax. Now, without the wait you can do it yourself. And the best part about it is there are no strips, so you can see exactly what hair you want to take off. This product is easy to use, just heat it up for a couple of seconds and boom wax away.

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    Apr 19, 2007
  • Fantastic & Easy Waxing!!! 5 Star Rating
    This product is by far the best I have ever used. After moving to the USA from Australia I needed to find it as I had run out. Finally!!! I had found it on this website and at the best price too. Very easy to use, but I must admit I only use half at a time, heat enough so you can take the wax out & cut in half, that way its less time consuming to heat. Also, I find it easier to heat over a tea candle, that is the small ones you use for burning insence oils.

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    Feb 5, 2007
    / Washington DC
  • Hmm 3 Star Rating
    Requires some getting used to. Its not like the blue facial wax used in beauty salons (indian wax) which retains moisture and is flexible. This hardens fast and requires some getting used to. Always use as early as you can the day before for it causes skin reddness, and well it sort of burned off some skin too. I dont think its meant for face but if used so just use of chin and side burns dont go near lips... it wont work on fine hairs.

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    Oct 17, 2006
  • Not That Great 2 Star Rating
    Used this once on my face. Directions are not too clear and it is hard to use and pull off once applied. Didnt work too well, either. I will probably never use it again. Its a waste of time.

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    Jul 27, 2006
    / Georgia
  • Andrea Wax 3 Star Rating
    I bought this because I saw it got great reviews. I bought it like 6 months ago- The wax works ok but the METAL TIN it comes in is terrible- how are you supposed to heat this? (If you bought it you will see what I mean). It was a mess- Dont buy this. There has to be something out there that works just as well and is easier to heat up.

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    Jul 2, 2006
  • Not For Beginners. 3 Star Rating
    I had a very hard time with this product,I have never tryed an eyebrow wax.If you know what your doing its great!

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    Feb 10, 2006
  • A Must Have 5 Star Rating
    I love this Andrea product. It is easy to use and doesnt take forever to work. it doesnt hurt as much as some waxing products do.

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    Oct 7, 2005
    / Texas
  • Great Wax And Easy To Use 5 Star Rating
    this is the best facial wax. have been using it for years but cant find it anywhere except folica.com. last a really long time for $4.

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    Sep 8, 2005
    / NJ
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