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Surgi-Wax Body and Leg Hair Remover

The revolutionary waxing system that waxes away unwanted body hair instantly, leaving skin sleek, smooth and beautiful. No muslin strips needed.
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The revolutionary waxing system that waxes away unwanted body hair instantly, leaving skin sleek, smooth and beautiful. No muslin strips needed.

  • SKU: R8477   /  
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  • Microwave Formula Surgi-Wax provides salon style results in the privacy of your own home.
  • Surgi-Wax removes hair from the root, leaving your skin free of regrowth for weeks.
  • It is so easy to use, all you need is a microwave.
  • Simply heat wax to a creamy consistency, apply to skin, and within seconds, the wax will become pliable.
  • Then just pull off to remove hair! Everything you need is in this one kit for fast, effective hair removal.
  • Leaves skin sleek, smooth, and beautiful. All without muslin strips or special heaters.

Directions

Read instructions thoroughly before using.

Place open jar on paper plate in the middle of microwave oven. Heat for 30 seconds on medium setting. Continue to heat in 15 second increments until wax is creamy consistency. If wax is too thin, allow it to cool to a creamy consistency. Do not heat by any other method not specified in the directions.

Surgi-Wax Body and Leg Hair Remover can be used for hair removal on legs, hands, arms and bikini area.

Rosin, Triethylene Glycol, Ester Of Rosin, Beeswax (Cera Alba), Methyl Hydrogenated Rosinate, Glycerin, Paraffin, Acer Saccharum Extract (Sugar Maple), Honey Extract, Glycine Soja Oil (Soybean), Carthamus Tinctorius Seed OiI (Safflower), Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Fragrance (Parfum), Benzyl Benzoate, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Red 17 (CI 26100), Violet 2 (CI 60725), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891)

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  • Long Time User 5 Star Rating
    I found a tub of this on sale years ago and bought it on a whim. I have been using the same tub since. Once you get the hang of it, you won't want to use any other wax. I have figured out a system that seems to work for me. First, the wax can be messy so I put it on a paper plate in the microwave. I also do all my waxing outside in the backyard just in case there are spills, though, I did get some on a tile floor once and it came right off once hardened. (Don't get it on your clothes!) Then, I make long strips of the wax from my ankles up to my knees around my legs, bottom to top, wait a few seconds until the wax no longer sticks to my fingers and rip it off, bottom to top. And so on (Fast hurts way less). It usually takes off every hair, depending on the tempurature. I've also noticed it doesn't work as well if I'm in the sun or in a warm environment. You want it to be the consistancy of air heads taffy when you pull it off. Inevitably, little bits will be stuck to your skin when you're done. You can avoid this by not smearing the edges of the wax really thin, but rather leave the ends of the strips nice and bulky. But my solution for the remaining crumbs is lotion, which you should use anyway. Once the wax is lubricated you can pick the crumbs off with your fingernails without it sticking to anything. Also, baby powder is a handy tool for making any crumbs not sticky until they fall off on their own. If (and you will) get the wax on your fingers, simply run your hands under cold water and break it off. So by now my little tub is getting pretty gross, and I need new wax. I tried to find something around town that would be similar and I wouldn't have to order, but so far I don't know of any wax that you can reuse, that you don't need muslim for, and that is so cost effective. Think green! Recycle your wax!

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    Apr 27, 2010
  • Best In Removal 5 Star Rating
    I have to say the people who are having trouble need to get the hang of it. Once you do, it is the BEST!

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    Apr 1, 2010
  • This Really Works If You Know How To Wax!! 5 Star Rating
    I have been using this product for years and I love it. No messy strips to use, just apply and pull. If you over heat this wax it does become runny and messy. You would just need to have it cool off before you apply it. Best tip I have is apply the oil it comes with to the area before you apply the wax, but not too much as the wax will not adhere. Then apply a thin layer of wax over area you are waxing and a little thicker on the end you are going to pull to make it easier to start the pull. Next pull as close to your skin as possible, one pull and all the hair is gone. It doesn't get any better than this!! I've used this product all over my body, even my face and I always get a smooth result that lasts weeks.

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    Mar 21, 2010
  • Muslin Strips Make A Difference. 4 Star Rating
    I've used this product for legs and facial hair. I'm not able to bring myself to do my bikini line without someone else to pull the strips. Maybe I'm lacking in skill but I have poor results using this product without muslin strips. If it's cool enough to apply it hardens fairly quickly and will break when I pull it. On the other hand, if I apply a strip, it works beautifully and you don't have to be as exact with the cooling time. There is also less or no wax bits at the edges left behind. I use it primarily for eyebrows and upper lip. I've experimented on leg hair and it pulled it without a problem but there isn't much product in the jar and I would wonder if you could even complete both lower legs done with one jar. Still, even if you had to buy two jars it's a lot cheaper than professional but I think there are better products out there for that. I've been happier with this product than many others I've tried as long as I use it with strips. A yard of muslin costs about a dollar at a fabric store and will last you for many jars so why not just use it? If it gets onto clothing though, it will likely stay forever, so do it before you get dressed of wear an old robe. If it gets on a hard surface just wit for it to cool completely or even chill it with cold water or ice and it will chip off in one piece.

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    Mar 20, 2010
  • Wasted Money, Ruined My Stuff 1 Star Rating
    this product is very hard to use & a waste of money. you dont get very much product for the claims it makes. worse yet, it ruined my clothes when it came in contact, was a complete mess everywhere it landed (very drippy & a nuisance), & was very hard to get off of my skin. my shower drain actually backed up because the wax that i couldnt physically manually pull off got caught in the drain. also, if you wait too long after applying to your skin, the wax hardens & brakes as you try to pull it off, turning a painful one quick rip into several painful pulls & tears. now, i dont know about any of you, but when it comes to waxing, i dont want to pull at my skin anymore times than i have to. the product only took off about 50% of the hair underneath it...you make the choice...

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    Feb 1, 2010
    / Rochester, NY USA
  • Excellent 5 Star Rating
    For those who said it is messy you just need some practice. more than likely you over heated it. I (with the top off ) heated it up for 45 seconds then another 45 seconds stir it up then 20 seconds (remove when it get to 10 seconds). IMPORTANT FOR BIKINI AREA YOU MUST CUT HAIR LOW OR IT WILL REALLY REALLY REALLY HURT AND WHEN YOU APPLY OT LET IT HARDEN PULL FROM ANY DIRECTIONS IT ALL COMES OFF

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    Oct 28, 2009
  • Best Wax On The Market 5 Star Rating
    I have tried many waxes and surgi-wax is the one that sticks to hair only and rips it off with no muslin strips. Requires many heats but only one wax! So worth it.

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    Oct 24, 2009
  • Not Worth Anything 1 Star Rating
    This wax is not good, its too soft...it doesn't hold on to the hairs. You pull the wax off and it just pulls the hairs but doesn't pull them off. You have to wax one area a number of times to get the job done. Its NOT worth it.

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    Sep 28, 2009
  • Horrible...damaged My Skin 1 Star Rating
    It was very very messy when trying to remove. It made my skin for many days. Even the hair that regrew were sharp stubs and stubborn. Never had such a horrible experience before with any other method.

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    Sep 17, 2009
  • Messy 1 Star Rating
    I had to reheat several times. The process was messy and painful around the Bikini area. Hated it!

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    Aug 26, 2009
    / Brooklyn, NY
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