I’m definitely a novice when it comes to waxing. I’ve had it done in the salon a few times, but asides from an experimentation or two with strips, I’ve actually never tried it at home. One of the great things about this blog is when I have the chance to try new things, so I was tentatively excited about my opportunity to test out the new Nair Moroccan Argan Oil Ultimate Roll On Body Wax* and Face Wax*. Both products are made with Moroccan Argan Oil which is supposed to help moisturize the skin and use a resin wax which sticks to hair but should be easily washed away with soap and water.
Nair Moroccan Argan Oil Ultimate Roll On Body Wax contains a large roll-on applicator as well as ten reusable cloth strips for waxing. I found both the face and body wax were very easy to heat up, and I loved the roll on applicator for reducing potential mess. The only issue (with both products) is that the wax will probably cool before you are finished using it, so it will be necessary to reheat to finish the job. Since I don’t have experience waxing, I don’t know if this is always an issue, but it did add to the time waxing took. Of course, I was also very slow because I’m new at it!
Nair Moroccan Argan Oil Ultimate Roll On Face Wax also comes with 20 reusable strips, and a similar roll on applicator to the body wax. I really appreciate how the roll on method lets you get a thin amount of wax and disperse it evenly, although I would still be nervous to use it near my brows. As a first time waxer, I loved how smooth my skin felt afterwards, and how much longer it stayed hair-free. I might be hooked! I wasn’t a huge fan of the reusable strips, because I found them very hard to get clean. I had no issues rinsing the wax off my skin, but even once I got it from the strips there seemed to be hair still stuck to them.
Both the Nair Moroccan Argan Oil Ultimate Roll On Body Wax & Face Wax contain about enough wax for two full applications, and worked great on the short hair I used them on. Honestly, the few spots I had to go over felt mainly due to inexperience. Overall, I think these products are really novice-friendly, and as an introduction to waxing, I may be hooked! Do you wax? Have you tried any Nair products before?