Review: Pamper Products Your Bathroom Needs!

When a ‘Pamper box’ arrives on your doorstep then really who am I to refuse to put everything to the test! The box was filled with Nair hair removal products, a Denman Tangle Teaser brush for children and erm… Femfresh… I’ve not actually tried this product yet but I shall do my best to fill you in!

Getting ready, especially for a hot date can be really time consuming. Unless I have a particular reason to shave my legs then I am all about hairy legs keeping me warm in winter. I’ve been aware of hair removal creams for a while but never really tried them. Seriously, simply applying a cream, leaving your legs (or whatever body part you use the cream on) for 5 minutes and scraping away. Surely if it were that easy everyone would be doing it? I mentioned the review to a fellow blogger who stated she had tried a similar cream in the past and had not found it fully effective… already slightly downcast it was time to put Nair hair removal cream to the test. I plumped for the Brazilian Spa Clay cream and with Liv watching on in curiosity started to plaster my legs with the cream. After figuring out how much cream to use I quickly got in my stride and found the whole application process very straightforward.

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With my legs basted it was a waiting game to see if the cream would take effect on my monstrously hairy legs. I left the cream on for 6 minutes and nervously used the spatula to scrap away at a small section of leg that I had applied cream to first. When I say scrape it doesn’t hurt in the slightest!

What did I find… well, quite literally nothing!! The section was hair free… so I carried on scraping the cream… any area that I found with a few stray hairs, I simply moved the cream from one spot to cover again the hairs for another minute and lone behold within 10 minutes I had hair free, smooth, luscious legs…ok maybe luscious is pushing it ever so slightly but blow me down with a feather, the Nair hair removal cream worked! The big beaming grin said it all… no more razor rash! I have used the creams several times since and will attempt to use the Sensitive cream under my arms.

How I have never tried this product before I shall never know… so simple, so quick, painless, no worrying about blunt razors… this is my ‘getting ready’ must have!

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The Denman Tangle Teaser brush comes in two designs (Bumble Bee and Dophins) and my daughter was beside herself that she now has a Dophin inspired blue brush. Unfortunately my daughter has similar hair problems to me… our hair does become very knotty, very quickly. Albeit I am now fully aware of the pain involved with teasing out knots, my daughter isn’t a huge fan at all and would rather hide than have her hair brushed!

The brush works so well due to the bristles having different layers – so what the outer bristles may not be able to work on, the inner bristles get to work on knots very easily. The bristles may look a little spiky but actually they are quite soft and my daughter was in her element having her hair brushed.

In actual fact, I have been using the brush on my own hair as I find it kinder to my strands with less hair being ripped out of my scalp. Priced at £6.99 this is a really great stocking filler – the designs make the brush stand out and actually appeal to children – it also makes it easier for me to find the brush when rushing around in the mornings!

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Femfresh for intimate hygiene… the wipes are a fantastic idea, in such small packaging they can easily be carried discreetly in your handbag. Perfect for reassuring you when on the go! The Femfresh Daily Intimate Wash has a very delicate fragrance of soothing and calming Aloe Vera. Normal shower gels and soaps can actually irritate your special parts so Femfresh helps cleanse the skin whilst maintaining a healthy ph-balance. With a handy pull up lid as opposed to a lid that opens in order to reduce spillages. Definitely products your bits will appreciate!

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