Microwaveable Warm Wax: a liquid salon hair remover with premium strips that zips away coarse & stubborn hair for ultra-smooth results up to 8 weeks. Includes vial of Azulene Oil to soothe & soften skin and prevent ingrown hair. For more information, please visit http://parissa.com.
I like this kit a lot. I have used this for awhile and it is probably my favorite. I like the after oil they give you to apply to your skin.
Great hair removal kit for home use.
I use it for my legs, arms, and underarm as well.
Works great for coarse hair, just make sure hair is not too short better results.
This wax did not work well at all for me. I have had much better experiences with other at home warm waxes.
Great product, when I want to wax at home this is my go to product. Easy to use and works great. A bit messy until you get used to using it.
Oh my... This is probably one of the best inexpensive waxing at home kits out there. This wax removes course hair with no problems and the best part it consists of all natural ingredients. This is a canadian brand too. I have purchased over 20 of these because of the great results I receive using this product. I can honestly say this is way better than veet and nair waxes in my opinion. Parissa also has a lot of other products that are made for different skin types and what your looking to wax. This is the best wax for coarse hair for sure! I HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS!
I've been using this product for about 5 years to remove the peach fuzz on my chin and side burn areas. The kit comes with a container of warm wax, hair removal strips, 3 applicator sticks (two the size of tongue depressors for large areas and a smaller one for the face I'm assuming) and a small bottle of Azulene oil which is used to soothe the skin after waxing and it helps to remove any wax left behind. I usually warm the wax up in the microwave for a minute before using and I cut the wax strips into smaller pieces to make them easier to use. I really like this wax because it doesn't burn the skin and is really effective at removing the fine hairs on your face. I also apply a thin layer of baby powder to my skin before waxing so the wax doesn't stick to my skin and only adheres to the hairs. I find that with using this product about once every five weeks, the hair grows back MUCH finer and less noticeable. Another plus about this product is that it doesn't irritate my skin or cause me to break out which some other products in the past have done.
I would recommend this wax to anyone who wants an easy, low-cost method for hair removal. The kit usually lasts me about 6-7 months with regular use so definitely worth the money ($11 at Wal Mart) since the same service at a salon can run around $30.
I have used Parissa Warm Wax for the past 10 years, It is the only brand I will buy as it is a fantastic product. I use it on my face and legs without any issues. It is economical and very easy to use. The only down fall is that it is a bit messy but with a little Vaseline or oil the wax comes right off.
I bought this kit after a failed attempt with another brand - this is definitely better. I agree with the other reviewers - it's sticky and difficult to work with, but once you get the hang of it... you're golden. The strips are solid, are reusable up to 4 times (I found I could make it stretch up to 5, but lost its effectiveness after just 3 reuses), and they really get every bit of hair OUT! The oil included was a godsend for getting the leftover bits of wax off of my hands and legs. Overall, I'd say buy it.
I love this product. But when you first start using it, can be very messy before you get use to using it. It works very well the first time you heat it up. But, the more you heat up the same wax, the less effective it becomes. I still would recommend this product. Saves lots of money going to the beauty salon each time.
Parisa rocks my socks. Yes, its time consuming and sticky..but wth! its wax that lasts for ages and quite affordable, too. :):) Gives excellent smooth results.
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