We've noticed that some of you are having a hard time using our hair eraser and it may seem like it doesn't work. Some even experienced skin irritation due to hard pressing and repeated rubbing on the same area of your skin. Stop! Let us make it easier for you.
We've been saying this before, but we're saying it again, results may differ from one person to another. These differences may be due to your skin and hair type. For example, people with thicker hair might require some time to rub. Be patient, but also be careful.
As for most skincare products, it is always recommended to do a patch test. Same with our hair eraser, we recommend you to first test a small area on your arms or legs to see if this hair removal tool is for you and your skin.
We have provided some tips before, but let us give you a more detailed list and explanation specifically focusing on what you need to do before hair erasing. Just follow these tips or steps for that easy and safe erase, and to prevent skin irritation and burns.
1. Take a shower
We highly recommend you to take a shower before hair erasing so that your pores are open and your hair will be easily removed. Be sure to not dry erase.
Yes, our hair eraser does the same thing, but exfoliating using loofahs or bath scrubs prior to hair removal helps lift the hairs away from the skin and makes your skin softer. This step will also help ease your erase and make it safe for your skin.
3. Try using shaving creams, gels, or butters
As mentioned, effectiveness varies on each individual’s skin and hair type. You may try using the hair eraser with shaving creams, gels, or butters, if it didn’t work out at first.
4. Don’t put too much pressure when rubbing
When erasing, it usually takes about 10-15 circular motions (around 5 seconds) to remove hair on one patch of area. Be patient and use light pressure when.
There you have it babes! Happy hair erasing!