Is Revitol Hair Removal Cream the Best Unwanted Body Hair Removal Option?

Permanent hair removal options consist of laser treatments or electrolysis. Since permanent laser hair removal cost can be prohibitively expensive, hundreds of dollars per session, and electrolysis is also expensive as well as being a lengthy process that’s often painful, men and women who seek unwanted hair removal options, which work quickly and efficiently, are choosing Revitol products. Although the effects are not permanent, hair is eliminated from the follicle, and over time, hair grows-in finer and less dense.

It’s easy to use the Revitol hair removal solutions, and the tubes aren’t expensive – especially if you buy a couple tubes and use the discount. You can also sets of 6 tubes and pay less.

Can Revitol hair removal cream be used for back hair removal?

Yes. It can be used anywhere on the body where you have unwanted hair. It’s also a facial hair removal for men, although it won’t work well if the hair is extremely coarse. For women, it can be used effectively on legs, the bikini area, underarms, and wherever there’s unwanted body hair.

There are lots of depilatory cream products, why choose Revitol?

It’s one of the best hair removal products because it works quickly, in fact instantly, to eliminate unwanted hair. How does it do this? Here’s the list of ingredients: Water, Calcium Hydroxide, Thioglycolic Acid, 80%, Calcium Thioglycolate, Mineral Oil, Glycerin, Petrolatum, Cetyl Alcohol, Peg-75 Lanolin, Stearyl Alcohol, Steareth-20, Aloe Vera Extract. The active ingredient is thioglycolic acid (TGA) which normally has a very unpleasant odor (but is nicely masked in the Revitol cream), and is related to ammonium thioglycolate that’s used when you get a perm. It’s one of the active ingredients in all the cream hair removal products for men and women on the market.

So what makes Revitol hair removal cream better? Perhaps it’s the mineral oil, glycerin and aloe extracts that make it stand out amongst other products. It leaves the skin silky smooth and soft and is less irritating than many other depilatory creams.

Is it safe to use on sensitive skin?

It’s safe for all skin types, but just to be sure it’s good to do a patch test. You can do that by applying a small amount of hair removal cream on your arm or leg and leaving it for about 15 minutes. There’s no need to rub it in, just gently smooth it over the area, wait the required time, wipe it off, wash with water (no soap) and gently pat dry. Wait a day and see if the skin has any reaction. If not, than feel free to use it on the rest of your body.

What about sensitive areas, is there a special way to apply the cream?

It’s a good idea that when you use the cream on sensitive areas you should check the hair every minute or so, especially if it’s your first application, before you know how long it takes to remove your particular hair type. In most cases it shouldn’t take more than 12 to 15 minutes to remove unwanted hair anywhere, often much less. Just don’t leave it on for more than 20 minutes.

Can it be used during pregnancy?

It’s better not to use any products that contain chemicals (like thioglycolic acid) when you’re pregnant. It’s also a good idea to talk to your doctor or dermatologists if your on any medication before using depilatory cream. Some medications can make the skin extra sensitive.

For more information on other Revitol products like Revitol Cellulite Cream / Revitol Cellulite Solution please refer to related posts. If you’re interested in permanent laser hair removal or laser facial hair removal alternatives, we invite you to explore other articles on this website.

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01.10.11

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