Desperate times call for desperate measures. If you or someone you know has nose hairs that are starting to form a jungle outside their nose cavity, don’t use a pair of scissors or God forbid tweezers to deal with the problem. It’s officially time to pick up a box of Nad’s Nose Wax for Men and Women ($19.99, walgreens.com) to handle this rather embarrassing issue safely and effectively.
So now the question becomes, are those rogue nose hairs worthy me spending $19.99? Wonder no more, because the answer is yes and not only because it gets rid of nose hairs, but the formula can help remove blackheads and clean clogged pores.
The NAD’s kit comes equipped with six applicators, three moustache stencils to protect existing moustaches, three wooden spatula’s, three anti-bacterial wipes, three post-wax calming oil wipes and of course, a trusty instruction leaflet that shows you how to properly use everything in the kit. As a plus the safe tip applicator protects you from yourself, so you can’t insert it into your nose beyond a certain point, possibly injuring your nasal membrane.
As of late I’ve been a little direction challenged, so this time I decided to take a deep breath and read slowly and carefully. Once the wax was warmed anywhere from 30 seconds to two minutes depending on what’s left in the jar, I was ready to put this product to the test.
In short form, the directions are to simply dip the applicator in the wax so that the base and tip are completely covered. While pulling your upper lip done, insert the applicator and wait 90 seconds for the wax to cool. And then with one swift movement, tug the applicator to remove the “extra” hairs causing you all that embarrassment.
My last words on this product are “I love it and ouch!”
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