How do you use regular Nair on private areas?

How do you use regular Nair on private areas?


  1. Squeeze Cream onto fingertips.
  2. Smooth on a thick, even layer to cover hair. DO NOT RUB IN.
  3. Leave the Cream on for 6 minutes. Then check a small area for hair removal.
  4. Total hair removal depends on hair thickness. If the hair does not come off after 6 minutes, leave the Cream on for a few minutes longer.

Can you shave over a tattoo?

After getting inked, you can’t shave over the area of your new tattoo until it’s fully healed. This could take two to three weeks. When your tatt is properly healed and the skin feels back to normal, you’ll be able to shave as normally again.

Does Nair make you smell?

Chemicals. Many people may be thrown off by the strong odor of Nair. This smell is the result of the chemicals used to make Nair an effective method of hair removal. It contains ingredients such as mineral oil, calcium hydroxide, alcohols, lanolin, calcium thioglycolate, sodium thioglycolate and cetostearyl alcohol.

Can you use Nair on your private area?

Hair-removal cream or depilatories are chemicals that temporarily remove unwanted hair on the face and body. Nair can be used in your private area. However, there are some things to remember before using Nair to remove your pubic hair: Avoid using the cream if you have any cuts or abrasions.

Is it OK to put Nair on your genitals?

There’s a moderately famous New York appellate case called Cooley v. Carter-Wallace, Inc., in which a plaintiff sued Nair regarding whether or not its instructions not to apply the product to one’s genitals were sufficient.

Is it safe to use Nair for hair removal?

I’m too scared to try it without asking someone. The danger in using depilatories like Nair is that, in addition to dissolving hair, the chemicals they contain affect the skin’s top epidermal layer.

Can you use Nair on your bikini line?

Warnings Many people report having an unpleasant reaction to Nair when put in the bikini area. This area is very sensitive and you should always test on a small area before doing the whole bikini line! Read the box label carefully. Avoid using Nair if you have any cuts or abrasions on your skin.