I think that most of my readers have unwanted hair. We all know that it can be quite annoying to remove. Today, this Pax Moly Hair Removal Cream review will help you enjoy the dreaded task.
Before anything else, I want you to know that I am in no way associated with Pax Moly. This is not a sponsored post. However, I got the products for free from Ms. Angel Store on Instagram.
She sells a lot of K-beauty products that she trusts in the Philippines.
Let’s get to it!
Pax Moly Hair Removal Cream Review
by Amanda of Filipinow
Packaging is like of any other hair removal cream. Yep, another woman with flawless legs on the box.
Frankly, I don’t have any problem with it. It’s just that we’ve seen this a lot already.
What I like about it is even if it’s a Korean product, the instructions on the back are well-written in English. Well, sort of lol. I copied the directions straight out of the box so don’t blame me for errors.
Take a shower to cleanse the hair but make sure your skin is dry afterwards, as the cream needs to be applied to dry skin.
Apply the cream to your desired hair removal area including underarm or leg by covering fully.
Do not rub in the cream but instead, allow it to rest on top of the skin. Leave on for 5 to 10 minutes then remove a small portion with a finger to see if the hair was removed.
If not, leave on for a few more minutes but do not exceed 10 minutes application time. If yes, wipe the hair off with wet towels or running water.
Let’s head on to what’s truly important in this Pax Moly Hair Removal Cream review…
From the get-go, I already have a feeling of trust with the product. My only dislike is the ammonia-like smell that you’d usually get when you get your hair dyed in a salon.
My skin is sensitive and dry and it easily reacts badly to strong stuff. However, this did not irritate it at all. Please know though that I highly don’t recommend it to be used on the face.
Application is very easy and the consistency of the cream is just right.
I suggest for you to apply liberally if you want to completely remove hair from a certain area.
This is perfect for when you feel lazy and don’t want to deal with the mess that regular shaving brings.
I think that waxing is still a better option in removing hair but it can get quite expensive especially if you’re on the curvier side of the spectrum.
Growth of hair after the removal will be the same as shaving. However, for a lazy-gal like me, this is a welcome option.