1. Hair No More Inhibitor Spray 120ml

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      1. Hair No More Inhibitor Spray 120ml

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    1. Product Description

      The unique blend of bioactive plant extracts found in the hair inhibitor spray seep into the hair-free follicle reducing the hair shaft naturally at the follicle growth site. The hair becomes thinner and finer over a one to four month period. Many people report hair stops growing with ongoing maintenance.

      To use: Spray over the desired area after using the Hair No More Removal Cream and repeat daily until hair growth is reduced. Note, hair must be removed prior to use of the inhibitor for the effect to take place.

      Ingredients: De-ionised water, glycerine, aloe vera gel, green tea extract, botanical extract blend, (bio-enzymatic plant extracts), disodium edta, tea carbomer, potassium sorbate, phenoxyethanol, poly sorbate 20.

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      2. Hair No More Inhibitor Spray 120ml


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    1. Hair no more - maybe one day with effort...

      Reviewed: July 24, 2011 by MissTerryCleavage, a Straight Single Female

      As always with LH, received quickly, simply wrapped in paper. No packaging needed for this product, but you wouldn't expect any. Exactly as it says, it's a 120ml squirty bottle of mystery product.

      The active ingredients are few. The highest percentage are of water, aloe vera and green tea extract, and you can definitely smell the aloe vera in it.

      The instructions are to apply this product twice a day for the first week of use then once daily after that for up to four months. So, if you're expecting to see fast results then this definitely isn't the product for that. I've been using it for almost a month now, and initially it was difficult to remember to apply it twice a day but most of the time I did...

      You spray it lightly onto the areas you wish to remove the hair from. It's a light mist which does go all over the place a little. I had hoped to miss an area so as to have a bit of a test patch to compare but due to the misting this wasn't possible. Once sprayed on, I rubbed it lightly into the skin. It is absorbed quite quickly and doesn't leave your skin feeling 'icky'.

      So after almost a month, what can I say. Well, not a lot. In parts there are some areas which seem a little 'less hairy' but these are small. However, it does say on the product that it can take one to four months to work, so I guess I have to persevere and report back later?

      You do have to apply, where possible, to skin which has had hair freshly removed, and I did worry there may be that post-shave sting, but there wasn't.

      So in summary, after a month, no major results to speak of, but will continue and see if it does work? Is this value for money? At the moment, I would say no. £23 to in essence, moisturise your legs, is a touch expensive, but as the months progress it may do its job, in which case it will be...

      Watch this space...

    2. Overall Rating
      4 out of 10 stars
      Easy to apply...
      Very slow process, no real evidence of success yet.
      Bottom line
      Expensive and slow...
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