Chris’ Angels: Hair Removal Products


Chris’ Angels have got themselves into a hairy situation. We tasked them to try out the latest in hair removal products, so let’s see how they fared.

Chris' Angels test hair removal products

Lycon Wax

The Claim: Lycon is a unique hair removal wax that is capable of removing hair as short as mm and is made from the finest resins, natural ingredients and aromatherapy oils to deliver a superior waxing experience.

The Verdict: " It doesn't have those pesky strips so the tearing isn’t that bad! I'm sold and I'm going back.! out of all the waxing I've one in my life the Lycon was the best.” — Taylor

Inhibitif Hair Removal Products

Advanced Hair-free body serum: $29.99
Hair free deodorant: $9.99
Hair free face serum: $24.99

The Claim: Inhibitif products target the hair follicle directly to slow down the apparent growth rate and density of unwanted hair. Apply evenly on shaved or waxed body areas twice per day for two months or until unwanted hair appears nearly invisible. Then reduce application to three times per week to maintain results.

The Verdict: "I really liked the hair-free body serum. I’ve seen a difference in my hair growth, my hairs are finer and there is less of them. But the hair-free deodorant is NOT a deodorant. It really made me smell not so fresh, so I had to put another layer of actual deodorant on top of it. Not a good feel at all!” — Cher

Remmington Smooth and Silky, $24.99

The Claim: Whether trimming or shaving, in or out of the shower, the Remington Smooth & Silky® Body and Bikini Kit will meet your needs. Use the bikini trimmer and adjustable length guide to help shape the bikini area while the hypoallergenic foil shaver and exfoliator will keep skin smooth and irritation free.  Integrated hang hook and beauty bag included for added convenience.

The Verdict: "Maybe this could be used to trim up your edges to make a bikini wax last a bit longer but other than that, I say it’s not worth it! It didn’t really offer me a smooth finish the way that a wax or razor would do. I say go for the normal razors, they work just fine.” — Joanne


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