My hairy upper lip is one of the most annoying things ever.  Back in Scotland, I used to get it threaded every fortnight, but now that I’m in Melbourne and no cheapo threading beauty salon in sight, I have had to resort to shaving!!!  Nah, I’m just kidding – I use facial hair removal cream and at last, I’ve found one that I like!  Say “Hello” to Nair Sensitive Precision Facial Hair Removal Cream and say “See you later” to your facial hair!

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Why I Like Nair Sensitive Precision Facial Hair Removal Cream

♥  Small, handy tube with slanted applicator to enable direct application onto facial hair area

♥  Smells like your typical facial hair removal cream, but it isn’t overpowering

♥  I have sensitive skin which can react easily, but have no problems with this when I use a wet cotton pad to wipe away the cream (dry cotton pad gave me slight post-hair-removal burns)

♥  3-4 minutes of your life will be wasted but at least, you’ll be moustache-free for 2 weeks!  During the waiting period, I apply lipstick to alleviate boredom!  Try it.

♥  Doesn’t cost a bomb (bought it for under $10AUD)

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One day, I shall get the upper facial hair lasered – this will be when I have lots of money!!  Notice I say “when” and not “if”!!!  As for now, I shall be using Nair Sensitive Facial Hair Removal Cream to get rid of my ‘tache.

How do you get rid of the hairs on your upper lip?  (Be warned – Do NOT buy this one!!)

33 comments on “See You Later Facial Hair With Nair Sensitive Precision Facial Hair Removal Cream”

    • @beetrice, Hehe! Actually, I seem to be funnier online than in real life :S

      Anywaaaaay, yeah, if you need to get rid of facial hair DIY-style, try this Nair cream out 🙂

  1. I can’t be stuffed with creams so I had mine lasered off. Got it from one of ’em group discount websites, so it’s not very exxy 😛

  2. I need to try this, I’ve used cream hair removers in the past but my skin gets very swollen, red and irritated so I’ve been having it threaded, but I’d like something I can do myself at home.

    • @Megan, I’d choose threading any day over hair removal creams. But seeing as I haven’t found anywhere that does it in Melbourne, this is a great alternative 🙂

  3. I think I’m going to try this out xPP ! I used some random facial hair remover cream ..which I think is … Avon’s? I forgot. It’s not that bad but the smell is disgusting >.<

  4. If you usually thread, why don’t you just pluck? Same results as threading and I can’t imagine you having a lot of upper lip hair anyway, (because of your background) so it wouldn’t take too long. I have had bad experiences with those types of creams… Seems to dissolve everything BUT my hair, lol.

    • @Rin, Plucking takes me back to my teenage years LOL. But plucking takes time…and definitely longer than 3 minutes! And trust me, I have a lotta facial hair hahahaha…. my Husband always reminds me it’s time to get rid of it LOL

  5. If you wanna do laser or EPL you have to come back to Scotland and get it done during winter time. Or else you have to avoid the sun at all cause, or you’ll end up with a funny patch!

  6. It looks easy peasy! I just got their wax strips! Hopefully it works just as well but this facial hair removal cream is definitely in my next shopping list!!

    Great review Ling! 🙂

  7. thanks for sharing this – will give it a try for sure.. been going for threading but can be troublesome at times as i have to book appointment.

  8. I just tried this but it wasnt effective.. maybe i didnt put as much as you did… also there is a slight smell to it..

    will give a second try again!

  9. I have thick hair so I am trying to use a hair removal wax or lotion at home. What are the best brads out there and how long should your hair be when waxing?

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