This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of Nad’s. All opinions and thoughts are my own.
You all know how obsessed I am with natural beauty and skincare products. From my shampoo to lipstick and everything in between. If it doesn’t have natural ingredients, I simply don’t want to be using it on my skin and body. That’s why I’m excited to partner with Nad’s and talk about their Nad’s Natural Hair Removal Gel Kit. Just because Summer is coming to an end, doesn’t mean I want the smooth skin to end. So let’s talk!
Let’s talk facts. There are tons of hair removal products out there that are the farthest from natural and have so many chemicals in them, it’s hard to count them all. The detail I love most about Nad’s Natural Hair Removal Gel Kit is it’s natural ingredients like sugar, water, date extract, honey, vinegar and lemon. I mean, I can literally eat all of those things!
Another factor that makes me love this product is that it’s been dermatologically tested and is hypoallergenic. I have extremely sensitive skin and whether it’s my makeup, facial cleanser or hair removal product-I need it to be gentle on my skin. Which brings me to the next aspect of Nad’s Natural Hair Removal Gel Kit that you’ll love.
Besides the ingredients that make Nad’s Natural Hair Removal Gel Kit a great option for sensitive skin (and any of us that want the best for our skin in general) it also removes hair without any heat. Instead, the gel melts with your body temperature when applied and then washes away with water.
My concern with DIY and at home waxing has always been about burning myself, but now I don’t have to worry about that. Which I love!
So where can you use this removal gel? On your face, legs, arms, bikini and underarms. I’ve personally been using the kit on my underarms. Since it removes hair from the root, the results are long lasting. Up to 8 weeks!
So tell me, what are your thoughts on at home waxing? Do you love the convenience as much as me? And what do you think about all of the natural details in this product? Would love to hear!