Yes, absolutely, they both can be used in the same areas. A cream is generally thicker in texture and covers smaller areas, such as underarm and bikini. A lotion is slightly “runnier” and covers larger area such as legs.
The product works best on well-kept moisturised skin. We recommend exfoliating 24 hours before using the product as dry, scaly skin will compromise the efficacy of the product.
The product works best on clean, dry skin. That said, it is not advisable to use a hair removal cream or lotion immediately after a hot bath, as the pores will be dilated. Also ensure the skin is free of oiliness and residue from products like moisturisers and sunscreen.
When using a hair removal lotion, you will achieve smoother, softer skin. Hair is removed just below the skin surface and regrows with rounded tips, feeling softer to touch.
Oxidisation may occur if the lid of the tube is not closed tightly, once used ensure that the lid is secured
It is important to timeously do a patch test 24 hours before you want to remove your hair. Apply the product to a small section of the area from which you wish to remove the hair. Do not rub in. Leave for 5 minutes and remove with a damp cloth. Wait 24 hours – if the skin is calm and comfortable, then proceed the removal to the desired area.
It is necessary to do a patch test each and every time you want to remove hair, as the skin may have been subjected to various conditions such as sun or wind burn, stress, medication etc. These can cause the skin to be react to the product in a different manner to the time before.
Due to sensitives of the skin you should wait 2 days before attempting to remove hair in the same area.
Apply a soothing balm like an Aloe Vera gel. Usually any reaction disappears within a few hours as the skin gains tolerance of the product. If the symptoms persist, please seek medical advice.
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