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Gi Gi Creme Hair Removal Soft Wax For Sensitive Skin, 14 Oz

GiGi

Gi Gi Creme Hair Removal Soft Wax For Sensitive Skin, 14 Oz

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  • Melts at a lower temperature for a more comfortable application
  • Perfect for sensitive skin
  • 14 ounce can
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BEST WAX EVERBEST WAX EVER!!!!!!! It does work if you're smart enough to wax. Go with the grain while applying, against the grain quickly when removing. Pull straight back while holding shik around it tight. Yes it's sticky but duh it's wax, baby oil takes it right off you or anything you get it on. I started out saying no way never again but I taught myself. Now I don't own a razor, I'm super soft longer, no razor burn, I do all my friends, and my hair grows back thinner. This is a must!5DissatisfiedNot as good as I expected it to be. I used to buy chocolate creme wax mostly which is an awesome product so this time I thought of buying this as the description says- it's for sensitive skin.But this product isn't even close to choco creme wax. It looks pretty smooth and easy to apply though but it isn't the case.Overall I'm giving 3 stars to this product considering it gets the work done. That's it3Most Effective Gentle FormulaThis is perfect for those with sensitive areas or thinner skin that's more likely to tear (for me, it's the underarms and bikini-line), or for those who live in colder climates and have trouble with dry skin. I still have to use the all-purpose wax on some areas (and in the summer) because it has slightly better adhesion (for areas with courses hair), but this sensitive version is the best and gentlest I've ever used otherwise.4Won't buy again.I've used this wax tub three times now, and I'm not as happy with it as I expected. I was previously using a tea tree formula from another brand in my GiGi warmer. However, this new wax has to be applied thicker, and leaves more residue than I'm used to. It also leaves many hairs behind, forcing much more tweezing than should be necessary. It heats quickly and can take a higher temp without burning me, it seems. I won't waste the product, but I'll be purchasing WOVEN strips to use with it. This will increase my overall cost for waxing, but I'm hoping it will help this wax grip the hairs. For reference, I'm Caucasian, having dark, thick hair, and I used it on bikini and underarm areas. Update : no improvement with new strips.2It s ripped my skin offWorst wax I ever used!! I have super sensitive skin and have been waxing myself for years. This wax is by far one of the worst waxes I have ever used. It melts just fine but does not remove hair well and ripped off my skin it looked like I had road rash where ever I waxed. I even had my previous wax girl try it on me (maybe user error) same thing. Would not recommend1Yea.... this was terrible.Well it came and some of th wax spewed out because it was melted. But I ll givd that a pass because that s probably from how hot it is outside that cause it to melt. But it is super messy, does not pull out any hair, and is just overall terrible. I m just going to go back to the hard wax because this was horrible.1Messy messy messy! Not really hard wax. Honest review Let me start by telling you that I read all the good reviews and even the ones that said: don t listen to bad reviews. The wax takes several minutes to melt bc of course you have to melt the whole can. The only good thing about it it s that is easy to spread. The instructions say to leave it for 30 sec until it dries. It never really dries. NOT Like the wax beads real hard wax This wax is like home made honey wax that you would use with Muslin cloths. You have to leave it 30 freaking seconds. If you leave it longer then forget it. It would just break. And even when you do it right, it would break at the edges. It is not about technique, this wax just sucks and it shouldn t be labeled as hard wax. When you are trying to lift it up, all the residue gets in your nails. When it Dries, It s like bubble gum that you can stretch, you can even play with it like play-doh. I have always used Kolua blue wax and it s so easy, but I can t even imagine using this mess on my lady parts. I did my legs and just took me forever. Do yourself a favor and don t waste your money! It looks like a good deal for the price in comparison with Sally Beauty, but I wouldn t give 2 bucks for this. If you are looking for a good HARD WAX buy Kolua. 1Great wax and easy to use. My salon uses this and this only! Firstly if you buy it at Sally Beauty, it s about $16, so this is much cheaper on Amazon. I use this for body waxing on my bikini area and underarm. Make sure you don t let us dry too long or it would crack or dried out. I use the wooden spatula and apply a thick layer in the patch you make. heat the wax until it is thick enough that it doesn t quickly run off like water. Dip the spatula around a few times until you get a lot of the wax to be centered on the tip. Spread on your skin in the direction of hair and make sure to leave enough product at the end of the strip so that you have enough wax to hold onto when you are ready to pull off the wax. wait 10-15 seconds. pull it quickly! 5Good ProductThis does the job well. I have a lot of experience waxing myself, so I can do it with little stickiness or mess. This is the type of product that works based on the user's own skills, so if you're a novice, you may have trouble using this cleanly.Tips:- use a wider piece of muslin than the width of the wax your body-- keeping the edges of the muslin piece clear of wax will make everything mess-free and make it easier to handle for multiple uses.- trace the jar of wax on a paper plate and cut out the hole, then push the plate up to the rim of the jar-- this will help with drips and keep a mess-free warmer and floor/table- the less wax you have in the jar, the hotter it will be-- let it cool or blow on it to avoid burning yourself5Great for legsWorks great on legs, but other areas are too sensitive for this wax. I'd use hard wax for all other areas.4Difficult to useI don't personally like this product. I've been using Gigi's hard wax for years which I love and decided to switch it up, but this product fell short. It's incredibly sticky at room temperature and nearly impossible to remove from dry skin. It's also very messy and difficult to use; it may be good for a professional but as an occasional at-home waxer, I did not find this product helpful. I'd get the hard wax.2Nice and easy to use but requires lots of clean up afterwardsThe cream wax is okay. It can get extremely messy extremely fast. It s easy to use for shaping, like eyebrows, which is really the only thing I like about it. Because the sticky mess it leaves behind is just Crazy. DEFINITELY read the full description on amazon and don t use on coarse hair. This wax is definitely not meant for that Incase anyone is planning to give a bad review based on that.3Fabulous! Well, this is going to be a long one filled with info so you don't hate your life afterwards.The first time I did it, that was me. There is a learning curve and it doesn't matter how many reviews you read, everything is hard to remember when you've accidentally globbed on a chunk of wax on your armpit and you stalled just long enough or haven't gotten it warm enough and it dries and gets hard. That was really freaking painful.So my tips in bullet points:*a lot of people suggest watching videos. Probably a good idea. Based on my first experience with doing this on my own, I probably should have done that. But obviously, since I had been to a spa once and gotten it done, I was a professional. This is very false. Don't assume that you can just man up and do it. You might can, but it is a lot harder when it comes down to it.*It hurts like a bitch. You're not a sissy for popping a few Advil 30 minutes before. Do it.*Even though it by no means makes you a professional, go out to a salon and get one done so you kind of know what to do and what your pain tolerance is going to be.*Shell out the extra twenty bucks to get the kit. I cannot imagine how difficult it would be without the warmer.*Make sure wax is warm enough but not too hot. Someone suggested getting it melted and then putting it between off and medium. Excellent advice. It takes AGES to melt the first time, so don't think your warmer is rubbish.*Before you start, make sure you have baby powder, coconut oil (or the oil in the kit) and scissors handy. Baby powder is in case you get sweaty and clammy. Dries the skin before you put the oil on. I'm in love with coconut oil and it did an excellent job.*DON'T FORGET TO OIL!! Seriously. Put it all over everywhere you're going to do before you start just in case you forget between times. Let me tell you, waxing is a zillion times more painful when it takes your skin with it. And there is such a thing as under oiling. If you overdo it, wait like thirty seconds and you're fine.*If you're sporting a forest down there, cut it first. 1/4 of an inch seems to the the rule of thumb. This part is as important as oiling.*Don't spread it on too thickly. It gets chunky and hardens faster and you're stuck with blobs of wax in your netheryayah. Not fun.*Start on your legs. Get it right on your legs first, and know you're going to mess up on your lady parts anyway. It is just a matter of of how many times you mess up.*I've said it before, but, don't forget the oil.*Once you feel as though you have graduated from your legs go to a practice strip on your armpits. This is as painful as your upcoming bikini, so it is a good test to see if your Advil has kicked in yet. But to be fair, there isn't really enough Advil to make it not hurt at least a little.*Start small and start thin. You don't want paper thin, but not too thick. This is where your first learning curve comes in.*Once you have done a strip or two on your armpits, head downtown.*Start on the outsides and work your way in. For me, the "landing strip" was the most painful part to take off. This is really only a problem if you are doing the full Monty though.*When you move down towards your netherparts, get a mirror and sit on the floor back on the wall. If you can get gyno style with your back supported and your feet pushing on something, you're going to be better off.*Be careful around the really sensitive areas and try not to double wax. Don't freak out if you accidentally do, but try to avoid it.*Don't forget your oil.*The whole area gets really sensitive and it takes a long time when you first start, so if you find it getting unbearable, do your armpits or your legs or stomach or whatever for fifteen or twenty minutes and give it a little rest.*Look away when you pull and remember to pull the opposite direction of the hair growth. And don't yank up. When you go get your salon wax, carefully watch how they do it.*If you get clammy from the pain, the coconut oil does jack, so put some baby powder on for half a minute or so and then re-oil.*If you pansy out, you've just shot yourself in the foot. But if you do, those scissors you have handy find another use. If it gets really hard and crumbly and you simply can't do it, you can sometimes pull it up enough to cut off the hairs and the wax. Just watch your skin. They make wax remover but I didn't have any, and once it is on and solid, the oil doesn't help you at all. Some people recommend baby oil, but I didn't have it around for the infamous armpit of 2012 episode.All of that said, the stuff really is awesome. The bad reviews are user error. I refrained from writing a review after my first time because I figured I would try again before I made a judgement on the product. Glad I did.It still hurts, especially if you have sensitive skin like me, but it gets better!Oh! And also- if you get any bumps that come to a head, you're not supposed to pop them, but I had a really big, itchy one that I accidentally scratched and it popped. Few hours later, a tiny shard of wax popped out with the tiniest speck of root. I assume it was a pore that had two and only one if them came out. So just FYI, if you get a big itchy whitehead, put some Neosporin and a band aid on it and let it soften and see when it does.Good luck! :) 5great wax! this is my go-to hard wax. It s sooo much cheaper than buying it at Sally Beauty where it s like $16. I use this for body waxing on my arms, legs, and underarm. I have semi-coarse hair. I ve used over 8 containers in the past 2 years. A lot of y all dont know how to properly wax which is why the wax cracks for you, why it drips all over, and why it s super painful to yank off when you let it dry too long. also PLEASE use a wooden spatula and apply an EVEN layer in the patch you make. that is key. here are my tips: heat the wax until it is thick enough that it doesn t quickly run off the spatula when you lift the spatula off the container. flip the spatula around a few times until you get a lot of the wax to be centered on the tip of the wooden spatula. press down on your skin in the direction of hair and make sure to leave enough product at the end of the strip so that you have enough wax to hold onto when you will pull against the direction of hair growth. pat on the strip with your hand after a few seconds but don t wait too long. I usually just wait 10-15 seconds. pull it quickly. it won t crumble in pieces if you yank it off while it s still A BIT soft 5Ignore the negative comments. 3rd year self taught user! This wax works great. Reading through the negative reviews and most of them tell me they basically have no idea what they are doing. I've used this wax for 3 years now and you just need to know how to apply (and rip off) hard wax. If it breaks that means it was on too long. If it was hard to work with, that means the wax is too hot. It's not rocket science! If you have problems removing the leftover bits of wax, buy GiGi's post-wax cooling gel. Comes off like a charm, while both cooling and soothing your post-wax areas. I'm no cosmetologist, I'm just self taught from the directions that come with this original full set. Wax is wax - you just need to educate yourself on how to use it! 5Cautions and a basic idea of how to wax.***Waxing requires experience and good technique or you can injure someone. It is not for everyone. If you have doubts please visit a professional rather than do something that may damage your body!!! Messing up can cause burns, bruises, ripped skin, and ingrown hairs among other things.*** Still considering it? Watch videos of professional wax techs (not Hollywood portrayals, every one I have ever seen was wrong). Gigi has some nearly hairless models on their website but they teach good techniques. If you still want to go ahead, please buy the right stuff. You will need a Gigi pot with Off/Low/Med/High settings in addition to the wax. Make sure you have plenty of applicator sticks and removal strips. Have corn starch powder and baby oil handy too. Hair should be 1/4-1/2 inch or so. Longer hair may cause pulling issues so trim it down! The wax needs to preheat on high at least 30 minutes to an hour before you start. Cover anything you don't want to spill wax on (I put newspaper on the floor and under the pot) because it can be hard to clean up. Dust the area of your body you want to wax with the powder before waxing. Test the wax on your wrist before applying! It should be thin (somewhere between paint and honey) but stick to the applicator and spread on easily and thinly (think paper thin... the thinner the better). Apply in small sections in the direction of hair growth and immediately apply a removal strip, rubbing firmly in the direction of growth. Grab the bottom of the strip and pull quickly in the direction opposite the growth and application. Most of the hair should come off. If the wax is too cold, too thick, or sits on your skin too long it will not work as well. If it hurts, try a smaller section next time (but be real... you are ripping hair out by the root, it is going to be uncomfortable). A little wax residue may linger on your skin. When you are done with that section of your body, take a clean strip and rub it on the residue and quickly pull it off. Most of it will come off and the rest can be massaged off with baby oil. After you are done and cleaned up, remember that your skin may be sensitive for a while so stay out of the sun. Your pores may be open for a while so take proper precautions. Remember to exfoliate the area often (to prevent ingrown hairs) and moisturize daily!5great buy!!!!! this is the one you wantthis is the BEST wax that I have purchased. don't waste your money on the honey wax stuff..... SUPER sticky mess. This creme wax was easy to apply and most importantly came off easily.great for sensitive skin as well.5Lifts Skintoo sticky, lifts skin easily. If it is too hot it burns and lifts skin, if not hot enough its too thick nd pulls and lifts skin. DONT USE ON FACE!1This wax is awesome! I LOVE this wax! I'm new to waxing. First, I ordered the Brazilian hard wax. I liked it okay, but its was tricky to use and it took a very long time (3-4 hrs a day for 7 days) to do just my legs. This wax is awesome, completely painless, even on my bikini line and it gets all the hair, and goes MUCH faster than the hard wax, about 2 hours total to do my legs and bikini line. 5No pain, no gain! The first time I tried this, it was a gnarly mess. I had to pluck this ball of wax off which had clumped together. I could feel it coming off one patch hair at a time. This is after I read the instructions and watched a youtube video, I think. It was ungodly. I tried it again (Hey, I'm cheap. I gotta use it all up before buying a new one) and I finally figured it out.I make sure the wax is warm enough so there are no hard pieces as I stir the can. Then I apply the warm wax directly on the strip. Apply, let it sit for three seconds, then rip that thing off from top to bottom. I didn't use baby powder (it was the reason why the wax clumped up during my first try) nor used oil. Just apply and wax 2" x 2" at a time with a moderate amount of wax. Success! 4Horrific Brazilian I bought this wax as it was recommended to me as a good hard wax for Brazilians. I am writing this review after a horrific experience I just had with this wax. I have been doin. At home Brazilian waxes on myself for some time now. After heating he wax to the correct temperature, I get to my Brazilian, and to my realization, AFTER applying, I cannot for the life of me get it off! It s like pulling thick honey off your skin, but ten times worse! It took me 45 minutes to rip little chunks of this off. Brazilians are already not too pleasant, this just made it ten times worse. Would not recommend. Save yourself the money and pain. 1Sticky messy drippy but did that job. AP honey is better. This is Not suitable for facial hair You know I actually left a bad review on the warmer because I thought it was the Warmer that was bad, but now I realized it s not the warmer it s actually this wax that s the problem. First of all when I got the package The wax can was tipped over on one side. Which is usually fine because I know things get thrown around during shipping and plus it s not like it was leaking or anything. So I thought no problem I ll just take the lid off. Well taking the lid off took 10 minutes because the wax was stuck to the lid and it was so thick, and hard and sticky. It actually bent the lid when I took it off I didn t even get to use the wax at this point and it was already all over my hand and under my fingernails. So I just threw the lid away all together because it was starting to stick on everything. I thought the problem would be solved if I just heated it up. Well I had the warmer set up to 245 which is the highest setting and it took 30 minutes for it get slightly workable. It was very hot when I touched it But still unbearably sticky. I would say it almost has the same consistency of hard wax. So I kept melting and melting it until it was as liquified as possible. Every time I pull the stick out of the pot there was so much stringy residue it was like roiling spaghetti on a fork. Except this waxgetti was just endless and kept dripping which made a mess. Now as far as functionality. It did take off most of the hair off my skin. However i noticed that I could only use the strip once and there was hardly any stick left for a second pull. I was able to get a lot more pulls with one strip with the all purpose honey one. And this one I could barely reuse one strip. The biggest issue I had is the stickiness because when i went to wax my face it would create several wax strings across my face. And it got on my hair and my eyebrows it was a mess !!! Due to the thickness it was really hard to even get a thin amount on my face for waxing under/above my eyebrows. So in order for me to not take off more eyebrow than I want I would have to apply the wax further above the desired part Im removing otherwise the wax would expand downwards when I put the strip down and then it would take my whole eyebrow off.The cleanup was horrible. Turns out The sticky string residue got allover the floor and I had to baby oil my floor down and used old cards to scrape off the the wax.... this stuff is not good. I would give this one star but I m giving 2 stars because it did remove the hair. But I would recommend everyone just by the the honey wax and pass on this one. 2
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