Maximum smoothness with minimum hassle. Sounds good to me, but can it be true. In the case of Nair Shower Power Max, I am still not sure. The commercial came on the other day while Isabella and I were catching up on our Real Housewives drama so we decided to try it out. I have used Nair in the past but not this particular product. It comes in a convient pump bottle with a sponge that is smooth on one side and bumpy on the other. The directions say that you smooth it onto your dry legs, let it set for one minute, and then jump into the shower and start your bathing routine, with the cream still on. The formula can withstand the water, but just not a direct stream. I tried to do it, but I couldn't. Once you put the lotion on, it seems to dry into your legs. But once I got in the shower, I was super aware of the fact that I had it on and couldn't figure out how not to get the water directly on it. The directions say to let it stay on for at least 2 minutes but no longer than 10. I think I made it to 2 1/2 minutes, but then I needed to take it off. You use the bumpy side of the sponge and watch the hair come right off. This didn't happen for me. Now, it wasn't a total bust. I do see some of the hair on my leg gone, but there is still a lot left. I am willing to try it again though. I think next time I will leave it on for 5 minutes outside of the shower and then jump in and start to take it off. I would call this product a Try Again.
Have you used Nair Shower Power?? How were your results??