Hair removing Spray, newly launched here.. what say??

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@ShifaLk (7493)
India
March 28, 2017 10:06am CST
My little niece introduced to me the hair removing spray she saw with her muma at the cosmetic outlet. I'm sharing a link here where some brands commit that hair won't grow back after a few times use but I don't think that's true. Though brands are giving money back guarantee. What are your views? Anyone uses that? Thanks
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@ridingbet (46858)
• Philippines
29 Mar 17
i don't have that condition called hirsutism. my body/arm hairs are so fine that you cannot see the hairs rise when i get goosebumps. so i don't use that item, my friend
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@ShifaLk (7493)
• India
29 Mar 17
Woh! That's a boon
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@ridingbet (46858)
• Philippines
29 Mar 17
@ShifaLk i am 'bald'. hahaha!
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@ShifaLk (7493)
• India
31 Mar 17
@ridingbet I wish to be bald too then haha
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@DianneN (74247)
• United States
28 Mar 17
It won't work. I know enough about beauty products to say so. Sorry.
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@ShifaLk (7493)
• India
29 Mar 17
@DianneNWhat? Really? Oh but for temporary removal of the hair is that okay?
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@DianneN (74247)
• United States
3 Apr 17
@ShifaLk I would think so. There are other hair removal products made just for that.
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@ShifaLk (7493)
• India
3 Apr 17
@DianneN yes, you're right but actually this one is working fast. We just spray, n in a 2-4 minutes we can remove.
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• Midland, Michigan
30 Mar 17
I've used hair removal products when I was young. Now that I'm older I don't worry about removing the hair on my legs plus it's changed color and isn't seen much anyway. If it does remove hair, I'm sure the hair would still grow back. If it really can remove it completely then there's also the possibility of allergic reactions to the spray.
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@ShifaLk (7493)
• India
31 Mar 17
Oh I see. Yes that's a point. I need to have some research on it then. I'll better check the reviews for the product.. Thanks for your help.
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• Midland, Michigan
31 Mar 17
@ShifaLk I'm guessing you're a female? Is it common for women to shave their legs there now too?
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@ShifaLk (7493)
• India
1 Apr 17
@MarshaMusselman oh yes...but why?. You mean being an Indian? Yes, it is very common.
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@BelleStarr (36965)
• Portland, Connecticut
3 Apr 17
I don't use any hair removal products so I can't say, sorry.
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@ShifaLk (7493)
• India
5 Apr 17
Oh. It's okay. Thanks for responding
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@Sambriel (623)
12 Apr 17
@ShifaLk my first time of about it!
@ShifaLk (7493)
• India
17 Apr 17
Ohh hehe I thought you're a guy