How does your hair removal system differ from other products?
Our products are natural, have no harsh chemicals, no parabens, no methylparabens, no animal products, and remove hair to the root, eliminating ingrown hairs and exfoliating the skin in it’s entirety.
Is Hair No More an all natural product?
Yes, it is FDA approved for ingredients, medically approved, clinically and dermatology tested, and 100% safe, effective, and painless.
How long do I have to wait if I have just shaved, waxed, or used any other hair removal process?
Wait at least 48 hours and be sure there is no prior skin irritation present.
Unlike other depilatories, does your Vanishing Crème remove hair to the root?
Yes, completely to the root bulb in its entirety. That’s how the hair is able to stay away for weeks at a time.
Will I eliminate the chance of ingrown hairs and razor bumps by using your hair removal system?
How do I prepare my skin for hair removal?
Do not precondition or pre-wash the skin.
How do I apply the Vanishing Crème?
With a plastic knife or spatula.
Why do I patch test the Hair Vanishing Crème first?
To determine the exact timing of hair removal to the root and to avoid skin irritation.
What are sensitive areas?
Scalp, face, neck, underarms and bikini line.
What warning will let me know when to remove the Vanishing Crème from my skin?
If any tingling occurs, wipe skin with dry tissue or soft paper towel, and flush immediately with cool water, no soap.
When can I reapply the Vanishing Crème again?
Not for 24 hours after hair removal or until stubble reappears.
Must I patch test each new area?
Yes, testing in a small patch is recommended as hair is different all over your body.
How long before hair regrowth will reoccur?
Up to 3 to 6 weeks. Results may vary.
Do I apply both the Soothing Gel and the Spray Mist Inhibitor on a particular skin area?
No, because it’s designed to be used conveniently according to the size of the skin area.
How do I decide where to apply the Soothing Gel Inhibitor?
The Soothing Gel is more conveniently used on the scalp, face, upper lip, chin, eyebrows, sideburns, neck, underarms and bikini.
What part of my body would I use the Spray Mist Inhibitor?
For chest, legs or back.
Why do I need to follow with an Inhibitor?
Because your skin has been exfoliated with the removal of the dead cells for a new layer of baby-soft skin for its protection.
What will the Inhibitors do for my skin?
They gradually discourage regrowth, provide PH balance, hydrate, moisturize and condition the skin, as well as protecting against environmental damage.
When can I apply sunblock?
After the application of the Inhibitor.
What do I do before applying the Inhibitor after hair removal?
First you must thoroughly flush the skin with cool water and pat dry. Do not, at any time, rub the skin (to prevent irritation).
How soon do I apply the Hair Inhibitor?
Normally, immediately after washing the skin, unless skin is irritated. Then apply later. Just a thin smear is adequate. Be sure to reapply the Hair Inhibitor after washing your face or body.
How often do I apply the Inhibitor?
Apply twice per day the first week, and once or twice per day thereafter to gradually reduce hair growth.
How soon can I expect my beard to respond to reduction of hair growth?
Results will vary. Beards will take longer to reach desired results.
If my skin is very sensitive, must I restrict use of any of your products?
Always patch test each new area and use with caution.