Skin Doc: Hair Inhibitor

‘Skin Doctors’ work miracles on the skin but now they’re working miracles in the hair department. The leg hair department to be more exact.

After erasing our spots, minimising our pores and keeping our skin silky smooth, ‘Skin Doctors’ are now promising to reduce hair re-growth.

The ‘Skin Doctors Hair No More Inhibitor Spray’ contains all natural herbal extracts so you can be sure your skin won’t feel irritated after use. The product aims to reduce hair re-growth. The spray saturates the hair follicle, starving the hair of the nutrients it needs. Hair will thus grow back finer and sparser. After using for a prolonged period of time, the hair sometimes doesn’t come back at all! Bonus!

I used a Veet Hair removal cream on my legs and then applied the spray every day for the first week, and as instructed, reduced my usage to every other day afterwards. After using this product for 2 weeks, I’ve noticed several things; the spray is odourless and feels instantly moisturising on the skin. I’m only a quarter of the way down the bottle, reducing my usage as I go. From this, I imagine that the bottle will last a good couple of months, a lot longer than I expected it to. The majority of my hairs are now blonde and they do feel a lot softer to touch. They are still growing back at their normal speed but after a couple more weeks of using the product, I’m hoping this will soon reduce. 

Not unlike other skin products, I’m sure this will work at different levels and speeds for each individual person.  I’m very interested to find out whether any of you guys have used it before and how well it works for you. Personally, I can’t wait for the day that I no longer have to worry about whether I’ve shaved my legs whilst wearing my shorts at the beach!

You can buy the Hair Inhibitor for £10.20.  Find out more at skin doctors.co.uk. Let me know your thoughts in the comments or on our twitter page (twitter.com/Student_Wire)

 

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Brittany Guymer

Editor of the Student Wire | Studying PR and Journalism at Leeds Beckett | Lover of good music and all things quirky | Easily bribed with mini eggs

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