Wow Hair Vanish Cream For Sensitive Skin: Dermatocare Reviews

Wow Hair Vanish Cream For Sensitive Skin: Dermatocare Reviews

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Wow hair vanish cream for sensitive skin might help in retarding the hair growth with the help of natural hair growth retardants like papain, licorice and Narcicicuss tazetta bulb extract. It is specially formulated for sensitive skin of underarm and bikini area.

Will it work? Wow hair vanish cream might help in retarding the hair growth  with the help of:

  • Licorice: This study done in rats concluded that glycyrrhizic acid in licorice can be used for treating hypertrichosis in humans (1). In another study, the effect of LASER hair removal was enhanced considerably with use 15% Licorice cream in between the sessions (2).
  • Papain: This enzyme is obtained from the peel of papaya, and a study demonstrates the depilatory effect of papain on hair follicles (3).
  • Narcicicuss tazetta bulb extract: The natural aqueous extract from Narcissus bulbs in their dormant state that can slow cell proliferation in a reversible and general manner (4). 

As compared to wow hair vanish cream for women that is meant for face and body, this variant has aloe vera to soothe the sensitive skin of underarms and bikini area. It also has tea tree oil that can prevent bacterial and fungal infection this area. Another advantage of Wow...

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Wow hair vanish cream for sensitive skin might help in retarding the hair growth with the help of natural hair growth retardants like papain, licorice and Narcicicuss tazetta bulb extract. It is specially formulated for sensitive skin of underarm and bikini area.

Will it work? Wow hair vanish cream might help in retarding the hair growth  with the help of:

  • Licorice: This study done in rats concluded that glycyrrhizic acid in licorice can be used for treating hypertrichosis in humans (1). In another study, the effect of LASER hair removal was enhanced considerably with use 15% Licorice cream in between the sessions (2).
  • Papain: This enzyme is obtained from the peel of papaya, and a study demonstrates the depilatory effect of papain on hair follicles (3).
  • Narcicicuss tazetta bulb extract: The natural aqueous extract from Narcissus bulbs in their dormant state that can slow cell proliferation in a reversible and general manner (4). 

As compared to wow hair vanish cream for women that is meant for face and body, this variant has aloe vera to soothe the sensitive skin of underarms and bikini area. It also has tea tree oil that can prevent bacterial and fungal infection this area. Another advantage of Wow hair vanish cream is that it might also lighten the skin of underarms and bikini area with the help of licorice, papain and aloe vera.

Where can I use this cream? According to the manufacturer, you can use Wow hair vanish cream for delicate skin areas with coarser hair like underarms and bikini area.

How to use? Apply it liberally and massage lightly after every waxing or shaving or threading or depilation. Reapply daily.

What to expect? Wow hair vanish cream should be applied shaving, waxing or LASER 2-3 times a day on the desired area of the body for the first time. You might notice that hair take a longer time to re-appear. Even prescribed medications like Eflornithine can at best retard the hair growth but not stop it. Thus, Wow hair vanish cream is a greener alternative to increase the gap between 2 hair removal sessions. It is NOT a substitute for threading, waxing, or LASER sessions. Secondly, if you have some underlying cause for excessive hair, this cream might not help unless the underlying hormonal issues are addressed.

For which skin type? Not applicable

Is it safe? Yes, it does not have any toxic ingredients?

Will it irritate sensitive skin? You should do a patch test before using this cream, especially if your skin is sensitive.
 

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DETAILED ANALYSIS OF INGREDIENTS

Ingredient Type: Has both natural and synthetic ingredeints
Harmful Ing.: none
EWG : Not found
Comedogenic Ing.: None
Irritating Ing.: Papain
Fragrances: Yes
Active Ing.:
  • Licorice: This study done in rats concluded that glycyrrhizic acid in licorice can be used for treating hypertrichosis in humans (1). In another study,...
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