Veet Full Body Waxing Kit | Review, Tips, and Tricks

Have you ever been bothered by the amount of money you spend on your waxing appointments? Such a recurring expenditure might be concerning for many. Also, booking an appointment and clearing your schedule for the same is quite inconvenient. Another problem faced by some people is that if the wax is even a tad too hot, they suffer from a lot of ingrown hair after waxing.

Shaving and hair removal creams are good alternatives for affordable hair removal at home, but their effects are short-lived and you will be greeted by a sharp stubble within a few days. I personally prefer the Veet Full Body Waxing Kit to get rid of my body hair whenever I want to.

This handy kit contains 20 wax strips (2 strips are stuck together to protect the waxy side), and 4 oil wipes to remove the wax and hydrate the skin post waxing. You need to rub each pair of strips between your hands to warm the wax and then you can proceed with waxing as per the usual method. These wax strips effectively remove the hair and one strip stays sticky for up to 4-5 applications. Therefore, I never need more than 8 strips for my legs and arms. Since this kit of 20 strips is priced at INR 170, you can do the math to see how much more affordable they are as compared to a waxing session in a salon.

A few tricks that will help you with effective hair removal are to always place the strip in the direction of the hair growth and pull back in the opposite direction. Everybody’s hair grows differently, so make sure to follow the growth of your hair. Secondly, pull off the strips in one swift motion to ensure that all the hair is removed. Thirdly, if some stubborn hairs are not budging then bring out your tweezers and pluck them out. Lastly, store these strips in a relatively cool place to ensure that they don’t get overly sticky. If you follow these simple tips then you will get super smooth skin at home.

I find that this kit gives me comparable results to salons, with lesser pain and irritation. It helps to remove the dead skin and tan as well. The only issue is that since two strips are stuck together you can’t use an odd number of strips, and sometimes while you are working with one strip, the other one flies away! Other than this minor problem, I find that this waxing kit is perfect for regular use and also for touch-ups when you are too busy or traveling.

I hope that these tips and the review were useful. Buy the Veet Full Body Waxing Kit here.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Azra says:

    I wasn’t really impressed with these, I felt like they had too much wax on them and didn’t work that well for me. I’m glad you love them. I definitely prefer doing waking at home, it’s cheaper and it’s good to know that you can do it yourself and be comfortable with it. xx

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    1. Mrinalini says:

      They seem to have improved their formula with time. Also, sometimes the shopkeepers don’t store them properly, which ruins their texture. Too bad they didn’t work for you!

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  2. Simran says:

    That’s great ,I have used this earlier. They were pretty good for quick hair removal.
    Just wanted to tell you that I nominated you for a blog award 🙂 Do read,to write or not is your choice.

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    1. Mrinalini says:

      Thanks! Will definitely check it out!

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  3. hudapervez says:

    I’ve tried their products before and I felt they they always left me with ingrown hair; that’s why I started getting waxed from the salon again!
    I want to get hair laser removal sometime in the future hopefully so I don’t have to deal with this hahah!

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  4. Ms Meehnia says:

    I have used these before, they are great for emergencies but I don’t prefer them for like properly removing hair.
    Nice post 🙂

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