Friday, January 18, 2013

Etude House Waxing Patch Review

Do you girls have a mustache? I DO! and it's been annoying me for so long timeeee. I used to use Sally Hansen waxing strips, but unfortunately I couldn't find it here in Taiwan and I've tried using the hair removal cream (forgot the brand) but it came with strong smell and irritated my skin so bad. I even got it laser (hair removal laser), it can clean up the hair and last for 1 month, but leaving that skin area so dry and itchy. So, when I visit Etude House i saw this stuff

YES!!! It's face waxing patch, so exciting to see this ^.^

Don't worry they have english instruction of how to use it at the back of the box 

These are the inside. One box contains of 10 pieces of waxing patches. 

How to use it? 
1. After washing face, throughly wet under nose skin area
2. Peel patch off and apply to under nose area, pressing down to ensure good contact with skin.
3. Let dry for 10-15 minutes. 
4. After dry, slowly peel off starting at the edges, pulling toward center. 


As you can see in the photo, the patch a bit shorter than my mustache so the result......... is a BIG FAILURE!!!!!
There are not much hair attach on the patch!!! my mustache still there T.T, where did I go wrong?
Well, there are some points that I like about this patch, It came with a packaging per patch so make it easy to carry on and easy to use, and since it has aloe vera, green tea and chamomile extract, it didn't irritated my skin. 

Overall, if I have to rate this product, I'll rate it 2 stars out of 5 stars, because it doesn't do the job, it didn't pick up my mustache hair!!! 

Have you ever use this waxing patch before? Do you also have the same problem like I have? or Do you also have this annoying hairy problem under the nose??? If you have please leave me comment what you usually do to get rid of this!!





5 comments:

  1. wah, interesting nih...=)
    thanks for the comment on my post!
    xoxo


    love your nail arts...=)

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  2. hmm..maybe the glue wasn't that strong.
    nice review anyway~

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    1. Yes, I think so, wax surely works better ^.^
      Thank you

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  3. I don't really like to use patches like this! I like heated wax better!! Found you on the GIG facebook page. Following you!

    half-a-teaspoon.net

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