Product Review; Liquid Laser Hair Remover


If you’re not happy with shaving, tweezing, or waxing to remove unwanted hair, your probably searching for another alternative. Most of us women want  to be hair free, smooth and silky to the touch.  Some of us have gone through great extreme’s and costly procedures (such as laser) to make that it happen. (me being one of them) But laser hair removal is very expensive.

the average cost for laser hair removal is $235 per session. The cost varies widely, depending on factors that include:

  • Size of the area being treated and time required for treatment
  • Number of treatments required
  • Whether a doctor or someone else is performing the procedure
  • The part of the country where you are having the procedure

I have tried several cream hair removal systems such as Nair ( remember Nair? ) Veet, Nads to name a few. The smell of some of the creams..WHOA! Talk about rotten eggs! Who wants that on their body? Not me!

I was asked to do a product review on Liquid Laser Hair Removal. Because of my past experience with these types of items I was a bit reluctant. But, one the same hand I was curious because the company claims their products don’t smell like rotten eggs and works effectively. So I agreed to give it a try and an honest review.

The Serious Skincare line of beauty treatments and cosmetics was developed by a team of chemists and aestheticians to address a multitude of skin care needs. Serious Skincare was first introduced as an acne treatment line, and has since evolved into a complete line of hypo-allergenic serious solutions for everyone’s skin care needs.

So far I liked what I saw. I also liked the fact that the company motto is ” the simple fact that every woman’s skin is unique and different”. Whatever your skin type or challenge, Serious Skincare has your solution.
I used the products for a few weeks because I really wanted to see how they worked and how my skin would react to them after using them for an extended period if time.
The first thing that I noticed was the packaging. It’s a vibrant, bright green, nice sleek bottle, nicely packaged. I was surprisingly happy when I opened the bottle and it did not smell like rotten eggs. I also liked the fact that it was a hands free bottle. I have never seen this before. The new sponge applicator makes the application totally hands free.
There is even a targeted facial hair remover which is packaged in an easy-to-use pen. It dispenses a one-step lotion that removes hair easily while moisturizing your delicate facial skin.
I used the hair removal part of the product before I got into the shower just because in my opinion its easier to just jump in the shower and wash it off especially if your doing larger parts of your body.
I did my legs and arms first and right away I noticed a tingly sensation on my skin. Good? Bad? Normal?  So I quickly jumped in the shower and washed it off. I did a little bit more research before I tried it again. apparently this is a normal part of the progression.
The second time I tried it, same thing, but I left it on and just toughed through it. The tingly sensation went away after a few seconds. I left it on the full time then rinsed it off. It worked really good. Removed the hair and I was actually hair free longer than if were to shave my legs. It was nice and smooth.
After it worked on my legs I decided to move to my face. You know the annoying peach fuzz we all have and are afraid to shave!
I have to say this stuff is very strong, so if you have sensitive skin be careful. It does work, but it does leave your face red afterwords for a little while.  But once the redness goes away and you apply your makeup you cant even tell. Your face is nice and smooth.
Cost ranges from 16.00-22.00 single’s and 60.00 for the combo kit
I recommend these products for the following reason: 
1. It does not smell like rotten eggs
2. It’s cost effective
3. It works
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