Is Epil-Stiop’s Perfect Finish: Neutralizing AfterWash the product for you? That sort of depends on how effective a product it is. To start, the question is: what is this Neutralizing AfterWash hoping to accomplish? It makes fairly modest claims. Normal chemical hair removers dissolve hair away, but some can leave chemical residue behind. It’s hard to see if that residue is still there: your legs will look smooth and clean initially. The damage comes later, when some people discover red blotches on their smooth skin, unattractive bumps, and a general appearance of irritation. That can ruin a trip to the beach awfully quick. This product, meant to be used after a chemical hair remover, promises to make sure that what goes on comes off, and no chemical residue is left behind.
How You Know Perfect Finish: Neutralizing AfterWash is Working:
One of the great things about this product is that you tell if it’s working by just looking at it. It come out of the tube as a weird, honey-colored gel, but as soon as you apply it to your skin, it turns pink in the presence of chemical residue, and lathers up white when there is none. Since, as a consumer, I don’t take much on faith, I tried this out myself. I used a chemical hair remover on one leg, soap on the other, and then washed them both off. Next, I applied this product. To my surprise, it did in fact turn pink on the leg I used a chemical hair remover on, but not on the other leg. I was hoping that this product can be as effective as laser hair removal from a New Jersey plastic surgeon.
What is the Neutralizing AfterWash’s Ease of Use:
Another good aspect of this product is that it’s really easy to use. You just lather it on, look at the color, and rinse, repeating until it lathers up white. If you forget which way the color transition works, there is a nifty guide on the back of the tube. Also, you don’t have to struggle to block your nose when you use this product, because – unlike many things associated with chemical hair removers – there is no terrible smell. It does have a fragrance, but it’s light and reminds me of soap.
Problems with Epil-Stop’s Neutralizing AfterWash:
I didn’t really encounter very many problems with this product. If I had to name something, it might be that you use it up pretty quickly. I used about a ¼ of the tube on my first try. Additionally, this product is somewhat hard to find in-store. I went to a variety of drug stores and never saw it on the shelves (I found my product, incidentally, in the end of an isle in the Dollar Store, so at least price wasn’t an issue). It is, however, readily available online.
You Should Use the Product If:
If you’ve ever had skin irritation problems with chemical hair removers, this is probably what you’ve been looking for. It’s easy, fast, and it’ll save the day when you want to venture out into the sun in short shorts or a bikini. However, if you’ve never experienced irritation or dry skin, or are a resolute advocate of waxing, this probably won’t affect you much.
Overall, my experience with Epil-Stop’s Perfect Finish: Neutralizing AfterWash was a really nice one; this is a great product, sold at a good price, and though its claim is modest, it meets its own goals.