The latest at home wax experience, in stores now.
Let me start by telling you what Veet has to say about their "Spawax... "Experience salon-perfect smoothness with Veet Spawax Stripless Wax Warming Kit, The professional quality wax warming system that melts the wax and maintains it at the ideal temperature, giving you salon-perfect results at home." Is this true?
I was sent this item a few weeks ago , and being sent an item does not affect the way i review any products. I always wax my arms, and as the hairs were getting a little too long, i thought it was a great time to try this device. So when you open this box , it comes with 1 Wax Warming Pot and Lid, 1 Veet Spatula, 6 Stripless Wax Discs (150g), 1 Electrical Cable and 1 User Manual. The directions suggest 4 discs will do 2 full legs, so i decided to pop 3 discs into the pot and wait 30 minutes til it has melted and reached desired temperature. Now this device is stripless so you use the spatula and apply directly onto the skin in a thick layer and wait a few seconds til it has hardened and you can pull the wax off. Now i found it wasn't as effective on thin hair, but works amazing on coarse hair i.e my legs. I did manage to wax my arms, but i did have to go over a few areas more than once to get the result of a strip wax.
- Small and Compact
- Affordable RRP$60 (*Half price at Coles $30)
- Bright / Colourful device
- Wax was kept at a consistent temperature once melted
- Great for sensitive skin
- A great scent, not too over powering
- Easy to use
- Works great on the legs
- Refills are expensive $15 for 6 discs
- Can get messy
- Not easy to clean
- Time consuming , 30 mins to heat up wax initially
I hope you liked my brief review on the Veet Spawax, if you like these sorts of blog posts let me know so i can continually add content that you want to see .
* Coles sale was active at time of publication