Vedicline hair retarder is one of the products that I bought after contemplating for a long time. The long wait was not because of the money it is going to cost, but because of the fact that I had a very hard time searching for an e-commerce site which had a stock of it and also delivers to my area. Plus I had a few apprehensions about it although it was one of the popular and best-rated products.
I have a combination skin and albeit the fact that it works very well for a majority of the users, I was in no position to be confident about it as there were chances it could give me pimples (and my money will go waste). Read the post to know whether it was a wise decision to buy this one.
I have facial hair, especially near my ears and chin. Though it is not dark hair, I prefer to get it removed because trust me, girls, if you have facial hair then getting it removed brings in a lot of changes to your look. You will feel like your skin has got lightened by a few shades. Usually, I used to get it either waxed or threaded (by myself) or by epilated (very carefully). Ever since I read Lancy’s Barever Inhibitor review I had plans of getting a hair retarder. But then, I was looking for a budget one and finally found this one.
Vedic line hair retarder comes in a tub packaging with no scoops or little spoons provided. The product was well sealed with a plastic wrap and it made sure that the product is untouched (I truly appreciate that kind of packaging, especially when we are buying things online for hygiene reasons). Once we unwrap the plastic sealing, you can unscrew the cap of the tub. It comes with a stopper cap which is a blessing when we are traveling or leaving the product in a bag for quite some time. It fits in very well and ensures that the content is mobile in the tub alone.
The content is white in color and thick in consistency. You can see the stiff peaks in the images attached. It has got a pleasant smell and smells somewhat like that of a jackfruit (at least my nose senses it like that) It is very moisturizing in nature and a little amount taken, can be stretched and used over a considerable area. If you use it a bit more, you will have a very difficult time massaging and rubbing it into the skin. So, it is better to use little by little, and that way it is easy to rub in and let your skin absorb the cream.
I used this cream on my face twice daily as instructed. I applied the cream all over my problematic areas. It DOES feel heavy on my skin, which is one thing I do not like about it. When it comes in contact with water, it acts sticky. One thing to be mentioned is that it hasn’t given me pimples, once I use it after washing and taking proper care of skin! The ultimate results are worth a call out for others. Though my facial hair is not 100% removed (which I haven’t either dreamt of), it has got reduced considerably. Even the thickness of the hair seems to be fined out. I can now easily use the spring tool for hair removal to get my upper lip hair done. You can soon get its review here.
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Price : Rs. 300 for 50 ml; Buy : Amazon.in
Rating : 4/5
Final verdict : I truly recommend this everyone. There are no reasons to give this a miss unless you seriously dislike an almost heavy cream!