Nair Brazilian Spa Clay Total Care Face Trio Review

I hate dealing with hair on my face, mostly because it hurts to have it waxed and then, for me, I get ingrown hairs, and it burns to have it “Naired” off. However,  Nair Brazillian Spa Clay Total Care Face Trio has been a welcomed game changer for dealing with the problem.

spa clay box
Nair Brazillian Spa Clay Total Care Face Trio is formulated for sensitive skin. It’s taunted as a gentle moisturizing formula and contains mango butter & acai berry. Its dermatologist tested and each box is supposed to last for 16 uses, or four months, whichever comes first. I’ve only used mine a few times so I can’t vouch for the “16 uses” claim, but I can tell you that I seem to still have plenty of product left.

There are 3 different tubes in the box creating 3 steps to a hairless face.

spa day products

The first step, which is the game changer, is a balm that you put on over the area you intend to remove hair. It shields your face from getting a chemical burn. The applicator has a twist up brush. You brush the balm on in the opposite direction that your hair grows.

step1 brush

The balm works! The first time I used it I was careful to make sure the balm was all over the area I intended to remove hair from. The second time I missed a spot and I got a little redness from step 2, which is the remover cream.  Where has this balm been all my life?

Step 2 is the remover cream and step 3 is an after-removal moisturizer.Both of them work great. They have a slight watermelon like scent, which is not overwhelming. Step 2 and 3 both have the same type of applicator.

step 2 applicator

I really love Nair Brazillian Spa Clay Total Care Face Trio Its so nice to remove hair and not be left red from a chemical burn. Its the little things in life, you know?

This product was purchased for review by IDidMyFace.com. As always these are my own, honest opinions. This post contains an affiliate link, which will give us a commission when you click-through the link and make a purchase. This commission is used to help support the site.