How to Use Nads Hair Removal Wax. Hair removal has been accomplished via a variety of methods over the years. In ancient times, some societies developed special combinations of ingredients in a bath to stunt hair growth. Shaving with knives and blades has been used for thousands of years. Today, many people turn to wax kits for hair removal. The use of wax is effective in delaying the regrowth of hair--up to 6 or 8 weeks. The Nads hair removal wax is one of the easiest systems you can use.
Grow the hair out to at least 1/4-inch in the area you will use the Nads hair removal wax. The longer the hair is, the better the results because the wax has more surface to hold when it is removed.
Clean your skin thoroughly to remove all skin oils and lotion before you use the wax system. Completely dry your skin before moving on to the next step.
Apply a thin layer of wax with the included plastic spatula to the area where you want to remove hair. Spread the wax in the same direction as the hair growth. You should almost be able to see your skin through the layer of wax. If you put too thick a layer of wax on the area, the Nads system won't work as well.
Lay the cloth strip on top of the wax and press down so the wax sticks to the cloth. You may need to smooth the cloth over the area to make sure it makes contact with all of the wax.
Rip the cloth off your leg, pulling it in the opposite direction as the hair growth. You will get better results if you stretch the skin with one hand while pulling off the cloth with the other.
Lay the same cloth over the same area of skin, press down and pull off to remove any missed hairs. Soothe the area by laying your hand on it and applying slight pressure for a few seconds.
Continue the process of waxing until you have finished with the desired areas.
Rinse off excess wax with water. The Nads wax is sugar based should come off quickly.
Apply lotion where hair was removed to soothe the area.