Review: Morrison's 'Chique' Hair Removal Cream

When I first picked up this product, I was a little hesitant; it's so much cheaper than anything else on the market (like veet) at £1.50, and also it says 'normal skin' in big letters across the logo - I've been known to have very sensitive skin (I have eczema and I'm allergic to loads of things too), but I was desperate for something longer-lasting than shaving so I nabbed a couple tubes. It's safe to say I was pleasantly surprised. It didn't even take a whole tube to cover both my legs, the cream didn't sting or itch or bring me out in a rash and if anything my legs feel more moisturised than before! The applicator made it really easy to smear on and overall it took me maybe 15 minutes, no mess involved. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone for sure, and if I did a star-rating system this would get full marks from me.

9 comments :

  1. The packaging is surprisingly nice for something that came from Morissons, if you know what I mean :P I use Nair sometimes, and even though it states it's for sensitive skin, it ends up burning me D: Might keep my eye out for this next time I go shopping :) x

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  2. Ooo wow, you would not think that this was from Morrisons.

    I too have eczema and find that a lot of 'for sensitive skin' items, mostly shaving aids, still tingly and leave me all red :( Will be sure to see if I can grab a few of these. x

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  3. makes me wish we had a Morrisons in N.Ireland. Why oh why have you tempted me :p

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  4. That looks really nice! I've taken to Epilating, but I love the packageing for this!

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  5. ooo the packaging is lovely...I occassionally use hair removal and I love it but it's just too expensive for how much you use, might have to give this one a go. Thanks xxx

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  6. Wow that is cheap! May have to try it xx

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  7. I'll definitely check that out. Veet is so flipping expensive.

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  8. Love your post! I totally feel (have felt) your pain, I'm one down also (w/o the numbing cream) and yes I have since bought the cream! LOL!

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  9. Although both laser depilação definitiva and IPL hair removal utilize light to cause thermal damage to the hair follicle but then there are big differences. So that is no pain by this way.

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