Avoid irritated, inflamed or broken skin
Nair for men can cause a rash, but there are a few steps you can take to avoid the condition. First, you need to wash your skin with antibacterial soap at least twice daily. Also, use clean cloths and towels every day. Another way to prevent rashes is to use warm saltwater on the affected area. Make this solution by mixing 1 teaspoon of table salt with two cups of water. You can also use white vinegar.
If you notice a burn after using Nair, you should stop using it immediately and visit a doctor. This can happen because of the chemicals in the product, which could cause irritation or even an allergic reaction. Symptoms may range from redness to burning, and may even lead to more serious health issues such as dizziness, fainting, or weakness. You should also check whether you applied too much cream or applied it to skin that has already been burnt.
You should also conduct a trial skin test 24 hours before using the product on a sensitive area. This test can be performed on a small area to see if it causes irritation or not. It should not be used on recently sunburned or irritated skin, or on broken or irritated skin. You should also avoid using the product on your nipples or perianal area if you have a history of allergies.
Avoid areas where nair is not supposed to be used
Men need to be careful about the areas they use hair removal creams on. The skin can only handle pH levels of 3.5 to 8.5, and higher amounts can cause soreness, skin irritation, and even chemical burn. In addition, some areas are extremely sensitive, so they should not be used on them.
Smoothness lasts days longer than shaving
You can have smooth skin days longer than shaving with different products and techniques. Nair(tm) depilatories remove hair below the skin’s surface and gently exfoliate to reveal smooth skin. By contrast, shaving removes hair from the surface of the skin, which can lead to faster regrowth and thicker hair. You may also experience razor stubble the day after shaving. This is especially true if you have coarse or dark hair, which may require frequent shaves to keep a smooth look.