Nads More Like It

By | July 17 2007 | 6 Comments


One of the most annoying things about hair removal are the horrid sore and itchy ingrown hairs that inevitably ocurr. Not only are they hugely annoying, but they look awful too. And oww, they hurt! The hair follicle can get infected and if that happens you can end up with scars right where you don’t want them.

I haven’t tried Nads Ingrown Stop yet, but as we’re on a constant quest for something that will work on this most pressing of hirsute horrors, I thought you lot would be interested in reading about it. Nads claim that it “helps to minimise ingrown hairs, razor rash and bumps along with waxing and electrolysis irritations“. Sounds good – except I’m a teeny bit sceptical after my previous Nads experience, which was…underwhelming….to say the least.

It’s suitable for use on rash prone areas such as legs, bikini and underarm and can be easily gotten in Boots for about €12 quid, or thereabouts. Anyone tried it? If so, leave a comment and tell us how you got on.

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6 Replies to "Nads More Like It"

  • Lavajonation says:

    I tried throughout last year and this year after a few brazilians left me looking for relief from ingrowns (which I suffer badly from).

    There’s a lot of alcohol in it so if you have skin that is prone to drying I wouldn’t recommend it as my guess is that it would dry it out further. It didn’t seem to prevent any ingrowns for me, certainly no better than tea tree oil which I haven’t found to be drying and feels nicer on the skin. Admittedly I only used it on the bikini area so I don’t know if it would be better suited to legs/underarms but to be honest, I wouldn’t bother with it.

  • Cleopatra says:

    I used the NADS wax and its sh*te, so would not touch this….

  • GingerFire says:

    As far as ingrown hairs goes, the best thing to use is a product with salacilic acid in it, commonly known as aspirin. crush half of one up with some base cream and rub it on. this helps to soften the dry skin around the pore and allow the new hair to pop out. i would also recommend that you pluck it as soon as it comes up and keep applying the cream to keep the area clear of infection.

  • Chicci says:

    I thought this was going to be my new miracle product but was sorely disappointed. I don’t generally react to products but was in agony after putting this on. Even after going through that, it did nothing for my ingrowns.

  • Dee says:

    So disappointed to read the comments. I too am looking for the holy graile where ingrown hairs are concerned. I also can’t resist a good “pick” when something unwanted appears on my skin and as a result my legs are now covered in scars. Very unsightly. BUT I have found a “cure” for scarring. Palmers Cocoa Butter seems to do the trick. It can be bought in any chemist or supermarket. I assume it works on any scarring.

  • JJ says:

    I used this daily for several weeks and noticed no improvement.

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