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Anne French Tender Care Shea Surprise Creme Hair Remover Review

Hair Removing Cream from Anne French was the first ever cream hair remover I used, during my college days. Then it used to come packed in a glass jar with a spatula. Recently, Wyeth launched a refurbished version of the cream along with a convenience kit. Well, the convenience kit comprises of a cream dispenser and a wipe-away sponge.



The Look: A white colored creme

The Smell: Not over powering like their previous version, has a faint hint of the earlier smell but I like it .

Ease of Use: Very much easy, one has to remove the tube cap and replace it with the dispenser that comes along. The slanting design of the dispenser helps in easy application and spread of the cream and then the hair can be easily wiped away with the sponge. The sponge has to be wet , so that the removed hair comes off easily.

My Take: It is a good hair removing cream, definitely better than the previous one. Also, the smell is milder and the biggest factor is its ease of use. The convenience kit makes the entire process fast and hassle free. The skin feels smooth and but requires a moisturizer post hair removal. I did not experience any adverse effects after its use.  It is a good budget buy, I recommend !

Also, make it sure to read the instructions given on the outer cover, and then use it.


  1. Ease of use
  2. Makes hair removal a cake walk
  3. Fuss free
  4. Not messy
  5. Skin feels smooth
  6. Affordable


  1. Skin feels little dry after the hair removal procedure , but it might vary according to skin type, not a major concern for me .




Price: INR 60 Only , very cheap and affordable

Product Score: 3.5/5

PR sample, honest review.


Romantaque – Post Hair Removal Hair Minimizer, an Introduction

Hair Removal has always been a cumbersome and painful procedure since days of yore, yet we all want hair free, smooth skin. What if we had a product which inhibits hair growth? and with gradual use the hair growth lessens over time? Most of us find visits to the beautician for waxing our hair a sheer quite time consuming. So, a product with the usage of which, hair growth minimizes is a real inviting idea. With this idea in thought, Romantaque brings in such a product which claims to do exactly the same.

I would do a review of the same after trying out the product , stay tuned.

Price of the product: INR1500

What the brand has to say :

Romantaque is for a post hair removal application and is meant to be used on skin after uprooting the hair. As a precondition it is necessary that hair are pulled out. Mechanical pulling out of a hair from skin can be achieved by TWEP – which covers hair removal methods like Threading, Waxing, Epiltation and Plucking.

Romantaque in latest version is powered by cutting edge of nano technology, to enhance the speed of the treatment to fight the doggedness of hair to grow back. This hair follicle targeted formulation delivers the actives of Romantaque precisely to the hair follicle making it highly efficient in reducing the hair re-growth.

Regular repeated applications, after each hair removal session prolongs the duration between consecutive hair removal sessions

It is important to wait till side effects of hair removal subside before the application of Romantaque starts.

Romantaque will help you to fight your battle against your “Unwanted Hair” ! 

Check out the following links for more info about the product:

Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcEQFbN0Kho (DST Lockheed Martin Innovation Award for 2011)

https://www.facebook.com/Romantaque  (Fans of Romantaque on Facebook)


Blog : How to use !!  

http://romantaque.blogspot.in/2012/09/how-to-use-romantaque.html  (Recommended way of usage for best results)

Blog : Where to reach !!         

http://romantaque.blogspot.in/2012/10/where-to-reach-and-buy-romantaque.html (Points to let Romantaque reach you)

Site Home: http://www.romantaque.com/index.html


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