If there’s one thing no woman looks forward to, it’s bikini line hair removal. It doesn’t matter how great your waxing lady is, after that Brazilian you will have a little bit of discomfort and maybe some trouble walking. There are the usual attempts to make the process a little less painful. Taking Advil, drinking wine or even using a topical anesthetic cream such as emla cream. The attempt to avoid all of this is why I’m thrilled to tell you about a prep kit I got in the mail from BareEase & Cream.
BareEase & Cream is a pain reliever cream that is created specifically for bikini line hair removal. Why the bikini line? Because it comes with a pink rubber thong! The whole process is very simple. You put the cream on your bikini area and then put the panty on and go about your work for half an hour. How can you resist- especially after I’m telling you that it works!
While my session wasn’t completely pain free, the BareEase & Cream did a great job in making the experience much easier to endure. I felt very little which is amazing considering that I’m a baby when it comes to pain. I should also point out that I was a little confused by the rubber thong at first, but after I used the product, I realized that it kept everything nice and clean. If you’ve ever used emla cream, you know that you have to apply the cream, then cover it with saran wrap and then tape it down. It takes longer to put the cream and saran wrap on than to get a wax and on top of it, there’s a pretty good chance that everything is going to move or fall off so that you won’t be numb during your treatment. The panty that they give you negates this problem completely.
The BareEase pain relieving cream is made of 4% Lidocaine which is the same percentage as what you will find in emla. However, emla (which is currently sold with a prescription only) has prilocaine in it and the BareEase & Cream doesn’t. I didn’t miss it though. I couldn’t tell the difference at all actually and will definitely use it again when doing bikini line hair removal.
Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers