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- helps reduce appearance of hair growth
- Absorbs on contact
- Greaseless formula
GiGi Slow Grow Hair Minimizer is a fast absorbing lotion that minimizes the appearance of hair growth. Used daily, it prolongs results while special emollients smooth, soothe, condition and soften skin. Helps to maintain youthful, healthy-looking skin.
After showering, towel dry. Apply GiGi Slow Grow to epilated areas. Use daily to condition skin and minimize the appearance of new hair growth.
GiGi Slow Grow Hair Minimizer 7 7
works over time my hairs under my armpits, bikini area and legs grow so fast! And it is really annoying to be constantly shaving/waxing. So I thought I'd try this out. At first I didn't notice a difference at all, but after being consistent with it for about a month I saw results! I am very happy that it is now working! I use it after I wax/shave an area and also use it after I show daily. So be patient with the results, and continue to use it almost daily to see best results. I am happy with this product and will continue to purchase it. June 11, 2013
works great this works great and smells good too. July 23, 2012
It works for me My body hair grows really fast and I hate the feeling of stuble so I thought I would give this a try. I have been using it for a week and it is already making a difference. It is really thick but absorbs fast. The smell is a little strange but goes away quickly. Leaves skin feeling really soft. I have even been putting it on my underarms, wait a few minutes, and apply deoderant. Doesn't interfer with the antipersperant. Will definilty be buying more. February 19, 2012
Terrible This is nothing like the older shave minimizing lotions that used to be sold. I used those for years and they were great. This product simply does nothing. It did not slow hair growth at all. It smells very strong perfumy, and has a thick consistency like hair conditioner. I never get a reaction to lotions but after using for several days this started to give me a red rash. Will not buy again! June 20, 2011