The Do's and Don'ts of No Grow
DO: ensure that your skin is clean, dry, and free from surface oil and creams, lotions, or serums before applying No Grow.
DO: a small test patch 24 hours before applying No Grow to test for sensitivity and check the results to see if there is any adverse reaction.
DO: apply a visible amount of No Grow on to the surface of the skin. Do not rub it in as if were a lotion.
- DO: apply No Grow to skin that has short hair growth of 1mm to 2mm, this is so the active ingredients can adhere to the hair shaft and neutralize the root. Shorten/trim long hair to reduce wastage.
- DO: wait for seven days before your next application of No Grow. Hairs in the Anagen growth phase will continue to grow and require further treatment.
- DO: use No Grow on your private parts, but ensure the cream does not come into contact with sensitive membrane areas.
DON‘T: shave, wax, or remove hair prior to application (waxing removes the first layer of your skin, thus, making the skin extra sensitive). Applying No Grow Remover after a wax could cause contact dermatitis or sensitive skin.
- DON'T: change your regular hair removal method; simply add No Grow to your weekly routine.
- DON‘T: rub the cream into your skin. Spread evenly using your finger. The spatula provided in the box is ideal for removing the product after use.
- DON‘T: touch your hair, lashes, or eyebrows while you are using No Grow, as this could inhibit hair growth in other unwanted areas.
- DON‘T: leave on your skin for more than five minutes on your face and 15 minutes on your body. Always read your product leaflet.
- DON‘T: use No Grow on a skin rash or on irritated, sunburned, inflamed, or broken skin.
- DON‘T: use No Grow on medical skin conditions like Psoriasis, Contact Dermatitis, Impetigo, Skin Cancer, Eczema, or Rosacea.
- DON‘T: use No Grow anywhere near your eyes, eyebrows, inside your nose, or scalp.