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The Chemistry Brand Inhibitif Hair-Free Body Serum Review: Week 5-6 Update

17:19Alice Grace

inhibitif advanced hair free serum review

This is going to be my fourth and possibly final post on The Chemistry Brand Inhibitif Hair-Free Body Serum. It's got to the point now where I feel as though the results have reached a plateau. Since beginning this trial, I've definitely noticed a pretty significant change in the density and growth rate of the hair on my legs, resulting in the need to shave less often. Has hair disappeared completely? No. But as I've said before, the makers of Inhibitif do state that this is not a hair removal product. So, if that's what you're looking for, you may want to search elsewhere for something better suited to your needs. Now, I leave my legs for around one and a half weeks before reaching for my razor. I totally feel more confident about going out without freshly shaved legs, which is a complete change to before and still surprises me. The hairs on my legs have always been fair, but now they appear almost invisible and you can't notice them, unless you look very closely, or cop a cheeky feel.

Inhibitif claim that after six weeks, to two months, application of the serum can be reduced, so that results can be maintained. I have to say, I'm so happy about this as, after a couple of weeks, the novelty wears off and it becomes a hassle to slap it on, twice a day. For now, I think I'll continue to apply this serum three times a week, in the evening, before reducing usage to once a week. I'll report back on whether I see a change, after cutting down my twice-a-day habit. Hopefully I'm not left back at square one, after all that effort!
I've finally come to the end of my initial bottle and I have repurchased since running out. But, if I'm honest, I can see myself forgoing Inhibitif in my beauty routine, once Summer has passed. Considering that you still have to remove hair every so often, I just don't think the time spent slathering it on is worth  the reduction in shaving, when I'm not going to be flaunting my pins as much.

So, what are my final thoughts?

Overall, I'm glad that I tested out Inhibitif and I do think that it's made a positive difference to the growth rate of the hairs on my legs. But, it doesn't do anything miraculous and, unfortunately, won't give you the legs of Miranda Kerr (unless you have those already, of course, you lucky thing!). You still have to remove hair, just less often. This is a long-term product, not a quick fix and applying it religiously, morning and night, everyday, is a burden for six weeks. I love how you can use this in conjunction with other products, such as moisturiser and it does leave my legs in better condition, with no painful, red bumps or ingrown hairs. £29.99 for 240ml of the Inhibitif serum, is initially guilt inducing, but compared to costly salon procedures, it's a steal, as a bottle lasts so long. You just need to weigh up the pros and cons of this serum and work out for yourself, whether this will satisfy your de-fuzzing needs!

Check out the links below, to see the progression of my Inhibitif trial:
The Chemistry Brand Inhibitif Hair-Free Body Serum Introduction Post
The Chemistry Brand Inhibitif Hair-Free Body Serum Week 1-2 Update
The Chemistry Brand Inhibitif  Hair-Free Body Serum Week 3-4 Update

Have you tried Inhibitif? What are your thoughts?


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