Nad’s Facial Wand Eyebrow Shaper Makes Me Nostalgic

I remember when Nad’s leg wax got popular in America in the ‘90s. Not only did the commercials and infomercials talk about how you didn’t have to heat up the tubs of leg wax, but it was made out of natural ingredients that you could actually eat. (Yes, I tested that theory back in the day.)

It reminds me of an episode of “Friends.” Ross and Rachel are fighting in the living room so Monica, Phoebe, Joey and Chandler are stuck in Monica’s bedroom while they wait for the fight to end. And all they have to eat is leg wax. Man, I miss that show.

When I was asked to try the new Nad’s Facial Wand and Eyebrow Shaper, I couldn’t resist. It makes me just way too nostalgic!

NadsShaper02The kit comes with…

  • Nad’s facial wand
  • Cleansing wipes
  • Washable cloths

Before you do anything, you’re supposed to cleanse the area with the wipes. They smell awesome and fresh and like melons, which I liked.

The facial wand solves one of the main problems with the Nad’s from the ‘90s: it’s a lot easier to use.

You twist the bottom of the wand until some of the green goo comes out the top. Then you spread the wax over the area where you want to remove hair (eyebrows, lip, whatever).

Then you smooth on a cloth, in the direction of hair growth, then rip it off in the opposite direction. Hair gone!

While the wand was easier than the original tub of Nad’s goo, it was still a bit tricky to use. You have to start applying it to your skin as soon as it comes out of the applicator or it may get too hard to stick to the skin.

Still, the stuff worked well. It removed my hair without any problems, and residue is easy to wash off. Plus, you can rinse out the cloths and use them again.

The Final Verdict

I liked how much easier the Nad’s Facial Wand Eyebrow Shaper was to use than the original, though it was still a bit tricky. For these reasons, I give it a…


You can pick this up at, Amazon and local drugstores for $9.99 suggested retail price.


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