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Hiphop introduces "Hair Remover Cream For Men"

India Infoline News Service  | July 26, 2010 15:34 IST

Skin care is gradually becoming a trendier yet novel concept for men and their grooming habits. The metro sexual man puts in effort on his grooming, personal care and hygiene. hiphop skincare introduces hiphop hair remover cream for men for a clean body look.

The new age man is constantly looking to change his overall appearance. He is in touch with himself, grooms his body from head to toe and pays special attention to fashion, clothes, sports and global affairs. The new age metro sexual male is defined by a cool and clean image. He strikes a right balance between a boyish and manly, sexy yet elite image and is constantly beaming with confidence. Skin care is gradually becoming a trendier yet novel concept for men and their grooming habits. The metro sexual man puts in effort on his grooming, personal care and hygiene. hiphop skincare introduces hiphop hair remover cream for men for a clean body look.


The Metro sexual man is looking for fast and easy way to remove unwanted hair. Men are also looking for a hair removal system that lets them spend less time tweezing and shaving, besides shaving also toughen the hair. Fortunately there is a way to remove hair that is fast, easy and doesn't cost as much. hiphop hair remover cream for men is a quick and do it yourself way to improved self confidence and appeal. hiphop uses superior ingredients to give better and faster results. The pack is big enough for a one time full clean body look. The best way for men to remove unwanted hair is using hiphop hair remover cream for men, which is available with a soothing aloe juice and oil gel for a comforting after use effect.


hiphop hair remover cream for men is introduced at an attractive price of Rs.100/- and is available in a neat packaging consisting of the 125 grams hair remover cream, 25 grams soothing gel and spatula. The product is available across all leading cosmetic and chemist outlets in the country.

 

 
 
 
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