12/6 {Win This} Wave Goodbye To Hair Removal Woes With Completely Bare!

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Hair removal at home…without the tears!

When you’re wrapped up in Wedding World and its myriad costs, the little indulgences you used to have can fall by the wayside. Who has an extra hundred dollars for a bikini wax plus tax and tip when you’ve got a catering deposit to put down, favors to buy, and honeymoon outfits to shop for? If you still want to wax (but not at salon prices), Completely Bare has a line of effective hair removal products at CVS for a fraction of the salon price!

Completely Bare helps you get salon results in the privacy of your home for your face, legs, bikini area…basically anywhere you want to remove hair, you can use Completely Bare! Unlike other hair removal companies, Completely Bare also offers a numbing and cooling spray to make the experience easier and more comfortable, glycolic acid pads to prevent ingrown hairs, and moisturizers to inhibit future growth, making you basically the master of your own hair-related domain.

Salon visits? Ain’t nobody got time for that! With Completely Bare, you can wax while watching late night TV, and no matter what you wear afterward– bridal gown, shorts, or itsy bitsy teeny weeny honeymoon bikini, you won’t have to worry about a single stray hair, meaning no five o’clock armpit shadow in wedding photos OR awkward “spread your cheeks” moments with a stranger you’re paying to get up into your business. Inexpensive, simple, effective, and private: Completely Bare wins the war on stray hair on all fronts!

This week, one lucky BAB will win Not Feeling It, Bikini Bump Blaster, and Salon Quality Bikini & Body Wax Kit from Completely Bare! You must be subscribed to our newsletter to win. Not a subscriber? No problem! Sign up here!

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Melissa Leff makes fun happen! When she's not wrangling pixels, grammar, or people, she's making stuff and blogging about her misadventures. Catch up with her at her blog, Mellzah.com, and on Twitter!