Moom Hair Removal

Ever since I had a super traumatic experience with threading on my upper lip, I haven’t touched the area with tweezers or anything. Nope. I’ve let it grow because I couldn’t face the pain.

Step in Moom. I spotted this little kit for £5 on the net so thought what the hell! I had no luck with those little ready to go waxing strips, since they lack precision.


You get a few strips, two sticks (looks like the stirrers you get from coffee shops so you can just throw em away!) and a small pot of wax.


Here’s the educational video:

Moom is a very natural product – it contains Sugar, Water, Lemon Juice, Chamomile, Tea tree oil and Aloe Vera (the version that I have anyway).

I have no idea if that is good or not – I just want something super easy, fairly pain free to use.

I have used this now, and I like it a lot. Using a little pot of wax like this gives you greater control, unlike with the big read made strips. You can concentrate and do the whole lip area in five areas to make sure the finish is clean. Also, if waxing your face you don’t need to heat the wax up first, which means it takes even less effort.

It’s definately worth £5 for this little pot. It will last quite a while if it’s just for dealing with small areas of the face.


For the upper lip and brow it’s ideal. Hair removing creams cause sensitivites, threading is great but you need a good person to do it, tweezing takes too long!

This is my method of choice!

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  1. says

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who hates threading. It’s downright dangerous! When I was a small child, my mother accidentally clipped off a tiny bit of my upper lip while threading it. You can still see the exact spot on my lip where it happened.

    • Row says

      Hi Pandy

      Well I learnt that from the not so skilled threader – it was unbelievably painful to the point where I was almost screaming and crying in pain and I had little marks over my skin (its scars easily too).