Hair removal creams are considered relatively affordable by a large number of people, with tubes of publicly available product ranging from $8-$15. While there are more specialised products available for purchase through your dermatologist’s office, the most popular are those readily available at your local chemist or supermarket.
From those purchasable at your local supermarket, a number of products will come with application tools, or removal aids, such as spatulas, sponges, or exfoliating gloves. While these are considered a “value-adding” addition, they may also contribute to an increased final cost.
When considering the cost of the products in relation to the value they provide, it is worth your while to spend some time comparing available brands in your area. Some brands may not be available in your local stores (though deliverable via Amazon), while alternative locally-made products might not be as potent or effective as larger name brands. Regardless of which product you choose, it is important to ensure that they come with comprehensive application instructions, and that you follow those instructions closely to avoid any untoward side effects.