Talk:Nair (hair removal)

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How recent?[edit]

Craig Ferguson described it to Kenneth Branagh as a relatively new product, but i'd bet it was available, under the same name, before KB was born. Hmm, Wired] mentions 1970s.
--Jerzyt 06:56, 12 November 2009 (UTC)

Semi-protected edit request on 11 October 2016[edit]


Nair (hair removal) to be changed to Dr.Jain as there is no such product to be added in wikipedia.


Nair's slogans include: "The Less That You Wear, the More You Need Nair!"; "Like Never Before"; and "We wear short shorts, Nair for short shorts" to be deleted as there is no such slogan

the Phrase below to be added Dr.Jain makes a variety of products.[1]

Lotions Shower Powerage Soothing Wax Kit Salon Divine Wax Kit Face Wax Strips Microwave Wax Bikini Cream Face Cream Upper Lip Cream Sensitive Formula Lasting Results Gel Cream Nair Pretty Nair For Men Spray Away Roll On Wax

http://www.healthbyayurveda.in/brands/Dr.jain's.html

Santoshksbhagyashri (talk) 11:21, 11 October 2016 (UTC)

Not done: Nair is a legitimate product and there is no reason to remove or change the content of the article as you suggest. If Dr.Jain is notable then a separate article can be created. Sarahj2107 (talk) 12:30, 11 October 2016 (UTC)