Men, removing unwanted back hair is now as easy as putting on a coat! And if you don't believe me, just ask Wilmer Valderrama, who appears to be as big of a Brazilian Back male hair eradicating system fan as he does to be a big schmo!
Like the Mangroomer, but unlike most other shaving, waxing, and laser hair removal processes, Brazilian Back is completely DIY, so the biologically furry don't have to subject themselves to public display of their overgrowth, or suffer the pain and after-burn of more aggressive extraction techniques. Its design centers around an adhesive smock that the future hairless can stick to a wall or shower door while applying Brazilian Back's removal cream. Once slathered, the smock slides through the wearer's arms for easy transfer to the subject area. The solution requires 6 to 8 minutes to take effect, at which point men (and ladies who drew the follicular short straw) can jump in the shower, wish their plumbing pipes luck, and literally wash their back hair away.
From funky to smooooove. Just like the 2 cassette sides of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch's debut album release in 1991.
For the elephant spotters out there, yes, I see it too. What's the difference between Brazilian Back and any other depilatory cream? Veet? Nair for daring to wear short shorts? What's to stop you from getting the men's version of one of those, slopping it on a garbage bag, and walking away similarly bald of the back? I don't know. Maybe nothing. Since I'm naturally perfect in every way, I don't have an excessive hair problem, but if someone else wants to try the garbage bag thing and let me know, I'll gladly report your findings.
Or if you want to take a whirl with Brazilian Back--or give it as a gift to your favorite hairy dude--let me know how that goes too. Each (single-use) package contains an 8-ounce tube of Brazilian Back hair removal cream and an application garment.
Muchas danke to Jake W. for the Dude Product Tip.