How To Remove Facial Hair for Super Smooth Skin

Lot of women suffer from unwanted facial hair wich can appear on the cheeks, forehead, upper lip, or chin. And that make women feel unattractive and non-feminine, and they can spend a fortune on expensive products treatments and hair removal sessions to get rid of it.

However, these methods not only provide a temporary result, but they can also be painful. Therefore, it is way better to rely on natural alternatives. Thant’s why we provide you this natural and pain free scrub to get rid of ewtra-hair on your face.

Quick Methods

Try tweezing: Tweezing, or pulling the hair out with tweezers, is a cheap and effective way to remove hair from any area on the face. The major downsides are only that it is time-consuming and somewhat painful, especially in sensitive areas.

Try an epilator: An Epilator is a device, usually priced between $30-100, which works by pulling out multiple hairs at once. While effective, fast, and relatively inexpensive, it can be painful the first few times it’s used. Like with waxing, however, the pain lessens over time as you become used to the sensation.

Try dyeing the hair: Often referred to as “bleaching”, this is the practice of dyeing the hair to be the same or a similar color to the skin tone. This makes it less noticeable. What color you choose will be based on your skin tone and special kits can often be purchased for the face.

Try a chemical depilatory: This is any one of a number of creams, lotions, and similar products which use a chemical process to “melt” the hair. These are cheap, easy to use, and generally pain-free. However, they can cause chemical burns if used incorrectly and the effects generally last only a week.

Try waxing: Waxing is one of the more common ways to remove facial hair. The cost of the procedure will depend upon what part of your face you have waxed, but it is generally not too expensive. The effects will usually last a few weeks but the procedure is painful. It can also result in ingrown hairs.

Try threading: The pain of waxing and the expense of an epilator not for you? Threading is an easy way to remove hair from your brows, lip, or face in general. This method is simple to learn, easy to do, relatively painless, and doesn’t require any tools. All you need is some string! You can also go in to a salon for professional threading, but only if you really want to.

Try trimming: If you are worried about your eyebrows more than other facial hair, consider trimming the hair rather than removing it. Trimming the eyebrows can make them appear less thick and dark and is easy and cheap to do yourself at home.

Shave sparingly: You can, of course, also shave any facial hair which bothers you. While it is not true that shaving will make hair grow back thicker or darker, shaving will often cause shaving bumps and is most likely to cause ingrown hairs so use shaving sparingly or with appropriate precautions.

More Permanent Methods

Consider laser hair removal: This process uses light pulses to destroy the root of the hair. It doesn’t automatically remove the hair but does cause it to fall out over time. It works best for those with dark hair and light skin and getting it otherwise is very difficult or impossible. It costs several hundred dollars and touch-ups will be needed once a year.

Consider electrolysis: This is the only hair removal method currently certified by the FDA as being permanent. It is done by inserting a very small needle into the skin and destroying the cell which cause hair growth. It is very effective and is similar to the cost of laser hair removal. There are 2 types of electrolysis that can cause scarring (Thermolysis and The Blend) and are not recommended for those with darker skin tones (as they are at greater risk of scarring).

Try prescription creams: There is a prescription cream which will work very similarly to the depilatories above. While it is not usually able permanently remove hair on its own, there is some evidence that it can occasionally produce this effect. However, since it is usually considered an elective treatment, the cream may not be covered under your medical insurance.

Try hormone treatments or oral contraceptives: If your hair thickness and color are hormone-based (only your doctor can determine this), you may be able to return the hair to normal by using hormone treatments or oral contraceptives (which also regulate the hormones). Consult with your doctor about your options and condition.

Trying Home Remedies

Honey: Honey acts like cleaning agent on your skin and absorbs impurities from the pores of the skin . And since it is a natural antiseptic, it heals your skin. Honey is a natural hydrating agent, which means it moisturizes the upper layers of the skin. This extra moisture can help reduce wrinkles. It also smoothes sensitive, irritated and dry skin. In addition, its antioxidant agents prevent early aging.

Oatmeal: The proteins in oatmeal maintain the natural barrier of the skin. They even protect it from pollutants and aggressive chemicals. The lubricating grease contained in oats contributes to UV protection. Oatmeal has direct antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help treat the dry and irritated skin. Use Oatmeal scrub at least once a week to remove dead skin cells, reduce spots and soften your skin.it can also treat acne. Oatmeal contains zinc that reduces inflammation and kills the bacterias responsible for acne.

Make a papaya-turmeric paste to gradually remove hair over time: For a chemical-free hair removal paste, weaken the hair follicles. To make the paste, mash a raw papaya with 1/2 teaspoon (1 g) of turmeric powder. Apply the paste to the unwanted hair and let it sit for 15 minutes. Then rinse the paste off with warm water.

Lemon: Lemon is full of natural antioxidants. It can effectively fight free radicals and eliminate them completely from your body. Lemon repairs damaged skin cells and helps you get rid of fine lines, imperfections, wrinkles, deep furrows…since it’s a good source of vitamin C, Lemon water is also considered an excellent solution anti-aging.

Whip up an egg white mask and peel it off to remove facial hair: Whisk 1 egg white with 1 tablespoon (12.5 g) of granulated sugar and 1/2 tablespoon (6 g) of cornstarch. Spread the paste over the unwanted facial hair and leave it until it’s dried. This should take 15 to 20 minutes. Then peel off the dried mask.

Make a turmeric and chickpea scrub for sensitive skin: For a gentle hair remover, mix equal amounts of chickpea flour with ground turmeric. Then mix in enough water to make a thick paste that you can spread on the unwanted facial hair. Leave it on your skin for 10 to 15 minutes and then rinse it off with warm water.

Apply an oat paste to gently exfoliate your skin and remove hair: Instead of using a harsh exfoliator to remove facial hair, combine 2 tablespoons (11 g) of oats with 1 ripe banana in a blender. Massage the paste onto the hair and leave it to dry for 15 minutes. Then rinse it off with water.

Dab lavender and tea tree oil over unwanted hair to stop hair growth: To slow down the growth of hair on your face, mix together 6 drops of tea tree oil with 1 teaspoon (4.9 ml) of lavender essential oil. Dip a cotton ball in the mixture and dab it onto the unwanted hair. Then let your skin dry. Do this once a day for 3 months to begin seeing results.

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