The only thing that refuses to be under our control is “unwanted facial hair”. You can easily maintain your body figure and beauty, but it is hard to stop the growth of hair on your face.
The facial hair makes our beauty and appearance dull. Some may prefer to use natural methods to remove unwanted facial hair and others go for expensive permanent methods.
There is a wide range of natural methods that you can use to remove facial hair at home. Some are listed below,
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Here are tips to remove facial hair at home:
Shaving is one of the easiest and fastest methods to remove unwanted facial hair at home. It is pain-free and affordable.
However, the result is neither permanent nor long-lasting. On the other hand, after shaving your hair will grow thicker than before.
Shaving does not allow you to remove hair from the root and it grows more quickly than before. You can also use the home laser hair removal method to remove your unwanted hair.
2. Sugar and Lime:
Sugar and lime work best to remove facial hair at home. Sugar acts as a natural exfoliating agent and lime acts as a natural bleach to your skin and also lightens your skin tone.
Take 2 tablespoons of sugar and a few drops of lemon juice along with water in a bowl.
Next heat it in a low flame, then you will notice that bubbles started appearing. Let it cool for a few minutes.
Apply it to your facial hair and keep it dry for 15 to 20 minutes. Then wash it with lukewarm water.
3. Cornstarch and egg white:
You may not know but egg white and cornstarch also work like wonder in removing unwanted facial hair, but this process is not suggested to those who are suffering from acne as it consists of Vitamin A.
Take 1 tablespoon of egg white and cornstarch and mix it well. Then apply it to those areas where you have unwanted hair. Peel it off when it is dry.
Use this easy method twice per week to remove unwanted facial hair.
4. Banana and Oatmeal:
Oatmeal acts as a hydrating scrub which consists of antioxidants that helps to remove the redness of your skin. Banana moisturizes and repairs dry skin.
Blend a piece of banana and 3 tablespoons of oatmeal, then apply it to your face for 15 minutes and wash it with cold water.
Follow this process at least twice per week to remove your unwanted facial hair naturally at home.
5. Lemon and Honey:
Lemon with honey is one of the most effective methods to remove facial hair at home.
Take 2 tablespoons of lemon and 3 tablespoons of honey. Mix it well. You can also add water to it to make the paste thin.
Let it dry for about 10 to 15 minutes and then wash it with lukewarm water. Repeat this process at least twice per week for the best result in removing your facial hair.
6. Lentil and Potato Juice:
Potato is really beneficial for your skin as it reduces dark spots and acne. In addition, it works great with lentils in removing facial hair.
Soak the lentils overnight and grind it in the morning to make a smooth paste.
Take a few drops of potato juice with lentils and make a paste. Then apply it to the affected areas and let it dry for a few minutes.
Wash it with normal water. For the best results, follow this method regularly at least once per week.
7. Turmeric and Raw Milk:
Turmeric is one of the most popular methods for women to remove facial hair at home.
Turmeric is greatly used in removing upper lips hair. I had used this process. Take two teaspoons of turmeric with 1 teaspoon of raw milk and make a good mixture of it.
Use it to your face and let it dry. Wash it with normal water and follow this method at least twice per week to remove your facial hair fast and naturally at home.
Sometimes, facial hair makes our confidence low and breaks our look among our friends.
Many of us prefer to use bleach but it does not work well for those who have dark skin tones. On the other hand, it does not last for a longer period of time.
I have already mentioned various methods to remove facial hair at home naturally. Do try these methods and see the result yourself!
I am Saruk, a freewheeling Freelance Blogger who likes to explore the digital and technological world. Saruk is the feature writer of OnlineHealthMedia.