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Facial Hair Removal: 9 Ways to Get Rid of Unwanted Hair

Although plenty of hair removal techniques and treatments are available in the market, it’s a fact that it has side effects. Whether shaving, laser treatment or waxing, etc., every hair removal method has side effects like an ingrown hair, redness, hyperpigmentation, etc.

One might wonder if there is any organic or natural remedy to remove that unwanted facial hair. Regarding a safe and permanent solution, IPL is an FDA-approved safety device with mist cool technology that promises to eliminate unwanted hair permanently. 

To know more about it, read our blog, Ulike hair removal for Face, on our website. The following blog discusses some organic and homemade herbal pastes to help you eliminate your unwanted hair. Let’s look at some of the most cost-effective and easy-on-the-skin remedies.

  1. Turmeric

Turmeric is an antiseptic herb with magical properties like brightening the skin and removing hair. Mix lukewarm water with turmeric (preferably powdered) to form a thick paste. Apply it on cleaner skin, and once dried, rub it off gently in the opposite direction of hair growth.

  1. Sugar-Lemon

Have you ever wondered how exactly wax is made? It’s all sugar, so why not spice things up and let’s make a homemade wax by creating a natural exfoliating scrub? Mix sugar and lemon juice with some drops of water to make a thick paste (watch the consistency). 

Now, apply this paste to the desired area and rub it in a circular motion. Now peel off gently this dried thick paste, and voila, you’ve got a homemade exfoliant scrub. 

  1. Egg Mask

This is a must if you’ve encountered fine lines and facial hair. Whisk an egg white well and add cornstarch and a spoonful of sugar to make a frost-thick paste. Now apply this scrub on your Face and peel it off once dried. This works bifold; the egg white adds elasticity to the skin, while the sugar and cornstarch combination helps eliminate unwanted hair. 

  1. Papaya-Turmeric Paste

Papayas add radiance and moisture to the skin, help remove acne scars, and give skin a brighter tone. Mix papaya with a spoonful of turmeric powder and form a paste. Apply it to the desired areas and leave it on for 15-20 minutes. 

Let papaya add its magic by breaking hair follicles in the skin, and you would get rid of unwanted hair by peeling off this organic Papaya mix mask.

  1. Oatmeal-Honey Scrub

Honey adds moisture—hydration, and radiance to the skin. Mix oatmeal powder with honey to form a thick paste (watch consistency). Rub It gently till it gets dried. Remove this paste gently to remove dead skin and facial hair to get more vibrant and clear hair-free skin. 

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  1. Potato and Lentil

Both lentils and potatoes contain a natural bleach that can lighten the hair follicle. Overnight soak yellow lentils, grind them to make a paste, add an extract from one potato, and voila. Our organic face whitening bleach is ready. 

  1. Oatmeal and Banana

Bananas help clear breakouts and remove acne marks, while oatmeal is a natural exfoliant. The magical combination of these two acts as the best skin scrub for radiating and removing facial hair. Mixed ground oatmeal in mashed bananas, apply this paste for 10  minutes, wash with cold water, and get ready for a natural glow. 

  1. Mung beans and Rose Water

Grind mung beans to get green gram flour and mix it with rose water to make an organic exfoliant mixture to eliminate unwanted facial hair. Apply this paste on clear dried skin and let it dry. Now rub off gently, and you will see a visible change.

  1. Spearmint Tea

Did you know 2 cups a day of spearmint tea reduces the testosterone hormone in women, which naturally prevents hair growth? Along with lowering extra hair growth, it is a natural oxidant, relieves stress, and improves blood sugar levels. 

Final Note

Always try a little portion of the paste on your wrist to see any skin reaction. Which of the hair-removing methods is your favorite and why? Let us know in the comments below.

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