How To Get Rid Of Your Facial Hair Naturally?
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To get rid of facial hair, you could try this homemade oatmeal scrub. To make, blend 1 tbsp of oatmeal paste, 2 tbsp of honey and 2 tbsp of lemon juice. Rub them on the spot where you want to get rid of the hair against the direction of hair and leave it on for about 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water. Repeat this 2 to 3 times a week.
You could get rid of facial hair, especially on the upper lip with these natural ingredients available in your own kitchen! We’ve all resorted to waxing and threading for a long time. I was looking for an alternative natural remedy for this and came across this recipe that’s great for the skin and getting rid of facial hair. The ingredients used are loaded with vitamins, minerals and even cancer prevention agents!
Natural Scrub to Get Rid of Facial Hair
- 1 tablespoon oatmeal paste (Oatmeal – 1/2 teaspoon, Lemon juice – 6 to 8 drops, Honey – 1 tablespoon – Blend all ingredients to make the oatmeal paste)
- 2 tablespoons of honey
- 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
Oatmeal has a grainy texture, which makes it a great exfoliating agent. Oatmeal contains avenathramide class of antioxidants that helps to reduce the redness and also protect the skin against UV sun damage. Apart from just getting rid of unwanted hair, this also helps make your skin smooth, hydrated and keeps it glowing.
To make, blend all these ingredients together. Next, rub this paste on the spot where you want to get rid of the hair, like the upper lip for example. Rub against the direction of hair growth gently. You could apply this pack evenly all over the face, and concentrate on the areas where you have excess facial hair. You could leave this on for about 15 minutes exactly. Wash your face with warm water after. After washing, apply a face cream preferably a moisturizer. Repeat this for at least 2 to 3 times a week. You will notice facial hair growth slowly reducing after a month!
Edited by Pragya Sharoff
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