Want to painlessly get rid of unwanted facial hair the natural way? Stop dealing with painful waxes, tweezers, expensive lasers or harsh chemicals.
According to Healthline, unwanted facial hair actually happens very frequently in women. From the light “peach fuzz” most people cannot see, to the full on beard that is famed in the circus, most women deal with some variation of this.
While there are expensive, and sometimes painful, clinical methods for face hair removal, there are also a few home remedies you will want to try first.While there are expensive, and sometimes painful, clinical methods for face #HairRemoval, there are also a few #HomeRemedies you will want to try first. #BeautyTips #NaturalBeauty #BeautifulSkin Click To Tweet
Face Hair Removal Masks & Scrubs
Apricot & Honey Scrub
Would you like to pamper your skin with some vitamins and minerals? That is exactly what you get with this easy to make recipe from Home Remedies For Life.
First, grind 1/2 cup of dry apricots into a powder. Add one teaspoon of honey and mix well. Now, apply the mixture to the target areas and let dry for five to ten minutes.
Next, rub in circles, scrubbing for about 20 minutes as seen in the picture. Rinse off with clean warm water. Repeat up to four times per week as needed.
Natural Facial Mask
Most women appreciate how your skin feels after a good exfoliating mask. In a video by Himani Wright, available at the end of this article, there is a natural mask, made from ingredients you likely already have, that is said to help remove the unsightly facial fuzz.
You will need 1/2 teaspoon coconut oil, three tablespoons of wholemeal (whole wheat) flour and water. By the way, the coconut oil does tremendous things for your skin in addition to helping with the unwanted hair.
Start by massaging a layer of coconut oil into all the target areas of your skin. Slowly mix a little water with the flour until it forms a paste.
Apply the mixture atop the coconut oil, applying it in the same direction as hair growth (for most women it will be down). Let it dry for 10-15 minutes, then rub upwards and out.
Rinse with clear water, then apply a tea or toner to close your pores and then moisturize.
Raw Honey Mask
Raw honey has some incredible health benefits. According to SheKnows, you can simply apply a thin layer of raw honey to your face and let dry for 30 minutes. Then rinse with clean warm water.
If you need something a little stronger, try a mixture of two parts baking soda and one part honey. You may need to warm your honey, so be careful not to burn yourself.
Home Remedies for Life offers this incredible oatmeal scrub as another alternative. First, grind 1/2 teaspoon of oatmeal until it is coarse. Add six to eight drops of lemon juices and one tablespoon of honey.
Once you have mixed this well, apply it evenly over your entire face. Gently scrub in circles for about two minutes, then let it dry for 15-20 minutes. Finally rub it off against your hair growth and rinse with clean water.
For best results, repeat this scrub two or three times per week.
While it is completely natural for women to have soft, light hair on their faces and necks, many prefer the feel of smooth skin. If that is you, one of these natural remedies may be able to save you money, time, and possibly a little pain.See how this #NaturalRemedy can painlessly get rid of unwanted #FacialHair. Stop dealing with painful waxes, tweezers, expensive lasers or harsh chemicals. #BeautyTrends #NaturalBeauty #LookYounger Click To Tweet
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