How to get rid of unwanted hair naturally


Having unwanted hair can make you feel embarrassed, especially when it’s in visible areas like your face, hands or legs. Even though these hairs pose no risk heath wise, some women feel that it affects their appearance. This as a result, may affect their esteem. Not everyone wants skin free of hair but if you do, there’s bonreasin you can’t have that. If you’ve noticed so much hair but every option you’ve considered isn’t appealing. You would rather not bleach, wax, shave or shell for lasers, well relax, we’ve got you.
There are other ways to get rid of these hairs without running the risk of hurt, or poking a hole in your pocket.
Natural remedies for getting rid of unwanted hair are much easier ways to get this done.

Oatmeal Banana Scrub

If your skin is dry, the oatmeal banana scrub is a great way to get rid of hair. Banana will make your skin soft while oatmeal will hydrate your skin.

Here’s what you should do:

• Mash a banana with two tablespoons of uncooked oatmeal.
• Apply the paste to the area you want to get rid of hair.
• Massage the mixture onto the area for fifteen minutes.
• Rinse off with warm water
• Repeat this twice a week till you notice the hair is gone

Sugar Lemon Mix

Sugar mixed with a little oil or water is a terrific exfoliator and lemon juice is an astringent. Lemon juice will also lighten the colour of facial hair.

Here’s what you should do:

• Start mixing two tablespoons of sugar, ten tablespoons of water and two teaspoons of lemon juice.
• Wait a bit for the sugar to dissolve but not entirely
• Next, apply the mixture to your face on the area where there’s growth and let it sit for twenty minutes.
• Rinse the area with water.
• Repeat this twice a week and you should see a vast reduction of hair on your face after a few weeks.

Turmeric Wipe

This is a fairly easy one that works well and is great when you only have a small area that you want hairless.

Here’s what you should do:

• Soak a bit of turmeric powder in some water, just enough to make a paste.
• Apply this paste to the area where you want to remove hair and let it sit until it dries.
• Now, take a cloth dipped in warm water and wipe the paste off. Both the turmeric and the hair should come off together.

Egg Mask

This is easier on your skin than wax and it works pretty well.

Here’s what you should do:

• Mix one egg white, a tablespoon of sugar and half a tablespoon of corn flour.
• Beat these ingredients together until you get a smooth paste.
• Apply this mixture to the section of your face where you want to remove hair.
• Allow to dry fully; it should appear somewhat like a white glue.
• Now, pull the mask off firmly and your hair should get pulled out with it.

Papaya for sensitive skin

Papaya contains an enzyme called papain. This enzyme breaks down hair follicles and prohibits hair growth. This is a great way to get rid of hair and improve the texture of your skin at the same time.
This remedy is especially advised if you have sensitive skin.

Here’s what you should do:

• Start by peeling the papaya and putting in a blender
• You should be able to get at least two table spoons.
• Mix half a teaspoon of turmeric powder into the papaya and stir till you get a nice paste
• Apply the paste on your face and massage it gently for at least fifteen minutes before rinsing off with clear water.
• Do this once a week to keep the facial hair from growing back

Egg and Cornstarch

When eggs dry, they harden into a sticky, waxy substance that makes for a perfect mask. It not only nourishes your skin, but it makes it easy to rip out any hair clinging to the mask. By adding cornstarch, you ensure that the mask is thick enough to pull out even the most stubborn hairs.

Here’s what you should do:

• Crack the egg white into a mixing bowl, and stir in half a tablespoon of cornstarch and a tablespoon of sugar.
• Mix well until it forms a thick, smooth paste.
• Apply the paste to your skin, let it dry for about thirty minutes and peel it off, your hair is expected to come off too.

Sugar, Honey and Lemon

Have you ever noticed how sugar turns thick and wax-like when heated? It’s why we have delicious caramel and toffee!
Using sugar with honey can be a natural alternative to the costly paraffin wax used by so many spas and hair removal clinics. Adding a bit of a lemon helps to bleach the hair, reducing its visibility. Mixing honey and sugar make a thick wax that, once applied, will nourish your skin even as it sticks to your hairs—making it easier to rip them out.
Note: Trim your hairs roughly 10 days before using this remedy to maximize its efficiency.

Here’s what you should do:

• Mix a tablespoon of sugar with a tablespoon each of honey and lemon juice.
• Place the mixture in a metal bowl, and place that bowl over a double boiler. This will heat the liquid slowly (preventing burning), dissolving the sugar and turning it into a thick wax-like paste.
Note: Add water to thin out an overly thick paste, or mix in cornstarch to thicken a too-thin paste.
• Apply a bit of cornstarch to the areas you want to wax. This will help to prevent the wax mixture from clinging to your skin.
• Using a wooden spoon, apply the wax to your skin in the direction of the hairs.
• Pat a strip of waxing cloth into the still-soft wax
• Allow it to cool and harden, and rip off. It works like a regular wax, but far more natural!
The ingredients can mostly be found at home and they contain beneficial natural chemicals which don’t have any negative effects on the body.


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