5 At-Home Ways To Take Care Of Unwanted Hair


5 At-Home Ways To Take Care Of Unwanted Hair 

Dealing with unwanted hair can be stressful. Most people turn to conventional ways of removing it, but these can be expensive and time consuming, and worst of all, they are not always effective treatments for unwanted hair. Thankfully, there are natural ways that you can treat and remove unwanted hairs right in the comfort of your own home. If you are looking for the best options to help you get rid of facial hair or hair anywhere else, we have 5 highly effective ways of doing so.

5 At-Home Ways To Take Care Of Unwanted Hair

Papaya Paste

This is one of the easiest and most effective ways of removing unwanted hair, especially on your face. You will need papaya paste, which can be found in health food stores or ethnic stores (or you can do it yourself by peeling and mashing papaya) and turmeric powder. Mix about 1 to 2 tablespoons of the papaya with 1/2 of a teaspoon of turmeric. Massage this on your face or wherever the unwanted hairs are for about 15 minutes, then wash it off. You should do this about two times a week for the best results.

Sugar Scrub

This is another great option that costs very little and takes just a short time to make. You will need 1 cup of sugar, 1/2 cup of honey, 1/2 a lemon, and 1 tsp of tea tree oil or chamomile oil. This is about 8 to 10 drops of oil. Mix all of this together in a pot and allow to warm on the stove. You should be able to spread it easily, but be sure that you allow the mixture to cool a bit before applying it to your skin. Clean the area on which you will be spreading the paste and then sprinkle a bit of cornstarch on your skin. This helps make the area dry, making it easier to get the effect you want. Spread the mixture on top of the cornstarch and press a piece of cloth on top. After about 5 minutes, quickly rip off the cloth. It works like a session of waxing but without the expense!

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Chickpea and Flour Mask

Chickpea is very effective in stopping hair growth and removing unwanted hair. You will need chickpea flour, which you can find in most supermarkets, 1/2 of milk, fresh cream unless you have oily skin, and 1 teaspoon turmeric. Mix all of this together and apply it to your face in the direction in which your hair naturally grows. Let it set for about 30 minutes and then rub the mask off in the opposite direction of hair growth.

Egg White Mask

For this mask you will need one egg white, 1 tablespoon sugar, and 1/2 tablespoon of cornflour. Beat all of these ingredients together until you get the consistency of a paste and then apply it to your clean face. Allow to dry to a thin mask, and then pull it firmly off your skin. It will remove unwanted hairs with minimum effort and little to no pain.

Alum and Rosewater

This remedy is ancient and has been used by women in India for a long time to remove unwanted hairs from all over the body. You will need to have access to alum powder, which you can buy in ethnic stores or online. Mix 1/2 tsp of this powder with 2 or 3 tablespoons of rosewater, until the powder is dissolved. Dip a cotton ball into the mixture and apply it to your body wherever you have hairs you would like to remove. Allow to dry and then apply it again in the same area. Keep repeating this for about an hour. If you find that your skin is too sensitive, try it only for 15 minutes. Wash off the mixture and apply soothing oils like sesame oil or olive oil, which can also help moisturize. For the best results, do this at least twice a week.

These are five of the best ways to take care of unwanted hair. Because these remedies are all natural, you do not have to worry about irritating your skin or subjecting it to chemicals to get the results you want. With just a few household ingredients, you can have the smooth, hair-free skin you want.

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