In the fashion-conscious world of today, everyone wants to look presentable in the society. Be it a man or a woman everyone pays a keen attention to personal grooming and does not shy away from making a change in there appearance.
Mentioned below are few methods to get rid of facial hair.
Temporary methods of facial hair removal:
Waxing: It is the oldest and the most popular semi-permanent method of removing underarm hair. In this method wax is applied over the skin and then it is ripped off in the opposite direction of the hair growth by a cloth or a paper strip. But like all the other beauty treatments this method too has few pros and cons.
Threading: Another highly sought after hair removal technique that can give you a clean face last for weeks. It is quick and generally inexpensive which makes it popular among people.
Permanent methods of facial hair removal includes:
Laser Treatment: Laser hair removal has become extremely popular in the recent times because of its speed and efficiency. It involves using the light energy to destroy the hair in a follicle. This method does not work as well on fine hair as on coarse hair. It is a FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved method for permanent hair reduction.
Electrolysis: In this method electric current is used to destroy the hair follicle and since one hair is focused at a time the results are precise and better compared to laser treatment. Electrolysis was invented in United States over hundred years ago. Just like laser treatment multiple sittings are needed to ‘permanently’ remove the underarm hair.
Electrolysis has been recognized as the only ‘permanent method’ of hair removal by the Food and Drug Administration and the American Medical Association. Unlike laser, electrolysis is effective on all hair colours. Electrolysis is of three types- Galvanic Electrolysis, Thermolysis Electrolysis and Blend Electrolysis.
In the galvanic electrolysis, as the name suggests, hair follicle is destroyed chemically whereas in the thermolysis electrolysis it is destroyed using heat. In blend electrolysis, both the above two methods are combined to produce electro chemical reaction.
Apart from the above treatments facial hair can be removed at home too.
• Blend one egg white with 1 tablespoon of sugar and 1/2 tablespoon of corn flour until it becomes a sticky paste. Apply the mixture to your face. When it dries gently peel it off. Repeat this 3-4 times a week.
• Take 1/4 cup each of water and lemon juice, add 2 cups of sugar and heat this mixture in a pan until a smooth consistency is formed. Let it cool at room temperature. Apply this paste in the direction of hair growth and let it stay for 10-15 minutes. Gently peel off and rinse your face with water.
• Apply a mixture of 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice and 4 teaspoons honey in the direction of hair growth. Rinse after 10-15 minutes.
• Take chana flour and add water or milk in it to prepare a thick paste. Add ¼ spoon of turmeric powder and 1 tsp of fresh cream into the paste. Apply this mixture on your face and let it stay for 25-20 minutes. Once it dries off scrub off this paste in the opposite direction of hair growth.
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