Beauty tips: Hair removal

Margaret By Margaret, 5th Nov 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1d-5ohz9/
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Hair removal tips for women: If only we could control where hair grows! However, unfortunately we cannot, so that means dedicating much time and money to removing unwanted hair and hopefully achieving the smooth skin we desire.

Beauty tips: Hair removal

Why not follow these 10 Simple tips to make the task of hair removal a little more bearable.

1: Exfoliate before you wax to avoid ingrown hairs. The action of exfoliating will remove dead skin cells with might otherwise obstruct the hair follicle and lead to nasty ingrown hairs.

2: Shaving rash. Shaving is a fast and cost effective way to remove hair however it can irritate the skin and cause an itchy unpleasant rash. If this should happen try soothing the area with a dab of witchhazel gel. This naturally cooling gel will reduce the redness of the spots and speed up healing.

3: Talc before waxing. When waxing at home try using some talcum power over the area to be waxed. This will help the strips to rip and be more effective.

4: Sugaring is often a better choice than waxing for beginners. This method is water soluble meaning it wipes off, leaving no sticky marks making it easier to use than wax.

5: Turmeric is a natural depilatory. Apply as a paste before a bath, leave to dry then simply rinse off for a smooth hair free look.

6: Shaving gel or foam. Always use a gel foam or oil when shaving to reduce the risk of shaving rash, however if you should run out then hair conditioner makes a wonderful substitute.

7: Plucking is a great way to remove stray hairs and keep eyebrows neat, however it can be a bit of a pain! reduce the pinch by rubbing the area with an ice cube before tweezing, you could also try using a little dab of teething gel to numb the area, just remember not to get any in or near your eyes.

8: Bleaching is a great way to reduce the appearance of fine hairs. For a natural solution simply rub a freshly cut lemon over the hair and leave for 5 to 10 minutes then rinse off. The natural bleaching agent in the lemon won't make the hair look bright white like some bought products can.

9: Reduce regrowth by using a product containing soya. Soya milk was found to reduces hair pigmentation and also the rate of growth.

10: Aloe Vera is and excellent treatment after any type of hair removal. The gel has a natural anti inflammatory effect therefore reducing the likelihood of redness and irritation, leaving you with smooth, healthy skin.

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Beauty, Exfoliate, Female, Hair, Hair Bleaching, Hair Care Tips, Hair Loss, Ingrown Hairs, Shaving, Skin Complaints, Skin Lightener, Sugar For Soft Skin, Threading, Waxing, Woman

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I am a busy mum in my 30's and when I am not running about I enjoy reading and writing about arts, alternative health and spirituality.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
7th Nov 2013 (#)

Nice tips for women!

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