Try the following home remedies to get rid of your unwanted hair on your cheek,chin & upperlip .
Mix chickpea flour or chana lentils flour in water or milk to make a thick paste. You can add a pinch of turmeric powder and a tsp of fresh cream to this paste. Apply this on your face in the direction of the hair growth. Now leave it fir 25-20 minutes or till it is fully dry. Scrub it off when dry in the opposite direction of hair growth. This will give you little sense of irritation but when you scrub this paste your fine hair will also come off. This remedy when followed on regular basis or daily then will help to reduce the hair growth significantly on your cheeks and chin.
Make a paste using sugar, lemon and water. apply this paste on the face in the direction of hair growth. Leave it for 10-15 minutes and rinse it off with cold water.
Blend Â½ tsp of corn flour and 1 tsp of sugar in a whole egg to make a thick and sticky paste. Apply this paste on your face in the direction of hair growth. When this dries peel it off in opposite direction. Other method of hair removal like threading is also effective to remove unwanted facial hair. Threading also when done on regular basis will decrease the growth of hair on cheeks and chin.
Blend the egg white with sugar and corn flour. Blend it well until it becomes a sticky paste. Apply the mixture to your face. When it dries up gently slowly peel it off. Repeat this 3-4 times a week. You will notice a difference in your facial hair as it will reduce time by time.
Get a little pan or even a small pot, place on cooker on simmer gas. Add two teaspoons of sugar wait for 20 seconds to get heated. Then add one table spoon of fresh lemon juice, stir slowly with a spoon for one minute until you get a sticky liquid paste. Once you have let it cool down then apply on your unwanted hair, once applied use a piece of clean cloth (cotton, polyester) and place it on the pasted hair. Once placed give it a few rubs up and down with your hand. Then pull the cloth from bottom to top fast as possible and see the surprise yourself. This is best for all types of your unwanted hair. Can be used on face, body, arms and legs.
hi there are various ways for your guidance laser,waxing and so on details below:
There are multiple ways to remove unwanted body hair temporarily or permanently. The choice of which method to use depends in part on your hair and skin. Here are some tips to help you to decide how best to remove unwanted body hair.
1. Shaving- There are two ways to shave, with an electric razor or with a wet/disposable razor. Electric razors are very quick and easy to use. They are convenient enough to use anytime and anywhere. There are many different types of electric razors made specifically for your hair and skin type. For example, some razors are made to release a soothing gel for people with sensitive skin. Be sure to follow the instructions for the care of your razor to be sure it works properly. Change the blades regularly. Wet shaving is another option. Choose a good disposable razor to prevent ingrown hairs and razor burn. The best method of wet shaving is in the shower to allow the steam to soften the hair and skin, which should help lessen irrritation. Use a rich shaving cream or hair conditioner and shave in the direction that the hair grows. If you are shaving a beard, say in front of a mirror, be sure to splash your face several times with warm water to soften it. If you are shaving any area with really long hair, for example your head or back, try to trim the hair to ¼ of an inch for a closer shave. While shaving, be sure to stop and rinse your razor periodically to prevent clogging. Always use a sharp razor and only use disposable razors two or three times before replacing. Shaving using either of these methods typically only lasts a few days. 2. Waxing- Waxing is done by applying a hot wax formula, usually honey-based, to the area. Then a cloth strip is applied over the wax and when the wax cools and hardens to the strip (which only takes a few seconds), the cloth is pulled off in one quick swipe. Waxing can be used anywhere on the body, but is more popular for lips, eyebrows and bikini areas. Be sure to wax only a small portion at a time. Depending on the area being waxed, it may sting a bit, but only for a second. Redness and puffiness can also occur temporarily. However the benefit of the wax job is quite worth it. Take an ibuprofen 30 minutes before the procedure to minimize pain and puffiness. Waxing isn't very expensive and it is always a good idea to let a professional do the job before trying it yourself at home. If skin tends to be sensitive, apply aloe vera to the area afterward. Any tenderness and redness should subside within an hour. Waxing usually lasts up to a month. 3. Depilatories- These can be creams, gels, or lotions. They work by dissolving the hair below the skin's surface. Nair is one of the most popular depilatory creams. It is very effective on coarse hair and only takes about 10 to 20 minutes for the whole process. However, products like these can sting or burn the skin, especially if left on too long. They are known to have an unpleasant odor and most of them cannot be used on the face. 4. Electrolysis- This is a permanent hair removal procedure that is performed by a professionally trained electrologist. They insert a needle into the hair root, and an electric current is sent to the root, killing it off. This procedure is absolutely painless. Electrolysis is very safe, and unlike depilatories or bleaches, no harsh chemicals are used. However, do your research before choosing an electrologist. There are no permanent side effects, only a slight redness of the skin occurs after the procedure, but goes away quickly. The total amount of treatments needed varies from person to person. They usually last between fifteen minutes to an hour. The cost could range from $25 to $150 per hour, depending on the area being treated. Just be sure to get a consultation and ask any questions that you may have. 5. Laser Treatments- This is also a permanent hair removal process performed by a dermatologist. A pulsed laser is used to remove unwanted hair from the body. Not everyone is a good candidate for this procedure. A big requirement is that the hair must be darker than the surrounding skin, because if the skin is darker, too much of the laser energy could be absorbed into the skin, which is not healthy. Coarse, dark hair is best. Blonde or red hair is not because it doesn't absorb enough laser energy. Treatment cost depends on the size of the area, generally $500 per session with an average of four sessions needed. One session can produce long term hair removal, but since hair grows in cycles, multiple sessions are optimal to be sure all the hair is removed. Any area can be treated with the exception of the eye area. Talk to your dermatologist if you feel this may be a good procedure for you. Bleaching Upper Lip Hair to Reduce its Appearance
Another popular at-home hair removal method is bleach. You can buy cream bleaching creams that are mixed with an activator and then applied to the facial hair. You cannot use cream bleaches on eyebrows or anywhere near your eyes—if they get in your eyes, you can go blind. Some people may experience facial redness or sensitivity from bleaching, so it's a good idea to do a 24 hour test patch first. But if the bleach doesn't bother your skin, and if you use it weekly, you'll not only be rendering facial hair more invisible, after awhile it will become fragile and start to break off, lessening its appearance even more.
The hair which grows over your upper lips can be many times annoying. Try the following natural ways to bleach them –
* Grind sun dries orange peels them to make its powder. Make a paste by adding a tsp of lemon juice and curd. Exfoliate your skin with this mixture daily for best results. * Make a paste from lemon juice and honey. Apply this on your face and neck. Wash it with tap water after 20minutes. Lemon acts as a natural bleaching agent and will help to lighten your upper lip hair over a period of time. * To remove excessive hair above your lip line threading can also be considered as a good option. * Natural bleach’s effect won’t be too prominent and quick as they don’t have any chemicals. For best results be patient and practice these remedies on regular basis.
Think about electrolysis. Using an electrical current, this process can remove some hair permanently by destroying the hair follicle. Home electrolysis devices are available, but most people opt for professional treatment. Large areas of unwanted hair may require several sessions.
You can try only to reduce the hair growth in your body/unwanted hair. But nothing can do to completely get rid of from growing it. best bet would be to get all the upperlip hair removed permanently with the help of laser therapy. Threading is also being applied by women as the best way to remove hair from the upper lip. Otherwise do it with hair removing creams but it should be done in a fixed duration.
Even i had hair in upper lip. I got rid of it by using this home made paste made up of turmeric and drops of milk. i applied it evenly on my face and leave it on for 5 minutes before going to sleep and i used to rub the paste on the areas where i had hair.. this will not only reduce the hair growth but also remove the hairs present. i am not aware of sunnipindi with kachuraalu .
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hi turmeric sticks may be helpfull..use them regularly.. rub ur upperlips and chin where the hair present vt dry oats regularly... this may helpfull.. but if u want permanent treatment go for laser treatment or electrolysis to parlour.. hope this is helpfull..
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