How To Remove Facial Hair Naturally

I, too, am a sufferer of unwanted facial hair. It is unsightly, annoying, and downright embarrassing…. Yes, I understand your pain more than anyone, Ladies. When I think of how I envisioned my face, I did not envision it with more than peach fuss on it. This is why I am going to let you in on MY little secret. How to remove facial hair naturally with four different face masks. These DIY techniques remove the unwanted hair while nourishing your skin at the same time. You have to take care of your skin before you put on your makeup and face masks are your go to for this. Without further ado. I give you… How To Remove Facal Hair Naturally

Egg White Mask

This face mask is cost-efficient, and simple.

Benefits of eggs

Eggs are great for deep cleansing treatments and the protein is good for firming up your skin. Shrink or tighten pores with an egg white face mask. This egg white mask will leave your skin smooth and soft. Protein in the egg whites help with the skin’s elasticity.

This you will need to round up:

  • One egg
  • A roll of one ply tissue paper
  • Flat-head makeup brush
  • Small bowl
  1. Crack open your egg. You want to do your best to separate the yolk and the egg white into a small bowl.
  2. Whisk your egg whites, or stir your egg whites very well.
  3. Apply a thin layer of the egg white with your flat-head makeup brush. It is a good idea to put the egg white on the area that are prone to blackheads.
  4. Cover the areas that you have applied the egg white to with pieces of tissue from the tissue roll mentioned above. Ensure that you layer these areas very well to get good coverage, the more layers the better. It should feel like you are a mummy from ancient Egypt.
  5. Wait 40 minutes, or until you feel that the mask has fully hardened, then pull off in an upward motion, starting from your chin.  I recommend using a timer because I’ve fallen asleep too many times doing this mask. Trust me, it is a very easy thing to do.

Sugar and Lime

This is a good cost-efficient mask. Warning: I do not deem it wise to do this particular mask if you have sensitive skin. As usual do a skin patch test.

Benefits of sugar

Sugar is used a lot in skin products for a various reason. Sugar is a humectant, it draws moisture to your skin from the environment. Sugar contains glycolic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid that helps condition and moisturize skin and protect it from toxins. Last but not least, sugar makes an excellent exfoliate due to the small particles it embodies. The particles remove  dead surface skin cells by scrubbing them away.

Benefits of honey

Honey is also a humectant; It offers antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that help when fighting against acne. Honey has natural antioxidants, these little soldiers help protect the skin from ultraviolet damage. It pull impurities from the skin and aid in the healing of the skin. Finally, it offers anti-inflammatory properties that reduce fluid retention under the skin and minimize scarring.

Benefits of lime

Limes have astringent qualities, these qualities cause tightening of muscles for a short period of ti,me. Putting lime juice on your skin can make pores smaller and make your have a smoother appearance, thus improving the appearance of your complexion overall. Lime juice contains vitamin C and flavonoids, which have antioxidant, antibiotic and disinfectant agents. The citric acid found in limes helps remove dead skin from your face the citric acid keeps your face clean and acne-free. You will only need… Honey and sugar, any kind of sugar will do. However, I like to use brown sugar, it is softer than regular sugar.

To achieve a smooth face you will do the following:

  1. Mix together to form the mask.
  2. Apply to unwanted facial hair in the direction of the hair growth. Apply a thin layer.
  3. Let sit on face for 10 to 15 minutes or until tight.
  4. Wipe off with a warm washcloth. It is wise to wash this mask off fully as sugar can make your face feel stick if it is not wiped off completely.

Tip: If  the hair on your face is stubborn you can apply a thick strip of cotton cloth to the mask after it has set and pull the hair off. Pull  in the opposite direction of hair growth in a swift motion to remove facial hair.

Conclusion

There are many ways to remove facial hair from your face, I personally like the natural. Whatever way you choose to remove hair is perfectly fine. Thank you so much for your time. Please leave a comment below.

16 thoughts on “How To Remove Facial Hair Naturally

  1. Cathy says:

    I love your idea for the egg-white mask! I’ll make one of those later on. Now I’m all curious about how to use the magic of honey and lime on my skin. I guess the good thing about the egg mask – it doesn’t matter if it gets on your hair! Maybe it helps with unwanted hair, but it is good for the hair we want, too. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing your information. I’m going to go get the eggs out now so they can warm up a tad.

  2. Drish says:

    These are very easy techniques. I have been looking for some natural remedies for facial hair removal. And I am gonna try the one using the eggs. Thank you for the article.

  3. Eric Seil says:

    That’s good to know, an excellent read. Although this subject may not apply to me, I do have a few friends who don’t like getting unwanted facial hair. They get annoyed sometimes, and usually like natural hair remedies.

    It’s nice you listed some natural hair remedies to try out. I’ll pass this post on to those friends I know of. I think they’ll appreciate what’s in your post.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • YeKeiseaya Fugerson says:

      I read a lot of articles that don’t apply to me, but I do just that share the knowledge there isn’t anything wrong with that.

  4. Rodarrick says:

    This is just perfect. Though I’m a man, I took delight in keeping some hair but I detest the facial one. I like to be clean. However, I have been looking for less stressful means to making use of this and I’m delighted you have shared this here. Though these are simple and easy techniques which I know would be easy to try out. Thanks

    • YeKeiseaya Fugerson says:

      You’re welcome. As I always say, I am here to help. I will research subjects that will help men in the near future. 

  5. Juan Saladin says:

    I’ve used sugar before for its granularity (as an exfoliant). 

    I really like your idea of using the eggs whites. Of course, it should work marvelous, it’s pure protein you’re covering your face with. The masking effect should take place in a couple of minutes after application. The smell wouldn’t be pleasant and I don’t know how would it work if you drop a couple of perfume drops into it.

    Lime is great for clearing the skin of any imperfections.

    Thanks for your recommendations post, I’d definitely give them a try. 

    • YeKeiseaya Fugerson says:

      The smell of egg whites is not pleasant, but if you can get past the smell you will get the results you desire.

  6. Mugalu Mansoor says:

    Thank you very much for this great article

    When it comes to beauty, you have the whole world. not only ladies but also us many we are in the beautiful thing. Now you bring how to remove facial hair in a natural way. This facial hair problem disturbs my wife a lot and you gave us how to handle this naturally. All the things you talked about are easy to get. thanks

  7. Parameter says:

    Hi Fugerson,
    Thank you for this lots of information; I am a poultry farmer, I produce more than 25 crates of eggs daily but I never knew it could be used to remove my facial hair and also nourish my skin. You did not stop there but also took on lime and sugar.
    I have pimples coming out from time to time on my face, please do you know anything I can naturally use to come out of this?

  8. PurpleLioness says:

    Hiya YeKeiseaya

    Thank you for your article about natural facial hair removal. I didn’t know you could use egg white as a hair remover so that was a bit of a revelation! Is it difficult to separate an egg white from a yolk?  I’ve never done that as the yolk is my favourite part. Is there a simple way to do that? I bet there’s a YouTube video for it! 

    I have heard of sugaring for hair removal but again I’ve not tried it. I tried hair waxing years ago, never again! Is your lime and sugar mask painful to remove? 

    I think I might stick to eating eggs,  sugar and limes (actually sounds like the makings of a nice pancake!) and just be hairy😉thank you for the clear, easy to follow information tho should I ever change my mind, krs PurpleLioness 

    • YeKeiseaya Fugerson says:

      No, it is not difficult if you use a water bottle to suck the egg yolk up. I don’t find the sugar and lime mask to be painful, but I have a high pain threshold. You’re welcome. I am happy to help. 

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