DIY: 3 Home Remedies to Remove Your Upper Lip Hair – Naturally
Posted on June 28 2016
Facial hair, especially above the upper lip region, has been a source of grief for women everywhere. Every day women all over the world set out to remove unwanted facial hair – only for it to begin reappearing before their new manicure has worn off! Bi-weekly trips to your favorite esthetician for a wax or threading can agitate your skin and lead to breakouts or patches of redness, not to mention can become tedious. While the most permanent solution, laser hair removal, can be quite expensive and is also known to agitate the skin. So, what's a girl to do? Luckily, these methods are not necessary every time you want to remove facial hair. There are actually home remedies that do just the trick! Wondering what they are? Check out these 3 awesome home remedies that remove upper lip hair naturally.
In this all-natural remedy the egg white works to remove unwanted lip hair while soothing your skin!
How: In a small bowl whisk, one egg white, corn flour, and sugar together until a sticky paste takes form. Apply the paste to you upper lip region. Let it dry for 30 minutes and then peel off once completely dried.
A well-known ingredient used to naturally remove hair, the sugar in this home remedy will not only rid your face of unwanted facial hair but also prevent regrowth!
How: In a small pot bring ¼ cup of water, 2 cups of sugar and ¼ cup of fresh lemon juice to a boil. Stir until a thick liquid is formed and let cool. Dust a small amount of corn sugar over your upper lip region. Apply the liquid over your upper lip region. Place a small piece of cloth over the applied paste and gently rub over it in circular motions. Pull off the piece of cloth quickly and against the direction of hair growth.
Yogurt, Gram Flour and Turmeric:
This easy home remedy not only removes the unwanted hair from your upper lip from also eliminates darkness from the region!
Steps: In a small bowl combine 2 teaspoons of each yogurt and turmeric powder and 1 teaspoon of gram flour, or chickpea flour. Whisk together until a thick paste is formed. Apply the paste onto the lip area and allow to dry. Once dried gently peel in the opposite direction of hair growth and rinse with lukewarm water.