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How To Remove Chin Hair: Best Ways To Remove Facial Hair

At some point in your lives, you will start noticing that tiny, facial hair have started appearing on your chins! Yes, don’t panic- that is something that will happen to every woman and more so when she starts aging. It is very common for middle aged women to start developing hair on their chins, but for some this process starts a little earlier. To remove unwanted hair on chin you can go through a large number of procedures. In this article we will explore some of the options to remove chin hair female and also give you tips on which would be the best method for yourself.


The worst thing about chin hair is the fact that it can appear mysteriously-even overnight! So one find day you wake up and you see that you have tiny hair appearing on your chin. Like we mentioned before, if you are young and you have chin hair, it may be because of some hormonal imbalance but if you are old and you see chin hair sprouting, be sure that it us because of the lack of estrogen in your body. So naturally, you want to get rid of hair on chin and how to remove chin hair, so you will browse Google for answers

Here Are Some Tips On How To Remove Chin Hair

But let us warn you, before you begin any procedure mentioned on Google, you should first visit your dermatologist and actually find out what caused the chin hair. It may be a permanent thing or temporary too. But the important thing is to first find out the reason and only then go for a diagnosis.

1. You Can Tweeze Them Out

If you have a high tolerance for pain and you don’t mind tweezing your eyebrows either, then this one is a quick fix. For those who have a very sparse growth of hair on your chin, you can easily tweeze that off. For larger areas, you will have to find out an alternate solution.

2. Threading It Off

Another very popular way to remove unwanted hair is by threading. Even though it is a little painful, it does work when you have a lot of hair to take care of.

3. Shaving

Shaving? A lot of you might be amazed to see this on the list. Yes, even scientists have now agreed that women can use shaving as a way to remove their unwanted hair. People who have been shaving their face have vouched for the fact that they can see their face glow. And also, a lot of dermatologists are saying that shaving is actually the best option for providing skin with the least amount of trauma. But a popular myth is associated with shaving which is why women are scared of trying it out for themselves. They say that shaving makes your hair grow back faster. In reality, the hair grows the same amount. Just because it now has sharp edges, it tends to feel stubbly. This is because in reality the hair you have is naturally soft and has a wispy end.

4. Lasering Them Off

Among all the methods mentioned above, laser is the most expensive and also a slightly painful method. But it is also a permanent solution and you will not need to worry about your facial hair anymore! So for those of you who have really thick hair, this is the best option because it will concentrate on the roots of your hair and remove it from there. But the biggest challenge in getting a laser done is to find the right doctor. A wrong wavelength or frequency might end up burning your skin or causing permanent damage.

So there you go- the best tips to fight against that stubborn, poking hair on your chin. Remember-Don’t use any method without first consulting a dermatologist!


Grandmother’s Secret Beauty DIY Diary Unveiled- 5 Magical Hair And Face Treatments

If you’ve been cuddling grandma a lot when you were a kid, apart from the love and affection, it probably may have been an excuse for you to play with her hair and skin- so soft and supple, bouncy and nice! Wonder how she got that flawless skin and bouncy locks? Here are grandmother hair secrets and skin regimes, we bring to you!

Grandmother Hair Secrets

1. One of the best kept grandmother hair secrets, would be not using blow dryers but allowing nature to dry our hair. Blow dryers damage the hair strands when used quite often, and that is why grandma warned us about the same.

2. Believe it or not, back in those days women would brush their hair counting 100 strokes. This helped with blood circulation and de tangling of the hair, and stimulated hair follicles to stay strong. Get a brush with moderate to soft bristles, so as to not harm the hair or the scalp.

3. Hot oil treatments done once a week would help you gain lustrous long and beautiful tresses, say grandmothers across the world. This helps bring back the pH balance to the hair and the scalp and also helps nourish the hair strands too.

4. Split ends are bugging and they lead to hair loss in no time, which is why grandma always trimmed her hair once every fifteen days. Trimming was done to keep the split ends away, which means no more hair loss.

5. Grandma soaked a cup of fenugreek seeds in water overnight and ground the seeds in the morning into a paste. This paste she washed off with the same water the seeds were soaked in and with a little shampoo for more cleaning.

Those were her secret hair recipes.

Lets Check On Some Age Old Face Treatments, Shall We?

1. To keep the skin fresh and supple, grandma used to mix lime water with water (1:1) and apply on the face to get rid of acne marks, pimples and scars or blemishes and dark spots too. this helped her attain a very bright complexion

2. Grandma didn’t have commercial exfoliation services for skin, back then. What she did was to rub half a lime immersed in sugar granules to get rid of dead skin cells and the summer tan from her skin. Cut half a lime and dip it into a bowl of sugar, and rub generously but gently all over the skin. Wait for ten minutes and then wash off the mask. You may also add a teaspoon of coconut paste to the mix for more help!

3. Wonder how she had glowing skin? The answer was an olive oil massage. The oil of olive is known to help hydrate and moisten the skin, and also keeps dirt, grime and pollution away. Massage the oil into the skin an hour before bath and then wash off with soap and warm water, and watch how your skin glows.

4. Cocoa butter was always in the cupboard because grandma knew how important it was to use this particular butter to do facials with. Rub a tablespoon of cocoa butter onto the skin and allow it to rest for ten minutes. Once it is dry, you then should wash it off with cold water; gentle circular motions helps with exfoliation of the skin

5. Grandma slept well but sometimes due to illness would have dark circles under the eyes. Place raw potato slices under the eyes and wait for ten minutes. Once ten minutes are done, you must wash the slices and its remnants off the face.

Here were ten age old olden days face treatments and hair care secrets grandmas kept in their kitty. We brought them to you so that you don’t have to spend a bomb on treatments when visiting the parlors anymore. We hope you liked these ten secrets and would try them out too, and do write in with the secret beauty recipes and treatments your grandma used as well.

Stay gorgeous and go au naturale, because your hair and skin do not adhere much to chemical treatments and products, as much as they would with natural products. The next time though, we shall write more on old age hair loss remedies and skin treatments that modern science raves about!

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