8 Simple Home Remedies For Waxing
Waxing and other hair removal treatments are often expensive, time-consuming, and painful. If you’re looking for a cheaper and more natural way of hair removal, then here are some great tips for you.
All these tips are inexpensive, and none of them will take more than twenty minutes. While some of these tips may not be truly ‘waxing’ solutions, they can all get rid of hair, thin it, or prevent it from growing as much as it used to. So, if you want to remove unwanted hair, then try these simple home remedies for waxing.
The first thing that you should do before waxing is to make sure that the area that you want to wash is clean and free of dirt.
This will make is easier for whatever relaxing solution you decide to make to get the hair off of your skin. Using warm soapy water is the best way to do this.
Also, before waxing for hair removal you should make sure to exfoliate your skin. Since you are about to forcibly pull hair out of your body, it’s nearly bound to hurt at least a little.
Exfoliating is a kind of way to prepare your body for waxing, and if you do it correctly then you may even be able to make the procedure all the less painful.
#3. Papaya & Turmeric
Papaya is another natural home remedy that contains natural chemicals that are great at thinning hair over time, and getting rid of hair when you use it. It’s rather simple to use as well. Mix two tablespoon of fresh papaya and mix it with half of a teaspoon of turmeric.
Once mixed, apply this to your skin. Let it sit on your skin for at least fifteen minutes and then wash it off with cool water. For best results, do this at least once a week.
#4. Milk & Turmeric
Mix as much turmeric as it takes to cover the area you are trying to remove hair from. Slowly add in milk until it makes a sort of paste. Once the paste is complete, put it on your body. Leave the paste on until it dries up, and then rinse it off with warm water. Note that this works the best with fine hair.
#5. Sugar & Lemon
One of the best home remedies for hair removal is to mix together two tablespoon of sugar and lemon, and then add in ten tablespoons of water. Mix all of these together until the sugar seems to dissolve a little.
Take a cotton ball and rub it on your skin. Leave this on your skin for at least fifteen minutes. When the time is up, gently rub off the sugar with cool water. Do this at least twice a week to get noticeably thinner hair.
#6. Banana & Oatmeal
Banana and oatmeal make a great natural remedy when it comes to removing hair. Bananas make your skin soft, while oatmeal if rough enough to remove hair. Mash up a full banana and then mix in two teaspoons of oatmeal.
Rub this mix on your skin in a circular motion. Do this for at least fifteen minutes. When you are done, rinse off the mix with cool water. Do this at least twice a week to get the best results.
While spearmint is not really used for ‘waxing’ it can be used to prevent hair growth, and less hair is what people are aiming for, right?
As often as you like, you can make spearmint tea. By drinking this, it can suppress certain hormones that cause hair growth. Drinking this regularly should make you grow less body or facial hair over time.
After removing hair it is always a good idea to use some moisturizer. Pulling out hair can cause your skin to become dry. Some of these natural home remedies, like the banana and oatmeal one, can naturally moisturize your skin, but most hair removal tips do not. You can use any moisturizing lotion you like. Know that shea and cocoa butter are both great natural moisturizers as well.
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