The easiest way would be to shave this off. But this isn’t something that’s advisable for women because the hair will grow thicker and coarser. Shaving makes the face and the skin around it so much more rough and manly and anyhow, the use of disposable razors can also be bad for the environment. Disposable razors are made of plastic materials.
Plucking is also another hair removal option for women. But hair growth using this method can sometimes cause an ingrown, which is why women look for other, less painful options. Two of the more popular ones are waxing or body sugaring, using organic creams or honey. Waxing and sugaring have long been applied by ancient women of Egypt, in fact. Hence, as far as methods go, these have been proven very effective for many, many years.
There are women who also turn to bleaching the hair to at least make it less obvious on the face. Using chemical bleach, however, may have fast results. But it is actually toxic, so going with a natural solution, such as using lemon, can be a good replacement. Lemon bleach, however, takes longer before results appear. This method may require a bit of patience and dedication.
Have you tried any of these eco-friendly methods with your facial hair?
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