6 Inexpensive Natural Ways to Get Rid of Unwanted Chin Hair

Women who have facial hair can be embarrassed and lack confidence unless they remove the facial hair. Unfortunately, many treatments for unwanted facial hair are expensive and require chemicals or hot wax. They can irritate the skin and cause serious complications like ingrown hairs and infections. Natural hair removal is possible with certain ingredients you might already have in your kitchen or pantry.

6 Inexpensive Natural Ways to Get Rid of Unwanted Chin Hair


For those who have a light dusting of facial hair, using turmeric is a great solution for their unwanted hair problem. You’ll need turmeric and water or milk to create a paste. That paste should be thick enough to stay on the face like a mask. The paste should be left on the face for 15 to 20 minutes until it’s dry. The mask can be washed with warm water to remove.

Chickpea Flour

This flour is also known as gram flour or garbanzo beans flour. In some countries, the mixture of chickpea flour and other ingredients has been used on babies’ faces to remove hair and keep the face smooth. The chickpea flour should be added to turmeric powder. The mixture should fill half the bowl you’re using. Enough milk should be added to create a paste. Once it’s applied to the face and dried, start rubbing the paste from the face in the direction of the hair growth.

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Sugar and Lemon

This mixture does a few things to the face. It’ll exfoliate, bleach the hair and lighten skin tone. Two tablespoons of sugar should be added to two teaspoons of fresh lemon juice and 10 tablespoons of water. Mix the sugar, lemon and water together. The sugar will still be granulated to exfoliate the skin. Apply the mixture in the direction of the hair’s growth. Leave for 20 minutes then rub off the face.

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