Reduce Facial Hair Naturally With Turmeric
am a female who is happy to share a natural way to reduce facial hair. I have suffered from facial hair since my 20's. Mostly on my chin, but I also have suffered from very thick hair between my brows, a few above my top lips and fine hairs all over my face! The hairs on my chin have gotten worse over about the last 10 years. Some of which I blame for having laser hair removal in that area of my face. You see, I have had a few very patches of thick hairs on my chin develop, about the shape of the Laser! Where previously there was just the odd thick hair. I believe they must use the same laser for hair regrowth in men as they do for laser hair removal! I do not recommend having Laser for hair removal on the face due to this.
To remove my facial hair, for years I used facial hair removal cream over my entire, face except for my eye-brows. During my week I wear full-face makeup and find my face looks smother with foundation on when I don't have any of the fine hairs on my face.
Facial hair removal cream is great for removing the fine hairs on my face, but the problem is it doesn't remove the more coarse hairs on my chin, lip and between my eyebrows.
For years I have shaved and plucked my face daily, in addition to using one weekly hair removal cream treatments. It's been a constant battle to look 'hair free'.
I have tried electrolysis in the past, after having no success with laser treatment. I went to two separate beauticians for electrolysis, however I didn't see any results. I found it painful and I suffered from some burn and scarring and still the hairs regrow! I was told by the practitioners that I would need ongoing treatments which ultimately may not remove all of my facial hair because of it being so thick. I didn't like the idea of continue to commit myself to further electrolysis treatments when I hadn't I hadn't seen any positive results from many painful treatment sessions. I also didn't like the idea of waxing my face because of having to wait until the regrowth is long enough to wax. So, I have been shaving my face in the shower in the mornings and plucking the regrowth out at night, as I would have some stubble by the evening. It sure grows quick!
What Is Turmeric?
Tumeric is a brightly colored spice commonly used in cooking and can be found in the spices section of your local grocery store.
It's only recently I discovered a home remedy that really works for reducing my facial hair. It's cheap and inexpensive. You could even have the ingredients in your own home now.
Just on a whim, when I was doing my groceries I purchased, in the spices isle of the supermarket, a packet of turmeric powder I mix it with milk until it's a toothpaste like consistency and I rub it on my chin and between my eyebrows, and leave it for a minute or two, a few nights a week.
I found about this beauty treatment online, as an old Indian wives tale. But even after the first time I applied this mix to my skin I realised it was probably going to be of benefit to me.It really had me excited from the first time I used it. My skin felt much smoother (In the hairiest areas) after just one application.
Because my chin hairs are so ridiculously thick, they are not normally easy to pluck out, especially with the roots intact like occurs with waxing, but what I noticed after applying turmeric powder with milk was that even the most coarsest of my facial hairs slid out on my tweezers with very minimal effort. It's like this mixture somehow sinks into the hair follicles, like no other facial mask or cleanser does - and quickly loosens the hairs, so they slide out easily! This makes plucking so much easier! And I feel this is the reason why the hairs do not grow back as quickly or coarsely, it must somehow affect the hair follicle itself. There is something in the spice, normally used for cooking that seems to stun the hair follicle from the root.
I keep my turmeric powder in a little sealed container with my beauty products, and it's a bit fiddly to getting milk from the fridge to use with it each time, but mixing it with milk does seem necessary. When I tried mixing it with water, it just stained my skin really badly, including my fingers from applying it. There is still some mess and staining when removing the product with a face towel - I've needed to set a few aside for that reason - it doesn't seem to wash out properly in the wash. They do stain. Even if you leave the mixture on your skin too long when it's mixed with milk it may stain a little, so that's why I only leave it on for a minute or two.
In addition, I have noticed over the three months that I've been applying this product a few times a week I have finally - for the first time in years - Seen a reduction in the hair growth between my eyebrows and on my chin! After all the different appointments and expense I've had the past, I'm stunned and amazed how fantastic this works and at such little cost. I am so happy to have found such a simple solution to such an annoying problem.
Prior to using this facial hair-reduction remedy I thought I'd probably end up buying a 'hair reduction' product like various creams you can purchase online, but they seemed so expensive, and plus you have to keep purchasing them for the results, so I am so happy to be able to share how I have had good success with hair-reduction using this spice so that others in my situation can also find success with reducing facial hair without going through the unnecessary expenses involved with other treatments.
I am hoping with my continued use of turmeric powder and milk I will find that facial hair becomes a thing of the past.
If you are suffering from the annoyance of having to constantly remove your facial hair I definitely recommend you try applying turmeric and milk before investing in other more expensive remedies.