For many women, facial hair is a genuine problem. What’s more, the darker it is, the more noticeable, and the less self-confidence you can have. Rather than reach for often-harmful products that can cause pH imbalances and skin irritation, why not try a natural body care product or organic ingredients to help? Believe it or not, much of what we find in nature can actually be of help to lighten your facial hair naturally. Try these methods and find out what works for you.
Lemon and Honey
While it might seem like this combination of ingredients is more beneficial in a tea or throat lozenge, it can work well for your skin and facial hair as well. Lemon and honey work by bleaching your hair – but safely through the use of hydrogen peroxide in the honey and vitamin C in the lemon.
What’s more, the combination is also useful for skin hydration, alleviation, and even blackheads. All you need for this natural body care product is four tablespoons of honey and two teaspoons of lemon juice. Mix them and apply it to your facial hair with either your hands or a brush. After half an hour, rinse it off.
Do you want a hair bleaching method that smells delicious and is also effective? Then add papaya to your shopping trolley. Using the pulp, mix it with milk to form a paste. Put it onto the dark hairs on your face, massaging it in for around five minutes. Wait five minutes then rinse it off.
Rather than risk skin irritation from standard synthetic bleaching products, reach for wild turmeric and reap the rewards. For many hundreds of years, women have used wild turmeric as a means to lighten hair – both on their face and head. Mix milk with the wild turmeric to form a paste, then apply it to your face for around a quarter of an hour. Rinse it off with water.