How To Remove Facial Hair and Blackheads Naturally at Home

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Mustaches may look fantastic on men, but when a woman has one, it’s an embarrassment. Nobody wants to be Aunt Bessie—you know, the one with the mustache. If you have dark hair, it’s even more noticeable. I’ve tried bleaching my mustache, and it disguised it, but it didn’t eliminate it.

In fact, it seemed to grow longer, even though it was lighter in color. It also bleached the skin under on my lip and took up to a week before the skin beneath the mustache changed back to the same color as the rest of my skin. It was frustrating, to say the least.

I knew I had to do something the morning I was eating Cheerios, and one of the hairs got caught on a Cheerio and left it dangling just above my lip. I was desperate to find an inexpensive way to end the problem for good and scanned the internet.

When I found this, I decided it was worth a try. It works! No more Ms. Mustachio for me. That inspired me to use it on other, less bothersome facial hair, like the cheek hair that is close to the ear and hairline and had another success. I think you’ll love the results you get.

Egg whites are great for regulating sebum production, and they’ll leave your skin clean and glowing. The recipe is perfect for removing the hair on your face, arms or legs.


Credit: Kalasini Nibin