London: Is natural hair removal too good to be true? Today we’re looking at all the hair-removal options out there, starting from the basic and obvious, and working towards the weird and wonderful natural hair removal remedies (that actually work!)
Body hair – if only we could snap our fingers and make it disappear.
Although it was put on our bodies for good purpose (warmth and hygiene) clothes and showers, plus modern beauty standards, mean we no longer feel the need to be coated in a layer of fuzz.
The problem? Getting rid of body hair, and once we have, maintaining that lovely smooth skin.
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Waxing is the most expensive and most painful hair removal option you can go for, but many people would say it’s worth it. Wax pulls hair from the root, leaving you with flawless results that last the test of time. Although it can be painful at first, a combination of reduced hair-growth and your skin becoming used to the process mean the pain does decrease over time.
Waxing may provide great results, but it’s both a costly and timely process, making it impractical for many of us.
Natural hair removal remedies
Natural hair removal? Yes, you heard it here first! Believe it or not, there are some natural remedies that can slow down hair growth, reduce body hair, and even remove it completely. We’ve rounded up 6 of the best below for you to try yourself, in the comfort of your own home.
Turns out there’s another use for your pumice stone that doesn’t involve feet at all (unless you have very hairy feet that is!) – natural hair removal. The rough texture of a pumice stone is great at catching hairs and removing them from your skin. Plus, this is a 100% natural hair removal remedy.
To try it yourself, use a dry pumice stone on clean, dry skin in small circular motions. The pores will cling onto hairs and pull them out. Be sure to moisturise afterwards, as the texture of a pumice stone also provides an exfoliating effect and may leave the skin dry.