Nose Hair Removal

Nose hair removal is something that most people never want to discuss but often have to face as they grow older. There are some women who have to deal with this problem however it’s much more common amongst men to wake up one day and see stray hairs trying to get out into the light. It’s gross, unattractive and a reminder that time is flying bye. And let’s face it- no one wants to feel like they’re aging. Here are a few tips on nose hair removal that can help you hide those unwanted hairs so that you can feel and look your best.

Nose Hair Trimmers– These are specifically made to cut long nose hairs quickly, without pain and most importantly safely. When using a trimmer you should always make sure to work in a well-lit area so that you can see what you’re doing. After using a trimmer make sure to blow your nose so that you don’t inhale any loose hairs.

Nose Hair Clippers– Using scissors to cut your nose hairs is dangerous because they’re not designed for this purpose and you may end up cutting and harming your skin. If you prefer to cut your nose hairs without the use of a trimmer then a clipper is your best bet because it cuts the hairs the way that a scissor would but it’s safer.

Electrolysis– You can use electrolysis to remove the hairs at the very base of your nose but it’s very dangerous to use this technique in your actual nose. You won’t be able to see where you’re going so you’re going to end up having a lot of electric shocks sent right through your nose and that can be excruciatingly painful. However, to remover the hairs at the tip of your nose permanently this is the best option.

Waxing– Don’t even think about waxing the inside of your nose because you may end up burning yourself. However, like electrolysis you can use warm wax to remove the hairs at the tips of your nose.

It’s important to always clean your nose after any treatment so that you don’t inhale any of the loose hairs. You should also be sure to clean any device used for trimming nose hairs right after use so that it doesn’t gather bacteria. Other than that, you’re good to go.

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