Any suggestions on upper lip hair removal tips and products : Beautiful woman.
Dulce Asked: Any suggestions on upper lip hair removal tips and products ?
i need help with this i have the nair moisturizing face cream but it doesnt remove all the hairs . .
i what can i do to get rid of it !
or any good products that are GREAT on removal upper lip hair !!
well i would love to hear your and appreciate it
Have you ever tried this before?
yes you can thread your own mustache. I do it all the time now. It saves me time and money.
And the pain isnt alot u get used to it. And i had very tiny hair kinda like when you shave and they grow dark and it removed that. Just youtube vids on facial threading. Its so easy.
I had this problem in high school and this is what I did. I went out and bought a daily face wash it helps cause it removes the oil from you face. Another thing is wiping your face with a warm wash cloth before bed.
Just drink a lot of fresh water, this will help u.
I put non-gel toothpaste on acne spots, or excessive oily place. they also make oil-free acne wash, or normal face wash that should take care of it. I use 3 in 1 clean and clear face wash, i got it at walmart for 4 somthing. then i put crest toothpaste in certian places and the oil is gone. you could also stick to the normal bar soap method but i prefer using products. anyway, good luck and hope my answer helps.!
PLAIN Dove soap is definatly your best bet. It'll break the oil down nd remove it from the face nd pores without the harsh chemicals …every morning when u shower would be the way to go. Something else that works unbelievably well is rubbing Alcohol … though it can be tough on the skin ifNOT usedproperly. Basically what it does is remove dirt and then gets deep into the skin and drys up any pores that secrete dirt and oil .. I only suggest this lightly with a cotton ball twice a week BEFORE u do your Dove treatment and be sure to rinse your face thoroughly ..
There are a lot of things you can do at home to control the oily skin. Of course you should be consistent, especially at your age. But with some efforts involved you can make your skin look less oily. Try some home remedies and find which works best for you. http://all-for-skin-beauty.com/article/s Everyone is different and what works for one could be useless or even irritating for the other.
Hope you will find something helpful.