Permanent Facial Hair Removal

Permanent Facial Hair Removal

You can get rid of facial hair permanently, both at a cosmetologist's clinic, and in the comfort of your own home. Read this BeautiSecrets article to know about the available ways.
BeautiSecrets Staff
Unwanted body hair is a hindrance to your physical appearance and appeal. It may even lower your self-esteem. In case you are suffering from this problem, it will be a wise idea to get rid of them. You may remove the facial hair by several hair removal methods like threading, plucking, waxing, and usage of depilatories.
All the methods give desired results. However, the effect produced by them is never long-lasting. You may notice the hair growth on your face within a period of 20 days. You may keep investing on the materials required for these temporary methods, and enjoy hair free face for 15-20 days only. But don't you think a more prudent action would be to get rid of the facial hair forever? There are permanent ways, both in clinics and at home, which can help you look clean and attractive for your entire life.
Clinical Methods
There are two popular ways of permanent hair removal, which can be safely used on your face - laser and electrolysis. Both these methods are done by a cosmetologist, and works in a number of sessions.
Laser Hair Removal
Laser is an intense, pulsating beam of light. A medical procedure makes use of laser to remove hair from the skin. This procedure is known as laser hair removal. The intense heat from laser damages the follicles of hair on the skin part under its effect which inhibits further growth. It can be used safely on the face. The complete disappearance of hair from the skin is observed only after a number of successful sessions. Maintenance treatments may also be required from time to time. This type of technique works well for people who have light skin but dark hair. You should get it done only by an experienced cosmetologist.
Electrolysis
Electrolysis is another popular permanent hair removal method. It involves insertion of a tiny needle or probe into the follicle of the hair to heat or galvanize it. The heat energy destroys the growth center of that particular hair strand. The hair strand is then removed by a tweezer. As each hair strand is operated upon one-by-one, this process is quite time-consuming. It is a bit painful as well. The cost depends on the time taken.
Home Remedies
Surprisingly enough, permanent hair removal at home is possible. The process may take time to show noticeable result but it surely works. Following are some of the home remedies. Choose any one out of them, and follow it religiously as directed.
Remedy
Mix one teaspoon of yogurt, half teaspoon of turmeric, and a tablespoon of gram flour with 1 - 2 drops of lemon juice to make a paste. Apply it all over your face, and allow it to dry. Rinse it off well with water by rubbing with fingers. Do it once in three days.
Remedy
Mix white part of an egg with a teaspoon of gram flour. Apply the mixture on your face, and allow it to dry. Peel it off with your fingers gently. Use this home remedy 3 - 4 times a week.
Remedy
Prepare a paste of a tablespoon of sugar, and required amount of lemon juice. Apply it with your finger in the direction of hair growth. Allow it to stay for about 12 - 15 minutes. Rinse it off well with plenty of water. Apply it once every third day.
Remedy
Take a tablespoon of fresh milk, and add half a teaspoon of turmeric to it. Mix both the ingredients, and apply the mixture on your face. Rub it on your face in small circular motion for about a minute. Wash your face well with warm water. Do it once a day.
The clinical permanent hair removal cost may or may not fit your budget. However, a point worth mentioning here is that it will be a one-time investment. You won't have to spend from time to time. Once done, it is done forever. In case you don't wish to spend money, then another option is to spend some time, and follow the home remedies. Use any one of them and look the way you wish to.