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Sugar wax has been used around the world for many years, but it's only recently become popular in the UK.
What exactly is sugar wax? Exactly what it says on the tin...only there is no tin because it's completely homemade. In fact, you can whip up your own sugar wax at home using:
Before you get started, check out our tips for waxing above. Even with a natural, at-home method, the same tips still apply.
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 pumice stone is great for catching hairs and removing them from your skin. Better yet? 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.
Want to remove facial hair naturally? Eggs are not only extremely nutritious, but they have some useful properties when it comes to beauty, too.
Perhaps you've seen egg dry before and noticed how it creates a film-like substance on the surface it sets on. It's this power you're going to harness when using egg for hair removal.
To try it yourself, you'll need:
Eggs are an inexpensive and gentle way of treating unwanted facial hair. It's especially popular for getting rid of that unwanted peach fuzz above your upper lip. Why not give this natural hair removal remedy a try today?
If you're looking for a long-term solution, you may want to consider Papaya.
A study by the International Journal of Pharmaceutics found that the enzyme called papain has a "depilatory" (hair removing) effect. This enzyme is found inside Papaya. Although it won't remove hair overnight, it could reduce regrowth over time.
Sound too good to be true? Try this natural hair removal remedy at home and see the results for yourself.
Papaya not only smells delicious but could be a permanent solution to your unwanted body hair too. Who'd have thought it!
Turmeric is a bright yellow, fragrant spice, often found in Indian recipes.
Outside of the kitchen, Indian women have used it for many years for all sorts of natural beauty remedies. One such remedy is the removal of unwanted facial hair, and it's surprisingly easy to do!
We know what you're thinking... does Tumeric really remove hair permanently? A 2017 study in Phytomedicine found that curcuma, the active ingredient in turmeric, slowed hair growth and lightened the skin.
Want to try this DIY?
Like papaya, turmeric paste must be used regularly to reduce the rate of hair growth over time. Keep at it, and you'll be facial-hair free before you know it.
How many days do these methods take to remove hair?
The results will vary from person to person. In the case of waxing, the results are instant.
Can these methods be used for removing chest hair?
Yes, these methods are suitable for chest hair.
Where can I buy turmeric powder?
Turmeric powder can be purchased in the spice section of most supermarkets.
How can I fix dark underarms?
Mix 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with equal parts baking soda. Apply the mixture to the darkened area, leave to dry and then rinse off.
How can I remove turmeric staining?
Apply coconut oil to the skin to remove the yellow stains.
What is the best natural hair removal method?
The best natural method depends on the results you want to achieve. If you want fast results without the mess, using a razor will be the best option. For a long term solution, you might want to consider the papaya treatment.
Do you have any magic natural remedies for removing unwated body hair? Share your tips with us in the comments below or head to our socials to share your before and after pictures!