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This Natural Recipe Will Make Your Facial Hair Disappear Forever

Women on the East use this saving method for centuries.

There is no woman on Earth that doesn’t get nervous from facial hair. Most of them have problems with hair above the lips. You have probably used wax as a first solution for dealing with these problems. But, there is a natural and effective solution. Women on the East use this saving method for centuries.

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71 Comments

  1. Hi! I’m sorry but there’s something I dont understand: should I do this only once and that’s it? Or I Have to do it every month?
    Thanks!☺

    1. The article says to repeat 2-3 times per week and that in about a month the hair will be gone. It’s pretty unlikely, but go for it. The ingredients themselves are good for the skin, it’s just unlikely they will remove your hair, let alone permanently.

  2. Once a week 2-3 applications. In a month the hair should stop growing. I’ll have to try it.

  3. I don’t understand what in those ingredients would make hair stop growing… if anything the lemon and honey could lighten the color of the hair and make it less visible.

    1. 2 tablespoons of honey

      1 tablespoon oatmeal paste

      2 tablespoons of lemon juice

      How it’s done

      Mix all the ingredients and rub them on the spot where you want to remove the hair. Leave the mixture for 15 minutes. After this wash your face with warm water. Then, apply face cream. Repeat this for 2-3 times a week. After a month the hair will be gone.

    1. Hi Kristi, I wanted to check an see if you had a chance to try this??

      So I can get my daughter to try it, Would just like some feedback from someone who has tired it

    2. Hi Kristi, I wanted to check an see if you had a chance to try this??

      So I can get my daughter to try it, Would just like some feedback from someone who has already tired it

    1. Well shout it to me please because I don’t see any recipe . Just clamps that this really works. What works. All I see is a picture of a woman putting what looks like baking soda on her uperlip.

    1. 2 tablespoons of honey

      1 tablespoon oatmeal paste

      2 tablespoons of lemon juice

      How it’s done

      Mix all the ingredients and rub them on the spot where you want to remove the hair. Leave the mixture for 15 minutes. After this wash your face with warm water. Then, apply face cream. Repeat this for 2-3 times a week. After a month the hair will be gone.

  4. I’d be interested in trying this, however many have asked yet no response as to what oatmeal paste is.
    Once we know what it is, we could try it.
    Please let us know.

  5. I cannot get the article to open from this page, can u please post the ingredients and recipe for this? I don’t know if something is wrong with the url or my phone that won’t allow it to open, thanks in advance 🙂

  6. Hi All,

    Mix well 6-8 drops of lemon juice, ½ teaspoon oatmeal (coarsely ground) and 1 tablespoon honey, to structure a paste. Apply it and let it stay on your face for 15-20 minutes. Gently rub the oatmeal on your face for 4-5 minutes in the opposite direction of hair growth. A brief time later, wash off with water. Use it a couple times a week. This scrub will not only simply helps you dispose of undesired hair on your face, additionally keeps your skin smooth, hydrated and sensitive while guaranteeing its against perilous UV pillars.

    Regards Laura

  7. Who is this person writing these articles? In another one she talks of removing under the chin hair with lemon juice and sugar! Its hair, no matter where it is, why a different recipe? I guess you won’t do much harm trying, but don’t be too upset when it doesn’t work.

  8. Jeez ladies – if you “buff” the area with any scrub 2-3 times a week, it will reduce the amount of hair.

    You can also buy special special mitts, a pumice stone or fine sandpaper to buff away hair. If you buff away facial hair, your results could last a few hours or up to a week, depending on how fast your hair grows.

    This is no permanent solution or magic cure.

    1. It says to mix the ingredients together to make the paste. They are 3 to 4 drops of lemon juice, 1\2 teaspoon of course ground oatmeal, and 1 teaspoon of honey.

  9. 2 tablespoons of honey

    1 tablespoon oatmeal paste

    2 tablespoons of lemon juice

    How it’s done

    Mix all the ingredients and rub them on the spot where you want to remove the hair. Leave the mixture for 15 minutes. After this wash your face with warm water. Then, apply face cream. Repeat this for 2-3 times a week. After a month the hair will be gone.

    Oatmeal paste is ground oatmeal with l little hot water to make paste
    I copied and pasted this from last (first) page

  10. Oatmeal paste is simply a paste you make from oatmeal. Mortar and pestal or something similar works. Normally one would use that to ground it up into a more powder like form(like cream of wheat) and add a little water to make a paste.

  11. People oatmeal is what you eat for breakfast, except for this purpose you need to use it raw and grind it beforehand, or just mix the complex scientific itsy bitsy ingredients (3 of them) together and then grind. Same end result!

  12. To all those oatmeal paste questions:
    You can buy oatmeal paste or oatmeal flour at the store or make it yourself. I just put some oatmeal in a coffee grinder and make it into powder.

  13. This is a link to one person’s results….http://www.thehealthsite.com/beauty/oatmeal-pack-to-get-rid-of-facial-hair-forever/

    It doesn’t sound like it’s a good idea.

    And as to everyone’s question about what is Oatmeal Paste? You can buy it from high end cosmetic counters or you can make it much more easily yourself. Simply take a cup or so of your breakfast oatmeal and put it in your blender or food processor. Blend into a fine dust like powder. If you want to use it by itself, add just enough water to make into a paste, or add the ingredients of this sites recipe and there you go!

  14. Before commenting, Maybe you should read the prior comments. All I’m seeing is the same answer a hundred million times. I believe the original question was, after doing this 2-3 times a week for 15, is the hair gone & are you done permanently? Or do you keep having to do this 2 to 3 times a week for upkeep in order for the hair to remain gone.

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