These old recipes will help you remove the humiliating hair that you have all over your face and body. After a couple of months of using this first cure, the hair all over your face and body will totally vanish.
To start with, you will need to take a full palm of nutshells and burn them. Then, put the ashes in water and let them stay there for 12 hours. Finally, absorb gauze in the water and put it on the body parts that you want to remove hair from.
Do this a few times every day and hold the gauze for around 30 minutes. In a couple of weeks, the hair all over your face and body will be gone.
Ancient Egyptian Art of Body Sugaring
Body sugaring is a system for getting rid of body hair that is a modest, custom-made option instead of waxing (or shaving). The theory behind body sugaring is that the hair is taken out from the root, and when it grows back there will be less of it, and it will be thinner and not stubbly, like it would be if a razor was used.
Body sugaring is done by making a mixture of sugar, water, and lemon juice that has been warmed to the softball candy stage.
After you have let the mixture cool enough so it won’t smolder, you spread it on your skin with cotton pieces of material, and then rip the fabric off like one does a wrap. Most people discover that sugaring is less scary than waxing.
Because of a large number of requests for this formula, I have searched hard and at last discovered the following. Here is what I consider to be the best formula:
- 2 cups sugar
- ¼ cup lemon juice
- ¼ cup water
Supplies: Candy thermometer
Mix the ingredients in a saucepan, and heat on low temperature, using a candy thermometer. Carefully watch the mixture so it doesn’t over-boil. Heat the mixture to 250 F on the candy thermometer; this is the hardball candy stage.
Take it off the heat and let it sufficiently cool to put into a container without breaking or softening the jug. (Note that this jug will be warmed later on. Verify it is safe for whatever type of warming you want to do—in the microwave, or in a pan of water.)
Tear clean cotton fabric in 1-inch strips. Verify the cotton isn’t too coarsely woven.
This next step is extremely simple: Let the mixture cool enough so it won’t burn your skin. The first time when I did this I didn’t let the mix cool enough and I burned myself! Test the mixture on the palm of your hand, taking into consideration that it is much harder than the delicate skin under your arms.
Using a dull blade or Popsicle stick spread the cooled sugar onto your skin. Spread with the material strips. Let it set for a couple of minutes, and after that rip it off rapidly as you would a bandage.