There are several methods for removing facial hair at home. Perhaps the most common hair removal method is tweezing the unwanted hair, although that method is quickly being replaced by threading, an ancient hair removal ... More »

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Ingrown hairs can be treated with home remedies that include lifting the hair by looping a sterile needle under the embedded hair in the skin, according to Mayo Clinic. Washing the affected areas with a soft-bristled too... More »

Colette Bouchez at WebMD mentions a few common home remedies to remove facial hair including tweezing, shaving, depilatories and waxing. The Huffington Post also suggests various gadgets, such as the No! No! 8800 from Ra... More »

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While many popular methods used to stimulate facial hair growth do not provide results, a hair transplant is one option for men who want to grow a beard. The process involves removing hair follicles from the back of the ... More »

There is little scientific evidence that home remedies actually help to regrow hair. Depending on the reason for hair loss, some natural methods may help to boost hair growth or slow down hair loss. More »

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Various home remedies can help treat damaged hair, including raw eggs, lemon juice, sour cream, cornmeal, avocado, honey and beer. The type of home remedy varies according to the type of damage to the hair. More »

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Eleven home remedies for oily hair include: shampooing often, using a solvent shampoo, rinsing thoroughly, skipping conditioner and refraining from brushing the hair too often. Using an acidic hair rinse, applying a mixt... More »

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