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Don't ever pluck nose hairs. If you have a grandpa-like hair coming out of your nostrils, snip it with curve-tipped scissors, with no sharp edges, or a grooming device. Do not pull the hair.


Plucking nose hairs can cause irritation and inflammation of the skin. This is less serious than the stuff we just discussed, but it can easily cause your skin to turn red and puffy. That kind of defeats the aesthetic purpose of plucking in the first place.


BI's video team chatted with Dr. Erich Voigt, an otolaryngologist at NYU about why you should step away from the tweezers when tackling nose hairs.


Don’t fret if your nose hairs start to get a little long — just trim them instead of plucking or waxing! Please SHARE this article with friends to let them know about the dangers of pulling ...


Dermatologist Julie Russak, MD, explains the risks involved with tweezing or plucking nose hair—and how you can safely remove it. But there are some safe ways you can get rid of a furry nose ...


In most cases, waxing or plucking nasal hair is not recommended. Pulling out individual hairs can lead to ingrown hairs and infection. Waxing, especially, could hurt the skin deep inside your nose.


Plucking nose hair. Our nose hairs filter out the bad germs we breathe in every day. As well as making your eyes water, plucking stray nose hairs can enable bacteria to enter the ‘danger triangle’ – the area between our mouth and nose that crosses blood flow headed to the brain. Plucking hairs on moles


Sure, you could take scissors to your nose hair or pluck it out with tweezers, but using a nose hair trimmer is a safe, less potentially-painful way to keep your nose, ears, and brows in check.


We talked to six aestheticians about the best tweezers for plucking eyebrows, ingrown hairs, and facial hair, and heard about slanted and pointed tweezers from brands including Tweezerman, LaVaque ...


Just when hair growth on a man’s head is slowing to a crawl, his ear, nose and eyebrow hair is getting ready to party. That’s because the hormones that cause thinning hair in the scalp also awaken “vellus hairs,” the short, light-colored, barely noticeable thin hair that develops on a man’s body during childhood.