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Facial hair especially hair on the upper lip can be very embarrassing. On a daily basis a number of women search for that one elusive method to get rid of unwanted hair permanently, but all the methods of depilation present today have a number of side effects and not to mention can be quite painful. So if you are looking to get rid of that annoying hair, here is a simple and painless natural remedy for you Kuppaimeni leaves.
Kuppaimeni leaves also known as the Indian Nettle is a great way to get rid of unwanted hair. The leaves are anthelmintic, expectorant, emetic, anodyne, hypnotic, antimicrobial , antiparasitic and wound healing properties, this leaf is also the perfect remedy for unwanted hair. The leaf has properties that permeate the skin and gradually thins the hair that grows out, causing them to fall out. Eventually this hair stops growing leading to a hair free upper lip! Read more about how to get rid of unwanted hair.
Here is how you can get rid of the unwanted hair:
Take a few leaves of the plant, wash them well and grind them. Now, add a teaspoon of fresh turmeric (kasturi manjal) to the mix. Mix this well and apply the paste on the area where you would like to get rid of hair, leave it on for a few hours and wash it off later. This tip is best done just before you go to bed, where you can remove the pack the next morning.
Remember that this remedy works over time and you must continue to apply the paste everyday for it to completely get rid of all the hair.
Where you can find kuppaimeni leaves:
The plant is easy to buy and maintain. A number of herbal plant sellers are available who can deliver the plant right to your doorstep. If you cannot find the fresh leaves, powdered leaves are also available at natural medicine stores.
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