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How to Naturally Bleach Your Female Moustache

Mary Smith
By Mary Smith. Updated: August 8, 2017
How to Naturally Bleach Your Female Moustache

With excessive sun exposure or continuous waxing, facial hair on the upper lip can end up developing dark patches. Therefore, besides using a good facial sunscreen, it is very important to take care of your facial skin and moisturize daily. Especially when resorting to waxing! If you're looking for home remedies to help you reduce the darkening in this area and lighten your mustache, keep reading. OneHOWTO will show you how to naturally bleach your female mustache.

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Home remedies for bleaching mustache

Hydrogen peroxide for bleaching mustache

An alternative to commercial bleaching creams is to produce a home remedy that will help you end the darkening of the mustache area. This should contain 2 tablespoons of powdered milk, 15 drops of hydrogen peroxide and 2 drops of liquid glycerine. Mix all the ingredients and when you get a paste, apply it on the back of your hand to verify that it will not cause any allergic reactions. It is best to spread it out over the area which you intend to bleach with the help of a cotton pad.

Hydrogen peroxide will have to be used regularly to keep the mustache hair lightened. But remember that frequent use will not only bleach upper lip hair, it will also thin out your hair. It may eventually fall off. Although this can be an attractive factor, excessive use can lead to very dry skin. Because of this, you should not use it for more than once in a day.

Lemon juice for bleaching mustache

Another good remedy that will serve to bleach your mustache of course is to prepare a cream based on glycerine and lemon. The latter ingredient is known for its bleaching properties, although it is essential not to expose the area to sunlight immediately after treatment. If you do, new dark spots may appear. Simply mix the juice of half a lemon with the same amount of liquid glycerine, apply and leave it on overnight.

If using lemon juice irritates your skin and leaves you feeling itchy, add honey to the mixture. This well help reduce the irritation and redness. The citric acid in the lemon juice will bleach the hairs while honey moisturizes - counteracting the drying effect of lemon on the skin. Mix freshly squeezed lemon with honey to make a paste. Apply it on the moustache area and leave for 20 minutes. Rinse off with warm water.

To remove the shadowy appearance on the lips, mix lemon juice and olive oil and add in some honey. Apply it on the skin and gently massage for 5 minutes. Leave it for 10 minutes then rinse off.

In case you do not own glycerine, you can also make the cream replacing glycerine with plain yogurt as the end result is pretty much the same. Just mix the same amount of yogurt and lemon juice, apply it and leave it on for 30 minutes. After the 30 mins, remove it with lukewarm water.

How to Naturally Bleach Your Female Moustache - Home remedies for bleaching mustache

Bleaching mustache on sensitive skin

If the skin on your face is quite sensitive and delicate, note the following treatment to bleach your moustache. It allows you to bleach the area without damage or irritation. You will need the following ingredients:

First, shred the cucumber slices in a blender into a paste, then add the tablespoon of rose water and apple cider vinegar. Stir all ingredients well and then the cream is ready for use. Spread it just above the upper lip whilst massaging in circular motions and let it soak for 30 minutes. Then remove with warm or cold water.

Another perhaps more unexpected natural treatment is to use the pulp from a papaya fruit to lighten the hair on your face. If you mix the pulp with milk it will form a thick paste, perfect to lather onto the dark hairs of your upper lip for natural bleaching. It is best to massage this mixture into the skin for around 10 minutes, then leave it for a further 5 minutes. After, rinse with water as you do with the rest.

Another natural alternative for bleaching mustache is the wonder ingredient, turmeric. This has been used for facial hair bleaching since ancient times. Regular application is required for the best results.

You will need:

  • 2 tablespoons of wild turmeric
  • 1 tablespoon of milk

You might notice a yellow tint to your skin after using this mixture, since turmeric has powerful staining properties. Therefore, we suggest you apply this mixture when you don't plan on leaving your home for the day.

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Side effects of bleaching and things to remember

Bleaching upper lip hair is the easiest and quickest way to remove hair from sight. Not only is it relatively inexpensive, it is less painful than threading or waxing. However, potential side effects can occur.

Here are some of them:

  • Skin irritation and allergies
  • Watery eyes
  • Discoloration, which is more noticeable in people with tanned or dark skin.
  • Skin lightening

If you have dark skin tone, be warned that your skin may lighten as you try to lighten your hair. It may be best for you to opt for hair removal methods such as threading. Likewise, if you have course or thick moustache hair, bleaching may not be as effective. As always, it is advised you consult a professional on the best methods of hair removal or hair bleaching.

If you have suddenly noticed your upper lip hair develop quickly, this may be an indication of an underlying health issue. Therefore, consult your doctor before embarking on any method of facial hair removal or bleaching.

Always remember to:

  • Wear sunscreen or sunblock to protect your skin from UV rays
  • Generally opt for natural methods of hair bleaching
  • Give your face a rest from constant upper lip hair removal - this can often stimulate dark patches.

Besides these effective treatments to naturally bleach your moustache area and even out skin tone, oneHOWTO have more recipes for homemade masks for lightening unwanted hair. Read the articles and put them to the test.

How to Naturally Bleach Your Female Moustache - Side effects of bleaching and things to remember

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I'm a little confused about the hydrogen peroxide mixture. I tried mixing the hydrogen peroxide with the powdered milk and the liquid glycerine. The article just says to apply the mixture with a cotton pad, but the mixture is very very powdery and not at all wet, so how do you apply it to the skin when it just falls off? Please let me know!
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