No, God didn’t make a mistake in putting hairs in your nose and ears. The ear hairs are there for a very good reason. They filter air and keep unnecessary dirt out plus they help us with our hearing.
So why are we discussing men’s ear hair removal?
Well there is a downside to ear hair, especially as we start getting older.
Although nobody knows why, hairs growing out of your ears and nose is an unavoidable result of aging. Let face it. It often looks gross and awful.
Fortunately there are lots of ways you can have ear and nose hair removed and you’ll be surprised that the solutions available are easy and affordable.
Let’s start off with the Non-drastic Way and keep the laser on the desk.
You could use a personal shaver and creams for your ear hair removal but just remember that you need not put in the cream inside the opening of your ears.
Razors can also be used to shave the outer part of the ears to temporarily remove the unwanted hairs.
A bit more expensive but still reasonably priced, are personal grooming shavers that are designed to take care of the unwanted nose and ear hairs. Products such as Con-Air, Panasonic, and Remington, to name a few are the famous ear and nose hair trimmers.
Make sure that you look for an ear and nose hair trimmer that has shielded cutting edges to make sure the blades will not touch or cut your skin.
If you want to use chemically formulated products for your ear hair removal, brands such as Veet or Nair can also be purchased in any groceries or drugstores.
Just be careful to limit your application to the outer part of your ear like your lobes and rim. Keep away from applying the product at the ear canals and make sure that you follow the instructions to avoid irritation and other skin problems these products could do if not used properly.