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Hair on upperlip, chin. Done nydac laser. No result. Blood test normal. Natural remedy?

Hi, i am 33 years i have a hair growth on my upperlip and some areas of chin.
I had under gone 12sittings of ndyac leaser threatment but result is not positive.
in fact the hair growth has thickend.
I got all the blood test done suggested by the Dr. Every thing is normal.
Suggest me a natural way to reduce the hair growth.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hi.Thanks for your query, You can remove upper lips hair by using hair removal cream. Apply little bit cream on the upper lip area and wipe it away with wet cotton,it prevents burning problem.
Hide the hair problem by applying paste of turmeric.
Applying a paste of honey and turmeric powder at night before sleep , it will stop the hair growth on that area.
Take beetroot/carrot juice with fresh milk cream and massage it on the upper lips area,wash it after sometime. It will keep pink and fresh always.
Regards, Dr.D.P.Bura
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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