Nose Hair Makes You Look Old & Sloppy
Citizens, theres a serious villain lurking in our towns, creeping around corners and waiting to sneak up on you. Im talking about nose hair. As we grow older, hair starts sprouting up in unexpected locations, but nose hair must be stopped, and heres how.
|How To Trim Your Nose Hair|
First, put down the scissors and tweezers. You will need to buy a professional nose hair trimmer. I have two favorites: The Remington Wet/Dry Rotary Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer. The Remington clipper is quiet and easy-to-use. It can be easily cleaned after use.
You will need to trim your nose hairs in a well-lit area while looking into a mirror. Remember to clean your nose with warm water before you begin. Put the nose hair trimmer into your nostril and start by clip the lower hairs. Follow the specific instructions in the package, but dont go overboard! Some nose hair is necessary because it prevents dirt from entering your sinuses. If you trim too many, you'll get some seriously crusty boogers or a headache as a result.
|Our Favorite Nose Hair Trimmer |
- A nose and ear hair trimmer
- Easy and comfortable to use
- Our best nose hair trimmer
|Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer|
The Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer is a cheap, easy-to-use trimmer for all your random, "I'm getting old" hair needs. This small trimmer has a stainless steel blade that won't touch your skin, an easy-to-hold-grip and an ergonomically shaped sliding on and off switch. The powerful motor gets your ears and nose looking youthful and hair-free in no time.
Takes 1 AA battery, not included.