Body Hair - Hypertrichosis Removal

Peppermint Tea
Posted by Absa (Hawally, Kuwait) on 01/08/2013
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Thank you so much for the remedies. Will try them out. I just hope I get all those things from here. Any idea how much time it will take to get rid of al these excessive hair.. I have heard about alum in rose water, does it help should I try that out too. I tried drinking peppermint tea 2-3 times a days but that did not help.


Peppermint Tea
Posted by Beth (Dublin, Ireland) on 06/03/2011
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Well I've tried everything that was suggested on here and nothing is working for me, in fact I seem to be getting more hairy...


Peppermint Tea
Posted by Maryland (Los Angeles, Ca) on 04/25/2011
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Peppermint tea didn't help me at all. I drank one or two cups a day for a long time and nothing changed. I restarted a few months later and still no result. I quit about 4 years ago.I read that tumeric is good but it can also stain your face, that's why I haven't tried it yet.


Peppermint Tea
Posted by Beth (Dublin, Ireland) on 10/04/2010
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Hi Sara, I have started taking the spearmint tea, (I have had to order it from the USA, as it is not available in Ireland) I've been drinking 2-3 mugs a day now for the last nine days and have not seen any improvement yet! You mentioned alum powder, what is alum powder?( I never heard of it) and rose water, I would like to give that a try, the only problem is I cant get alum powder here. Do you know of any sites where I could order it?....... Many Thanks, Beth.


Peppermint Tea
Posted by Beth (Dublin, Ireland) on 03/28/2010
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Hi Nw ,I also suffer from really coarse hair on my chin, I have been taking peppermint tea now for about 3 weeks (2 cups per day)I have not seen any improvement, as yet!

Could you tell me what blackstrap molassses is? please.
Thanks Beth.

EC: https://www.earthclinic.com/remedies/molasses.html