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Nose Hair Trimmers – Doing Away With Unwanted Hair

Unwanted hair is well known by women and a good deal of time is spent trying to find ways of getting rid of it. Even so, women are lucky – the amount of products available are almost endless and if one doesn’t work then there are plenty of others that will. Men, on the other hand, do not have the same amount of choice, except of course when it comes to facial hair. But what about unwanted nose and ear hair. As men grow older this problem becomes more apparent. It seems as if the hair on the head has decided to move to other parts of the body.

Nose and ear hair is there for a reason. It basically acts as a barrier to dirt entering the ear and nose. In other words, we need it. But even so, when it starts to look unsightly it’s understandable that most men want it removed. This is often done by plucking the hairs, however it is recommended that the hair be trimmed rather than plucked.

This is often done by using a small pair of scissors although if not careful this can cause a few injuries. The inside of the manual nose hair trimmer is sensitive and one scratch with a pair of scissors can cause a lot of pain. And just think about what could happen if someone knocks you while you have a pair of small sharp scissors near your ears. Piercing an eardrum is not really something you want to have to deal with.

One alternative is to use an electronic nose and ear hair trimmer. These little gadgets are manufactured to specifically get rid of nose and ear hair. There are basically two different types that work in much the same way although there are some who say the rotating blade trimmers are the best:

1. Rotating Blade Trimmers – where the blade rotates.

2. Oscillating Blade Trimmers – where the blade moves from left to right.

When purchasing a trimmer there are a few things to look for:

1. Look for a nose hair trimmer that collects hair as it cuts. If it just scatters the hair around the room you will be left with the mess to clean up.

2. Ensure the trimmer cuts the hair rather than plucks or pulls. The whole point is that you don’t want the hair plucked from your nose.

3. Ensure the blades on the trimmer are hypoallergenic as this can help to reduce any likely allergic reaction.

4. Ensure the trimmer head can be rinsed under water. This will make it a lot easier to clean out your nose hair trimmer after use.

Keeping unwanted hair at bay should not be a chore. Keep it simple and safe and remember to trim, not pluck!