Nasal hairs help prevent foreign particles from entering the airways. However, if they are too long, they can cause an itchy nose. Even if they are short, some people choose to trim them to make them even shorter.
Step 1. Buy a nose hair clipper
Most clippers can be purchased at drug stores for less than $ 20. They are of two types: with rotating or vibrating blades. Both have their pros and cons, so you might want to try both to determine which one works best for you.
Step 2. Using a mirror, gently point the clipper into one of the nostrils
Gently use the machine in the nose in circular and forward movements in the lower part of the nostril until you achieve the desired result. When finished, move on to the other nostril.
Step 3. Blow your nose lightly into a tissue to catch the remaining hair clippings
- It is good to use a magnifying mirror.
- If your nose hair is causing you a lot of inconvenience, you may want to consider removing it with laser surgery.
- Nose clippers are not designed to cut hairs directly near the skin. This means that there should be no bleeding when using it. If this is not the case, most likely you have pressed hard on the typewriter. In this case, you need to see a doctor to avoid infection.
Don't pull the hairs out of your nose!
This can open up the follicle for infection.
Never use scissors!
It is enough just once to jerk to damage the nostril with the scissors.