How to Get Rid of a Mustache on Kids
Puberty, which can start for young men as early as age 9, comes a host of bodily changes. One of the most noticeable physical changes is the development of facial hair. Mustaches can cause embarrassment for young children, especially when puberty comes early. It is important to consider whether or not the facial hair needs to be removed, as removal can be painful. If the mustache must be removed, sugar wax offers a chemical and razor-free way to remove unwanted facial hair.
Bring water, sugar and lemon juice to a boil and stir constantly for 5 to 8 minutes. The final mixture should be frothy, with no individual sugar granules in it.
Let the mixture sit in the pot for a few minutes until it becomes gooey.
Place the mixture in the fridge for 15 minutes.
Test the temperature of the mixture. The mixture should be warm, but not too hot for your child's face. Test the temperature on the palm of your hand.
Apply a thin layer to the mustache area with a popsicle stick.
Cover the area with the cloth, rub to absorb the wax, and remove quickly.
Wax that is too hot can burn your child. Also consider whether the procedure is necessary, given that it can cause pain for your child. Even though the wax is chemical-free, the removal can be painful.
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- Wax that is too hot can burn your child. Also consider whether the procedure is necessary, given that it can cause pain for your child. Even though the wax is chemical-free, the removal can be painful.
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