Nose Hair Removal Guide of 2019 (Everything You Need to Know)

Many men face this issue even as early as in their twenties.

Even those who reach age thirty before seeing nose hair eventually realize the truth: every man has to deal with nose hair.

As we get older, our nose hairs only seem to get longer and uglier, too.

The last thing anyone wants is a gnarly black hair crawling out of their nose.

It’s terrible!

Thankfully, men have been figuring out ways around the problem of nose hair for generations.

As technology has marched on, we’ve even gained an extra few methods that can lead to permanent nose hair removal, if you can find the right professional.

So whether you’re an old hat at nose hair removal or a young man staring horrified at his first long hair, don’t worry; this guide has everything you need to know about nose hair removal.

We’ll explain everything you need to find the right way to remove nose hair for your nose and give you some helpful pointers to make the entire process as painless as possible.

It is, in fact, possible to get rid of nose hair without it having to be an uncomfortable ordeal.

Ready to learn more?

Let’s get started.

Nose Hair Removal

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How to Get Rid of Nose Hair Safely and Effectively

How to Get Rid of Nose Hair Safely and Effectively

Now that we’ve explained all the ways not to remove your nose hair, we should get into the ways that you should.

Luckily, there are far more ways to do this well than there are poorly.

The trick is in preparation and using the right care, be it your own hands or those of a professional.

For All Methods: Be Gentle


No matter what method you use, remember that your nose is a reasonably sensitive part of your body.

It can’t handle extreme amounts of pressure or sensation as well as your normal skin can.

If you want your nose hair removal to be at all tolerable, you need to go gently during your process.

Don’t simply bring a tool inside your nose and start scraping it around.

Instead, take your time and listen to your body.

If a particular method is too painful or isn’t working, try a different one.

That’s why there are so many options to choose from!

Blow Mucous Beforehand


No matter which method you use, you should also do a good blowing of your nose before you take any tool to the hair.

This clears out excess mucous and debris and clears the hair out for easy viewing and removing.

This only takes a few seconds but can make your task a lot easier.

Round-Tipped Scissors


Round-Tipped Scissors

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Round-Tipped Scissors, sometimes known as nose hair scissors, are specialized tools that are only used for cutting nose hair.

These are distinguished thanks to their titular tips; they aren’t pointed or sharp, so they can comfortably be wedged into your nostrils to do their work.

The rounded edge won’t cut your nose or mess with your mucous lining, although the cutting edge is still sharp enough to cut hair, of course, so don’t be too cavalier with them.

Nose hair scissors are usually pretty small, so getting used to their configuration and sizing with your fingers can be tricky.

The key is in using the tips of your fingers and in making small cuts, one at a time.

You should start by placing the scissors inside your nose at the tip and work your way around the rim, going slowly and carefully.

Only open the scissors by a small margin for each cut so that you don’t accidentally catch a bit of your inner skin and slice it.

Ouch!

Even with going carefully, trimming all the hair around the inside of your nose shouldn’t take too long.

A plus side to this method is that all the trimmings will simply fall out of your nostril, preventing you from breathing them deeper into your nose.

Most nose hair scissors are made from steel, which is optimal since these are hard enough to last for a long time.

Every time that you use your nose hair scissors, you should wash them thoroughly and dry them well, too.

You wash them to get any bacteria or gunk from the inside of your nose off, then dry them to prevent rusting.

Remember that nose hair scissors are not meant to be jammed deep into your nose; in fact, no nose-hair trimming tool is.

Just take these scissors around the edge of your nose and cut until the visible hairs have been sliced away.

Don’t go any further than this.

Nose hair scissors have an advantage over some other methods in that they’re usually very cheap to purchase and they don’t require any prior experience to be used effectively.

Any man can grab a pair of these and take care of all his nose grooming issues within a few minutes.

The downside is that you can’t go too deep into your nose and cut hair a bit shorter, since you won’t be able to see where you’re going and will end up accidentally cutting yourself.

Because of this, nose hair scissors will likely have to be used frequently, trimming nose hair as often as it pops up.

This pair of scissors is an excellent example of the product you should look for.

Trimming Your Nose Hairs


Trimming Your Nose Hairs (electric nose hair trimmer)

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If you’d rather use another tool that isn’t capable of cutting your skin, you might consider a nose hair trimmer instead.

These come in either powered or manual varieties, but both do the same thing: cut your nose hair as it becomes trapped inside a small space at the tip of the tool.

The blades (or wires) of the tool then cut the trapped hair without leaving this enclosed space.

This prevents them from ever touching the sensitive skin inside your nose.

Nose hair trimmers are extraordinarily easy to use, so let’s go over how to trim your nose hair.

Electric models are more common and rely on either batteries or a charger to get their energy.

When they’re charged, they can be activated, then placed on the inside of your nose.

All you have to do is move the tip of the tool around the edge of your nostril.

You should be able to hear the tool catching and cutting nose hair as it moves.

You’ll want to periodically clean the tip of the tool to rid it of any hairs that have become trapped in the enclosed space.

Some models are waterproof; these can be rinsed in your sink faucet as you go, but all of them need to be carefully cleaned as you go no matter what.

For models that aren’t waterproof, just shake the tool out over your sink to get most of the debris out.

Other models have handy electric lights mounted beneath the blades or wires.

These can help you see where you’re going.

Nose hair trimmers have an advantage over scissors since they can cut your nose hair shorter more easily.

This extends the length of time you have before those pesky nose hairs start to poke through again.

Despite this, you should not stick these tools too far back into your nose.

Again, you only want to attack nose hairs that are poking out or will be soon.

This ensures that your nose’s internal environment is secure and still functioning properly for your respiratory system.

After removing your nose hair, be sure to thoroughly clean the trimmer to keep it in working condition.

Charge it if it runs on a battery and don’t let dirt or debris rest on its blades or wires.

Nose hair trimmers are excellent choices due to their overall safety.

It’s virtually impossible to hurt yourself with these tools, and even your mucous lining is unlikely to be disturbed by their application.

They can be the best options if you’re not very pain tolerant or if you have some higher sensitivity inside your nose, possibly due to an ingrown hair or a pimple (yes, those do happen inside your nose occasionally).

Nose hair trimmers are usually fairly affordable, but they are definitely more expensive than a simple pair of nose hair scissors.

Obviously, more advanced models with more bells and whistles, such as an attached light, will be pricier.

The more expensive models are often higher in quality and can very well be worth their asking price.

It just depends on whether or not higher quality matters to you personally.

If you’re more of a budget guy, there are affordable choices that can still do a fine job of clearing away your nose hair on the market.

Overall, trimming nose hair is arguably the best method for removing nose hair.

We go into it more with our guide to the best nose hair trimmers.

Waxing Your Nose Hairs


Waxing Your Nose Hairs

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Some men aren’t interested in only temporarily relieving themselves of annoying nose hairs.

So is there a solution that lasts for longer?

Absolutely, although it’s not as safe as the previous two methods.

We’re talking about waxing.

Waxing nose hair differs from just trimming your nose hair.

You see, where cutting your nose hair results in making the hair strand shorter, waxing actually pulls the entire hair out from the root, removing it wholesale from your nose’s inner skin layer.

This prevents the hair from growing back since, of course, it’s no longer present at all.

However, this isn’t to say that waxing makes it so that your hair never comes back at all.

Instead, your nose will regrow hair to fill its inside.

It’s just that it takes longer to make an entire hair come back than it does to make a hair grow taller when it’s been shortened.

So how long does waxing leave your nose without hair?

About four weeks, although this time length can vary depending on your individual genetics and the type of waxing you have done.

Speaking of which, there are two ways to wax your nose hairs: at home or at a professional service provider.

Either way can be effective, although both have upsides and downsides.

Doing your own waxing at home is cheaper and uses a product you can buy online or in a store.

This is also often faster than a professional service.

However, it’s much easier to hurt yourself or mess up or pull hairs too deep inside your nose.

This can lead to sharp pain and issues further down the road.

Professional waxing still hurts – after all, you’re removing entire hairs from the sensitive skin inside your nose – bit the professionals who perform the service know exactly what they’re doing and have plenty of practice.

They can expertly remove the right hairs from your nose without going overboard and reaching too far back.

However, professional nose hair waxing also costs more than simply buying the stuff and doing it yourself.

When consider waxing your nose hairs, you need to be sure that you’re up for the pain management aspect of the entire process.

That isn’t to say that the pain you feel will be unbearable since plenty of guys do this all throughout the year.

But it’s definitely worse than the minor, focused pain you might feel from plucking nose hairs, which we’ll explain below.

You also need to be careful not to accidentally tear your mucous lining if you wax at home, as well.

It’s easy to apply the wax product too far into your nose and damage this.

Take your time and follow the instructions on the back of your product exactly.

Waxing can be incredibly effective and is long-lasting compared to trimming, but it isn’t without its tradeoffs.

Both home and professional waxing usually use a stick applicator that applies the wax to the edge of your nostrils.

If you do wax at home, there are ways to minimize the pain.

For one, you can dampen a washcloth with warm water and press it onto the affected skin.

You can also take a light painkiller beforehand to dull the sensation and allow you to proceed with the waxing.

Men who wax should also be very vigilant when it comes to possible infections.

You see, waxing can lead to minor wounds on the inside of your nose as a result of the hairs being pulled up from the root.

These small wounds can then become infected by bacteria.

After all, much of your nose is covered in bacteria absorbed from the air all the time.

To this end, wash out your nose after waxing to rinse the affected area.

Even with this precaution, you might end up seeing the signs of infection as a result of waxing.

If this happens, see a doctor immediately.

It may not be a serious problem, but it’s always better to get a professional’s opinion as soon as possible just to be safe.

Even with these risks, waxing can be a great pick for men who are sick of continually trimming their nose hair.

Just be sure to perform the procedures carefully or rely on a professional to do it for you.

Plucking Your Nose Hairs


Plucking Your Nose Hairs

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Plucking or pulling nose hairs is similar to waxing, although it’s more precise and slower than waxing.

It’s also something that has professional services available, although most men opt to do it themselves with tweezers since it’s so simple and easy.

It follows the same principle as waxing.

It plucks out entire hairs from your nose’s interior to prevent them from growing back as quickly as they do when you trim the hairs instead.

However, instead of a wax product being applied and yanking out hairs in a wide swath of interior skin at once, plucking relies on your catching individual hairs with a pair of tweezers.

You then pull these hairs out in swift yanking options. The end result should be entire hairs plucked out like feathers.

Many men already pluck hair when it comes to their eyebrows or outer nose hairs, so this concept is probably not alien to most of you.

However, if you don’t know, plucking does usually produce a sharp sting of pain in the area of skin attached to the hair, although it’s typically mild and quite tolerable if you’re prepared for it.

Plucking lasts for the same amount of time as waxing, although it affects fewer hairs at once, so it’s technically not as fast.

It’s also easier to miss errant hair with plucking since you have to locate and target each hair individually.

However, damage to your nose’s mucous lining is much less likely using tweezer and plucking, as nothing should touch the surface of your interior skin at all if you’re using this technique properly.

Plucking your nose hair is also incredibly affordable.

You only need to purchase a pair of tweezers, but most men will have a suitable pair already.

You don’t need any special version of the basic kind to tackle your nose hair, either.

When it comes to pain management, you can always follow the same advice we gave for waxing pain management if you pull too many hairs at once or you just have really sensitive skin inside your nose.

Men who pluck their nose hairs should be cautious about infection, just like men who wax.

You’re technically causing a minor wound on the inside of your nose, and this is a breeding ground for all sorts of bacteria.

It’s critical to wash out your nose after plucking to clean the area out effectively.

If you start to see symptoms of an infection, see a doctor.

We’ll explain more about this in the FAQs section.

Ultimately, plucking is a great option for men who don’t mind spending a little extra time on their nose hair or who don’t want to spend too much money to take care of the problem.

It’s also ideal if you only ever have a few hairs that poke out from your nose.

In this case, using a more intense and wide-spread method would be a waste of time and money, so it makes sense just to take care of the trouble hairs specifically.

Removing Nose Hairs with Lasers


Removing Nose Hairs with Lasers

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Finally, one option for even more permanent nose hair removal involves the use of lasers.

While it might sound too high-tech for something as mundane as removing nose hairs, the truth is that laser hair removal is already used for other areas of the human body, such as the head, the face, the back, and even pubic regions.

Both men and women use laser hair removal to great effect when they’re certain that they don’t want hair to grow back in a particular area.

However, while this is widespread for other parts of the body, laser hair removal for the inside of your nose carries some risks.

The biggest of these is that it might hurt your mucal membranes, leading to long-term or permanent damage to your respiratory health.

Without a functioning mucous membrane, your nose won’t be able to filter out debris and gunk as effectively.

However, for some men, this might still be a viable option if their doctor examines their mucous lining and recommends a practice.

Of course, you can only get this service at a professional’s office, since most men don’t have hair removal lasers just lying around at home!

The treatment works by targeting visible hair on the inside of your nostril.

The laser then burns into the skin there, damaging the hair producing cells in that specific location such that they won’t regenerate.

This effectively stops hair from growing out of that particular pore ever again.

It should be noted, however, that this doesn’t preclude the possibility that hair will simply grow right next to the affected spot, causing the same problem again.

However, most people who use laser hair removal treatment find that it works well for permanently reducing or removing hair growth in the targeted area.

This can be particularly useful if you’ve been born with unlucky genetics and have a forest of nose hair that’s affecting your health.

A doctor will be even more likely to recommend this treatment if you have an overabundance of nose hair from your genetics.

You should note that laser hair removal treatments do cost a lot of money, even with insurance.

Because of this investment, you need to be sure that you want to go through with the procedure before finalizing.

Remember that this is not undoable; once the hair follicles have been burned away, that’s it. No more hair from that localized clump of skin cells.

Laser hair removal treatment is usually painless, although it can be uncomfortable when you actually go in for the procedure.

The nose is one of the smallest areas of the body to target with a laser, so it will also take a little time to get everything right.

You’ll likely feel some heat and discomfort when the laser shines, but most professionals should be skilled enough to prevent any real pain from being felt.


Why You Should Remove Nose Hairs

Why You Should Remove Nose Hairs

If nose hair is so great, why do we care so much about getting rid of it?

Essentially, it’s about aesthetics.

No one thinks that hair poking through your nostrils is attractive.

This is true for both men and women, but men have far more nose hair than women, and the hair that we do have tends to be longer and thicker than feminine nose hair.

We primarily get rid of nose hair to make our noses, and by extension, the rest of our faces, more attractive to ourselves and others.

It helps present the appearance of a clean, organized face, even if you have facial hair.

However, facial hair should almost always be trimmed anyway, contributing to this overall aesthetic.

However, nose hair that extends far beyond the rim of your nostril is not only unsightly.

It’s also annoying since it can become caught in your mustache or collect food when eating.

This is even grosser than simply appearing outside your nose.

Therefore, it’s in your best interest to tackle any nose hairs that try to escape from your nostrils as soon as you see them.


Wrong Methods for Removing Nose Hair

Bad Methods for Removing Nose Hair

But you can’t just go about yanking your nose hair out with any method you think of.

Turns out, there are good and bad ways to remove your nose hair, and they vary significantly in their cost, effectiveness, and pain level.

While we can teach you the best ways to trim nose hair, we should also caution you against the methods to avoid for one reason or another.

Let’s look over these wrong ways to remove nose hair before we explain the prime methods.

Depilatory Creams


You may have heard about depilatory creams for getting rid of facial hair, back hair, or other body hair.

We’ve even done a great guide on the best depilatory creams for men, and a guide on how to remove back hair.

While these creams might indeed be effective for those areas, we can’t recommend that you use some kind of depilatory cream on the inside of your nose.

Depilatory creams work by dismantling and dissolving hair as the cream is rubbed into your skin.

This is mostly painless and is easy to clean up since you can rinse off in the shower.

Sounds easy, right?

Unfortunately, depilatory creams rely on synthetic chemicals and compounds to dissolve body hair.

While this is fine for tougher skin, the inner lining of your nose is actually quite sensitive and can be permanently harmed by applying chemicals to its surface.

In addition to physical discomfort, these creams can disturb the mucous lining we talked about earlier, hampering your nose’s ability to guard your respiratory system adequately.

It’s not even easy to rinse out the inside of your nose and get all the dissolved hair pieces out in the right direction.

For all these reasons, you should avoid using depilatory creams to get rid of nose hair.

Deep Tweezing


Plenty of men, in an effort to really get rid of nose hair, are too zealous in their efforts and drive their tweezers or another tool too far back into their nose.

Regardless of the implement used, removing nose hair too far deep into your nasal canal can cause damage and discomfort.

Specifically, removing nose hairs too far back can easily let you scratch your inner lining or cause minor bleeding, which may clot and drop down your throat.

Besides, disturbing the mucous lining far in the back of your nose is worse for your respiration than messing with it near the entrance to your nostrils, which tends to be slightly disturbed from daily breathing anyway.

There’s really no reason to target hairs far back inside your nose, anyway.

The entire point of this exercise is to get rid of hair that pokes out of your nose and looks terrible, not to remove all nose hair possible, right?

Avoid doing this at all costs, even if you get a sudden urge to clean everything out thoroughly.


Nose Hair Removal Risks

Nose Hair Removal Risks

Removing your nose hairs does come with a few risks, which we’ll explain below.

However, with the right method or prep, these risks can be minimized or ignored entirely.

Ingrown Nose Hairs


In the process of removing your hairs, you may accidentally cause one to regrow improperly, bending back down before it exits the skin and growing into your nose.

This is called an ingrown hair.

Most people have experienced them on their face or somewhere else on their body, and know that they can cause some wicked soreness, redness, or itching.

However, ingrown nose hairs are just as minor as ones elsewhere on your body.

They don’t usually cause significant damage and are more of an inconvenience than anything else.

If you do get an ingrown nose hair, all you need to do is stop messing with your nose until the hair breaks free or is dissolved by the body.

You can apply a warm washcloth to the affected area for soothing purposes if you like, but in most cases, the issue will take care of itself.

Rare cases might arise where the ingrown hair causes an infection.

In this case, you’ll be alerted by a much sharper pain and potential pus or swelling of the affected area.

In this instance, you should go to the doctor as soon as possible so that they can treat the infection properly.

Pain


Nose hair removal often comes with a small amount of pain at a minimum.

There are a couple of ways to remove nose hair that cause no pain at all, but you shouldn’t be surprised at just a hint of discomfort no matter what.

Other methods, such as waxing, might cause a lot of pain and should only be undertaken by men who have a high level of pain tolerance.

Overall, the pain you’ll experience when removing nose hair is likely to be minimal.

If doing any of the below methods is too painful to bear, contact a doctor, and have them look at your nose.

It may be that something more serious is going on that’s causing undue amounts of stress on your nose.

Mucous Lining Disturbance


Men can easily mess with their noses’ mucous linings as they attempt to remove hair.

This is most often sensed when your nose gets really sensitive, or a lot of gunk comes out all at once.

If this happens, we recommend ceasing any hair removal efforts and giving your mucous lining a chance to repair itself.

Remember, this lining is important for respiratory health and should be maintained at all costs.

Disturbing the mucous lining probably won’t cause much pain, but it can lead to filtering issues later down the road.

Try to avoid doing this severely as much as possible, preferably by following our recommended methods for how to remove nose hair.

Let’s get into those below.


What is Nose Hair Used For, Anyway?

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While we all want to limit the hair that pokes out from our nostrils, the truth is that nose hair does play a vital role in your body’s health and respiratory efficiency.

Let’s go over the main ways that nose hair benefits you before we talk about getting rid of it!

Retain Moisture and Warmth


Whenever we breathe, we expel a little bit of moisture and heat from our bodies as a natural part of the process.

This isn’t a bad thing since we never lose too much of either from our bodies quickly.

Nose hair helps keep these quantities down, trapping warmth and moisture inside our bodies for longer.

This can be hugely important if we’re ever in a cold climate or environment and need to stay as warm as possible.

Even in hot climates, nose hair makes it so that we stay hydrated for longer.

This benefit extends beyond those basics, however.

Our respiratory system has to maintain a certain level of warmth and moisture to operate effectively.

If your lungs and throat become too dry or cold, breathing then becomes difficult and can lead to further problems.

Because of this, getting rid of all your nose hair is never recommended.

It merely leads to too many issues for your body as a whole.

Therefore, our goal is always to trim or minimize our nose hairs so that they don’t ruin the aesthetic we’re going for regarding our face.

Filtering


Nose hair also helps filter the air that we breathe in.

Regular air isn’t some pure elixir that we breathe and nourish our lungs and bodies with.

In fact, it’s filled with all kinds of small particles and bacteria, some of which we can’t even see with our naked eyes.

The presence of all this gunk isn’t necessarily harmful, but too much of it can enter our lungs and cause issues with respiration.

Therefore, the presence of nose hair helps to minimize the amount of airborne dust and contaminating particle we inhale.

Most of them are trapped by our nose hairs as we breathe in and out.

This is especially important in the springtime months when pollination is a frequent cause of allergies for people all across the country.

Once again, removing all of your nose hair might let too many airborne contaminants enter your lungs.

This is inadvisable for all kinds of reasons.

Protection


Nose hair also protects the rest of your nose!

You see, in addition to the hair itself shielding your respiratory system from collecting too much airborne debris, there’s a light layer of mucous inside your nose that performs a similar job, doubling your overall defense against contaminants.

However, this layer of mucous is vulnerable to damage or being removed, so your nose hair helps to keep the mucous layer intact.

Removing all your nose hair can leave the layer vulnerable and lead to further respiratory issues.

All of these are reasons to keep some nose hairs working inside your nostrils, only removing ones that poke through and become unsightly.


What it’s Not Used For

Plenty of men think that their nose hairs are helpful for smelling, and they’re reluctant to pull hairs to avoid losing their scenting ability. However, this myth is false.

Your nose actually smells through the help of small sensory receptors located high inside your nose.

Air travels through your nostrils and onto these receptors, which send pointed signals to the brain for analysis.

Your brain then interprets these signals as smells.

In this way, your nose hair isn’t used whatsoever when it comes to your sense of smell, so you could theoretically pull all of it out and still smell perfectly fine, although we don’t recommend this.

Nose hair does assist smell slightly, however, since it changes the temperature of air coming in to hit the receptors.

Our noses smell more strongly when the air is warm instead of cold, so the more nose hair you have, the warmer the air is when it finally reaches your receptors.

Without nose hair, the air will always be much colder, and our senses of smell wouldn’t be as developed or accurate as they currently are.

So while nose hair doesn’t directly help you smell, it still plays a crucial role in the whole process.

Don’t discount how it helps you!


Frequently Asked Questions about Nose Hair Removal

Frequently Asked Questions

As you can see, there are plenty of effective ways to tackle your nose hair without messing things up inside.

Even after these explanations, there are probably still a bunch of questions you have about the entire subject.

Let’s clear these up before you make a final decision about the method that’s best for your needs.

1. Do Nose Hairs Grow Back?

Of course, they do.

Even ones that you wax or pluck will grow back eventually, although it may take several weeks for them to emerge from your nose once again.

Hair growth is affected by all sorts of things, ranging from your diet to your genetics to your climate.

But you can rest assured that nose hair will eventually return.

If you opt for laser hair removal, however, your hairs will not grow back in the affected areas.

You may still have inner nose hair, however.

This is because your body may adapt and cause hair to grow further inside your nose or in spots slightly next to the first laser-treated areas.

This may actually be a good thing since nose hair alone isn’t a bad thing.

Having a little more hair deeper in your nose can help your respiratory system remain healthy and clean.

2. How can I Know if I Have a Nose Infection from Removal or Plucking?

The symptoms will be hard to miss.

Basically, your nose will start to hurt or become inflamed, which will be your first signs that something is wrong.

Also, your nostril will probably start to turn red or swell.

You may also get bumps or pimples on your nose.

These might look kind of like light acne. Finally, you might see some boils or crustiness inside your nose.

All of these are signs that you should see a doctor as soon as you can.

It may be a staph infection, which can be a big problem if it’s not treated.

Although the doctor might just prescribe you an antibiotic cream, it’s best to check anyway so that any possible big problems can be caught before they develop.

3. If I Remove Too Much Nose Hair, What Happens?

Not much, at least if it’s a one-time thing.

Your hair will likely grow back, and your respiratory system won’t have suffered too much.

The big issue comes with consistently removing tons of nose hair and preventing your nose from doing its filtering job properly.

You might even damage your sense of smell, to a degree, if you remove too much nose hair.

Err on the safe side and try to remove as little hair as possible each time to prevent these issues.

4. How Often Should I Remove my Nose Hair?

This question has as many answers as there are men in the world.

This is because everyone’s nasal hair grows back at different rates.

There’s no accurate way to calculate how fast your own hair will grow back without measuring it directly.

However, the basic answer is obvious: remove your nose hair as often as you like.

Depending on your method, this could require a trim every week or a waxing every few weeks.

Still, more men will use laser removal treatment and not have to worry about their nose hair ever again.

Regardless of your method, if your hair isn’t permanently gone, we’d recommend getting rid of your nose hair before it has a chance to poke out and embarrass you.

That means spending some time in front of the mirror and tackling hairs that look like they’re about to start getting too long for their own good.

You can easily incorporate some nose hair time into your existing grooming routine.

Simply take a few minutes each week and check your nostrils for long hairs.

You can get rid of them then if you see some starting to get too long or put it off until the next week if it doesn’t seem to be an immediate issue.

The point is to prevent the hairs from poking out one day and being told by your girlfriend or coworker that you have a hair nose.

Not ideal!

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