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The hair in the nose is beneficial in order stop any foreign body or unwanted particles like dust to enter into the nose as it can reach to the lungs and brain via nose and damage both, if it remains there for a long time. Nasal hair is different from the cilia of the nasal cavity, which can only be viewed with the help of a microscope.

Some people want to trim their nose hair, and they try to do so with the help of miniature rotary clippers and with electric shavers. The trimmer reduces the length of the hair so that they are not visible from the outside of the nose passage.

Nose hair removal with tweezers can be very painful and it can cause side effects like sneezing, tearing eyes, and sometimes bleeding too. One can avoid these symptoms when the tweezing is being done in a situation where nasal passage has more moisture. Hence, it is best to do this process immediately after steam facial or bath. After eliminating the nasal hair, it is recommended to apply an antiseptic ointment with a cotton bud to minimize the risk of soreness and infection.

Some scientific evidence suggests that nose hair removal process can be very dangerous as it can cause nose infection that could be harmful to the brain.

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There is a serious threat of small particles and dirt to enter into our body through nose as nose serves as the main passage to breathe. The nasal hair serves a very important and special purpose as it filters the air that we are breathing.

Although, nose hair removal has not been recommended by medical science, still it is a good thing to trim them instead of removing them or minimize the length of nose hair or reduce the amount of hair in your nose through regular haircut.

By doing so, your nose will be able to filter the small particles and dirt while breathing. The best way for the purpose of nose hair removal is to do it with the help of specially designed trimming tools for nose. These tools are easily available in the form of rotary clippers or electric shavers. These tools can be easily put into the nose in order to minimize the hair from inside. However, utmost care is recommended before accomplishing this task to avoid any unwanted accidents.

Sometimes because of the length of the hair, it becomes necessary to remove the nasal hair, but the task of nose hair removal cannot be accomplished with any ordinary method like waxing, or shaving due to the sensitive location of the hair. Moreover, it is difficult to use these methods because of the narrow passage of the nose.

Removing nasal hair with hand can also be of minimal pain, but it may be difficult to have a handgrip on a single hair.

Plucking is another method of removing the nasal hair, which can be accomplished by using the tweezers. However, this method can be quite painful and hence it is not usually recommended even though it is very effective technique. There are other alternatives available for nasal hair removal and it is up to each individual to decide the effective method for him or her.

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