Frequently Asked Questions

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A: Showering or washing your face prior to plucking opens up follicles, allowing hairs to be more effortlessly extracted. Also, soak a cotton ball in witch hazel and gently press over your eyebrow immediately after plucking to reduce redness and irritation. Applying a mild moisturizing lotion can calm skin, too.

A: Thankfully, your brows will grow back in about two weeks. In the meantime, even them out using a brow pencil to fill in the thinner one while leaving the thicker one alone.

A: According to Shape Magazine, avoid using a magnifying mirror – which calls attention to hairs that are best left alone. Only pluck what the naked eye can see and pause after every few plucks, step back and assess your progress.

A: One of the most effective acne-fighting ingredients is salicylic acid. This powerful ingredient works by exfoliating inside the hair follicle, which unclogs pores and prevents future breakouts. Salicylic acid is also related to aspirin, so it has effective anti-inflammatory properties without the harshness of other acne ingredients. An effective and easy-to-use product like Ole Henriksen Roll On Acne Clearing Solution is perfect for preventing and treating breakouts on a regular basis. This gentle acne fighter contains 1% salicylic acid as well as the natural ingredients like zinc to reduce redness, tea tree oil to prevent bacterial growth and thermal clay to absorb excess oil.

A: If you’re concerned about adding extra oils to your hair, avoid an oil-based serum and try a finishing spray like Alterna BAMBOO Shine Luminous Shine Mist. This finishing spray uses natural antioxidants like organic bamboo extract and Indian gooseberry to add a non-greasy, weightless finish to your hair, eliminating frizz and adding a natural shine.

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