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#121392 - 03/23/16 11:44 AM ancient russia reipe hair removal
echo80 Offline
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Registered: 03/03/16
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Hello,

This is new to me. Not sure it should even be in this section.
A number of websites claim that the following recipe will first thin out hair and then after a few months the hair will completely disappear. A bit similar to turmeric, I imagine. But I was intrigued by the ingredients. According to one comment on another blog this could actually make a weak lye.

Any thoughts?

Ingredients needed:

Several walnut shells (not the green part)

Water

Method of preparation:

Completely dry the walnut shells and burn them. Pour some water over the resulting ashes so that you could get cream/paste-like resulting mixture.

Let it stand still for 12 hours, then soak a cotton wool in it and apply the mixture on the parts of your body you want to remove hair from.

The procedure should be repeated 3 or more times a day, until you notice results. However, this mixture will be the most effective if you let it act for 30 minutes every day in a form of a coating.

Wash it well afterwards.

Hair will grown rarely and fewer.

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#121394 - 03/23/16 11:51 AM Re: ancient russia reipe hair removal [Re: echo80]
Michael Bono Offline

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Only works on ancient Russians! (Mostly the dead ones.)

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