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Nose Hair Clippers For A Hairy Problem

Updated on December 29, 2009

As you age, you may find that you get hairier in areas you never knew could sprout hair. The ears and nose are places that do have hair small hair that is not very noticeable when you're young, but it can suddenly get much bushier as you age. The reason for that is a change in hormones that affect hair growth. Using nose hair trimmers to remove the excess hair, not only takes care of this hairy problem, but can also make you look years younger.

Nose Hair Trimmers Are A Great Tool

Nose hair clippers make a great addition to any grooming tool kit. Just like you want to pick a shaver that doesn't cause too much discomfort while shaving, you are also going to want to pick your nose hair groomer very carefully to suit you. Some people want them waterproof to work in the shower. Some people prefer them with handles, even if they cost more. In point of fact, you don't have to worry because there are a variety of nose hair clippers out there, that finding one is only a matter of a little time researching them online.

They Make Great Presents

They fit really well in a stocking and can be put in with a shaver too, for a complete grooming kit. As long as you know the person really well, they won't mind the personal gift. It may not be the best gift for a co-worker, no matter how much their straggly ear hair offends you. Besides, next time they pick someone to lay off, it may be your careless co-worker who doesn't have a clue how to dress for success. At any rate, at other times, you can put them into Santa gift bags as a gag gift, as many people find it humorous when you discuss nose and ear hair.

Get A Professional Look

If you're in the job market or just trying to make a good impression on the job, nose hair trimmers allow you to maintain a professional look in a competitive world. Just paying attention to personal grooming shows the interviewer or boss that you care about how you present yourself in the world, and how you represent the company. If you have a hairy problem, get some nose hair clippers and make short work of it. It will give you a younger, more professional, look.

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    • Dao Hoa profile image

      Dao Hoa 

      8 years ago

      It is a great grooming tool for men. Thanks for the information.

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      lyricsingray 

      8 years ago

      They really are useful as specially as we get a bit older! hmm.... I love mine, thanks for the Hub, kimberly

    • eonsaway profile image

      eonsaway 

      8 years ago from New Mexico, USA

      Definitely got to get those for the nose of my hubby.

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      HubCrafter 

      8 years ago from Arizona

      Dear Julie-Ann:

      Thank you for writing this wonderfully revealing and very informative Hub.

      For years now (sob) I thought I was the only one with this problem. (With the DEFINITE exception of Robin Williams...have you seen how HAIRY his BACK is?)

      (sniff) anyway. Just KNOWING that you could have the COURAGE to come out in public...before an audience of BILLIONS of people...and admit to having rampant nasal hair...(sniff)makes me.. sort of willing to admit..I know someone..a cousin or an older Aunt maybe...who has this SAME genetic mutation.

      Thank you SO much. (sniff)

      I'll be reading ALL your Hubs from now on. Promise.

      HubCrafter

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      Eileen Kersey 

      8 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      It makes my eyes water just thinking about it :)

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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Great informative hub. Thank you.

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      50 Caliber 

      8 years ago from Arizona

      I see grumpy old men like my self that need to mow their nose and ear lawns as they appear to be an inch long! I've been taking care of that issue for 15 years. I don't understand why anyone would care to walk about with a half inch of dried snot hanging out of their noses glued in hair? It's just plain gross and I find it hard to look at a person like this during a conversation with out suggesting "in case you don't know you need to clean your nose, I'm telling you because I'd like someone to tell me if I was unaware of boogers on my face". I'm surprised at those who take offense.

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      dusanotes 

      8 years ago from Windermere, FL

      Very nice blog, Julie-Ann. I also went onto your page called Exquisite Writing which was well done. Good luck to you in all your endeavors. Say, have you ever noticed that women have less hair in their ears and noses than men? It's a hormone thing. Also, some nationalities have more than others - for example the Italians, perhaps, or Russians seem to have more while the Scandinavians have less. Or, perhaps, its a function of skin and hair color and we don't notice it as much in lighter people. Good job on this Hub. Don White

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