The Absolute Best Way To Get Rid Of Errant Chin Hairs

by Rachel Gariepy
Rachel Gariepy is an experienced Editorial Director for a variety of digital publications including LittleThings and Purple Clover. She has written for, edited and managed teams across multiple lifestyle properties, including sites for celebrity clientele including, but not limited to Jenni (JWOWW) Farley, NeNe Leakes, and Vanessa Hudgens. Rachel has experience wearing many fun and fanciful hats including content strategist, creator, editor and project manager. She, like Mitch Hedberg before her, sometimes wrestles with the idea of wearing a beret. She also enjoys hiking, reading and hanging out with dogs.

As you age, you begin to notice significant amounts of errant hairs growing in random places, and if you’re anything like me, those hairs are probably mostly on your chin. If you want to keep the hairs on your chin, that’s cool, do you, but personally I’m looking to eliminate them. I used to go the plucking route, but some of these tiny hairs slip through the grasp of my tweezers, and it’s tough to find and capture them all. That’s where the Schick dermaplaning tool comes in. Not only is this tool perfect for ridding your face of errant hairs, it also smooths and exfoliates the face, sloughing off dead skin gently and easily.

When you first tell people about this dermaplaning tool, they generally have a few questions: Will it work above my upper lip? Will it make my hair more coarse over time? Not only will I tell you that the answers to these questions are “absolutely yes” and “100% no,” but the Amazon reviews back me up on the matter.

The Schick multipurpose exfoliating dermaplaning tool has over 1,300 customer reviews with a mostly positive four-and-a-half-star rating. It’s also on Amazon’s choice list of top-rated products.

So remember ladies, there is no need to walk around all day with unwanted chin hairs. You can rid yourself of them in a few easy, painless swipes that won’t give you razor bumps, won’t cause your hair to grow back thicker, and can be used on multiple places all over your face, including your chin and upper lip and between your eyebrows. If that isn’t a clutch player in any woman’s cosmetic bag, I don’t know what is. Also daughters, tell your moms. It’s not nice to let your mom walk around all day with chin hairs. Trust me, she’ll thank you.

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