Tired of Unwanted Facial Hair? Try Facial Hair Removal Using Gelatin

10 Materials
$5
45 Minutes
Easy

Today, I'll be showing you a recipe for facial hair removal using gelatin. With just a few kitchen ingredients, you can remove unwanted facial hair completely and even permanently. Follow this tutorial to learn how and enjoy a smooth, bright, and hairless complexion!

Tools and materials:

  • Unflavored gelatin
  • Raw milk (note that raw milk is not available to buy in some states)
  • Honey
  • Turmeric
  • Bowl
  • Spoon
  • Large makeup brush
  • Cleanser
  • Warm cloth
  • Moisturizer
Mixing the gelatin facial hair removal mask

1. Prepare the gelatin facial hair removal mask

These kitchen ingredients have some surprising properties.

  • Gelatin contains proteins and amino acids that help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and stretch marks, and helps brighten up your skin.
  • Raw milk is unpasteurized milk and acts as a moisturizer for your skin. It also contains nutrients that help keep your skin looking younger.
  • Honey helps to detox your skin and remove impurities.
  • Turmeric is one of the main ingredients to actually remove your unwanted facial hair permanently.


Warm two teaspoons of raw milk, but do not let it boil. You just need it warm enough to dissolve the gelatin. Now, in a small bowl add the two teaspoons of warmed raw milk to one teaspoon of unflavored gelatin powder, then mix until smooth.

Adding honey to the gelatin face mask

Add a quarter teaspoon of honey to the gelatin and raw milk mixture and stir until smooth.

Remove facial hair at home with gelatin

Finally, add a pinch of turmeric to the mixture and stir until you have a paste-like consistency. Note that turmeric will give this mixture a strong smell. If you’re sensitive to the smell, you can add a drop of lemon, tea tree oil, or lavender oil to cover the smell.

Can gelatin remove facial hair?

2. Apply the gelatin facial hair removal mask

Pin your hair out of the way of your face and give your face a thorough cleansing. Press a warm cloth against your face to open your pores and make it easier for the mask to remove your facial hair.

Applying the gelatin facial hair removal mask

Use a makeup brush and do a temperature check of the mask on your wrist to ensure it is not too hot. Then apply the facial hair removal mask, with the brush, to the areas of your face where you want to remove hair. Stay clear of the very sensitive skin close to your eyes.


You will need to work quickly on this step because the mask will begin to harden. If that does happen, just pop it into the microwave for about five seconds to return it to its paste-like consistency.

How to remove facial hair at home

Leave the mask on your face for about 30 minutes, until it is dry.

Facial hair removal using gelatin

3. Peel the gelatin facial hair removal mask

Pull down on the skin below your jawline to tighten the skin and release a corner of the mask. With your fingers, slowly and gently peel the mask off your face, always working upwards from the bottom. 

How to remove facial hair with gelatin

4. Clean off the gelatin facial hair removal mask residue

Once the gelatin facial hair removal mask is completely removed, rinse your face with lukewarm water and then massage your face with some ice cubes to prevent any redness. Finally, apply your favorite moisturizer to your face.

Facial hair removal using gelatin tutorial

Facial hair removal using gelatin tutorial

Depending on how much facial hair you have, you may need to repeat this gelatin facial hair removal mask once or twice a week until your unwanted facial hair is permanently removed.


Let me know what you think of this tutorial in the comments below.

Suggested materials:

  • Unflavored gelatin
  • Raw milk (note that raw milk is not available to buy in some states)
  • Honey
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  • Janet Janet on Sep 16, 2021

    Can I use regular whole milk instead of raw milk. Our state does not sell it. 😰

  • Maria Maria 5 days ago

    I don't have access to raw milk, but will save the video...looks great!

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