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Beauty Advice Anke Engelke: Well Hair Waxing – That's What Doctors Say



Anke Engelke was on February 9 in Barbara Schöneberger's "Women's Wave" program. Among other topics: beauty advice that you should not imitate.

Remove nose hair with tweezers – for headwoman and actress Anke Engelke it's not a question: "This should not be done," she warns, "hurts!" If you do it individually, it's a big pain once – and then it's fine.

We are talking about Nasenhaar-Waxing: Why is Engelke a fan of it, she said on Saturday, February 9 at 11 am on radio show "Women's waves" at barbaradio.de. But her beauty advice is controversial.

In an interview with Barbara Schöneberger, Engelke reveals that, according to the Press Release, from the Public Relations Company GmbH, she preferred to remove her hair with her nose with a hot wax: "It looks like a small caterpillar because they are so tiny Blackheads hair and I just do not I want, that's boring to me. If there's a camera somewhere, I want to be able to be in a relaxed way".

Barbara Schöneberger wants to try nasal wax after her peer, which doctors see as a good idea. Our hairs have an important filtering function: They and the nasal mucosa filter out pollutants, viruses and bacteria from the air and thus protect against disease.

Also interesting: The woman uses nose wash every day – for that unimaginable reason, it has been fatal.

Infection by removing the hair of a rabbit

Not just thicker hair at the ends of the nostrils, even the smallest so called. carry nose objects in the nose with wavy movements from the outsideHowever, anyone who removes the nose hair hampers this cleaning function. Result: Germs and viruses have easier body play.

Dr. Erich Voigt of New York University Medical Officer warns in an article on the Business Insider portal that hair removal from the nose may be fatal. Bacteria that are attached to the root of the hair can penetrate the body by removing hair and causing infections – which in the worst case can be dangerous.

Doctors advise cuts of hair just visible from the nostrils of the nail clippers. Sensitive roots of hair from which hair grows, you should leave them as peaceful as possible.

That might interest you: It has your nose mucus in this color, and then quickly to the doctor.

JG

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