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    Is there any easy way bar pulling them out as I have quite a few and a very low tolerance for pain.

    I do a bit risky things at the moment like getting a razor and rubbing a bit of shaving gel inside the nose and trimming, gets rid of a lot of hairs but is difficult to to and takes hours as you are always finding bits you missed, and doesnt get very deep in so not perfect.

    Also it misses the nose hairs tucked in near the gap.

    I did try mens nose hair trimmers but these seem to be almost utterly useless(then again only cost about £4) and got 2 in a row that didnt even turn on and 1 that didnt cut, and 1 that did but ended up cutting my nose inside too and not being very good(hence me using a dab of shaving gel and a bit of water in my nose first making razor less sharp)
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    http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html/185-4557284-0496624?ASIN=B000WIF2ZS&AFID=Fro ogle&LNM=B000WIF2ZS|Panasonic_No se_and_Ear_Hair_Trimmer_Silver_G ray&ci_src=14110944&ci_sku=B000W IF2ZS&ref=tgt_adv_XSG10001
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    You could just use a small pair of nail scissors :curious:
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    Use hair removal cream. Or do what women with beards do and bleach it (or not).
 
 
 
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