Thats gotta hurt: DIY nose wax is the latest eye-watering beauty buy to hit the shelves


That’s gotta hurt: DIY nose wax is the latest eye-watering beauty buy to hit the shelves

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12:10 GMT, 5 September 2012

Stray nose hairs are never a good look, but an Australian beauty brand claims to have the answer.

Nad's nose wax has been developed after hundreds of customer requests for a DIY product

Nad's nose wax has been developed after hundreds of customer requests for a DIY product

NAD's nose wax is the world's first DIY waxing kit designed specifically to get rid of problem nose hair.

The unisex product has been designed following requests from hundreds of customers who find tweezing too painful, and comes with an applicator, hard wax, calming wipes and even a moustache stencil to protect men's facial fuzz.

The disposable applicator has been formulated to target hair around the edge of the nostril, ensuring that only hairs that are sticking out or easily noticed are removed swiftly and without damaging the fine hair-like cilia which line the sensitive membranes of the nose.

To complete the nose job at home customers dip the applicator in to the melted wax then up their nose, leaving it there for approximately 90 seconds before yanking it – and a bundle of problem hair strands – free.

Nad's creator Sue Ismiel says 'Nose hair is such a turn off and I am so excited to have found a simple way to get rid of unsightly nose hair and in the process have rekindled people’s passion for their partners now that their nose hair is gone!'

And if a smooth schnozz isn't enough the product doubles up as a blackhead remover by reversing the applicator for a deep pore 30 second cleanse.

Tweezy does it: The company claim that waxing is easier and less painful than tweezing unruly nose hair

Tweezy does it: The company claim that waxing is easier and less painful than tweezing unruly nose hair

VIDEO: Watch a step-by-step guide to nose waxing at home

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