Facial hair is common in both men and women. If you have a lot of hair on your upper lip, you might want to get rid of it. Hair removal treatments for the upper lip are available from natural medicine practitioners. They say that these treatments will not only eliminate hair but will also slow down hair growth, perhaps leading to permanent hair removal if taken regularly. 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin, 112 tablespoons milk, and 3 drops lavender essential oil in a small microwave-safe dish Microwave the bowl on high for 12 seconds. Use a popsicle stick or a tongue depressor to warmly apply the mixture to your top lip (not hot). Peel it off in the opposite direction of your hair growth once it has dried. Rinse the afflicted area thoroughly with cold water. Honey removes upper lip hair more gently than wax, but it still pulls hairs from their shafts. Lemon juice may also be used to bleach and lighten the remaining hair. Combine 1 teaspoon honey and 12 teaspoons lemon juice in a mixing dish. Apply the mixture to the skin of the upper lip. Put a twenty-minute timer on your clock. Soak a washcloth in a dish filled with warm water. Wring the object to remove any extra moisture. Remove the honey-lemon paste with a gentle towel and lukewarm water. For some people, sugaring or sugar waxing is the preferred method of natural upper lip hair removal. In a half-filled kettle of water, place four chamomile tea bags. Bring the water to a boil. Remove from heat after 2 minutes and set aside to cool for 30 minutes. Remove the tea bags from the saucepan, as well as fourteen cups of tea-infused water. Fill a second pot with the remaining water. Over medium heat, add 2 cups sugar and 14 cups freshly squeezed lemon juice to the tea water and stir thoroughly. Bring to a boil, then lower to low heat and continue to cook for a few minutes. Fill a bowl with the ingredients and set it aside to cool.