Woman quits shaving legs for good after rubbing sandpaper to remove hairs

A woman has made a video claiming that rubbing sandpaper on her legs removes hair better than shaving – and it has divided the internet.

The hack has also been cautioned against in case it could lead to open sores and infections from over-zealous rubbing.

In the clip, uploaded on May 3, TikTok user Jules @jules49of explains she was inspired by watching other women do it on the app and tried it out for herself.

Speaking to the camera, she says: "This is my first TikTok on here, I've been stalking you people for a little bit.

"I was watching one of these girls, she's an accountant, I was learning about the business, anyway, watching this girl and she's talking about shaving her legs with sandpaper.

"She used 600 grit sandpaper on her legs.

"She said, in a circle this way 10 times, in a circle the other way 10 times. I did it.

"My God, my skin is so soft, it's awesome. And it works."

The woman hold the sandpaper up to the camera and adds: "I have been using a frickin' razor all this time.

"Just some 600 grit sandpaper. Thank you accountants of TikTok."

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The video has been "liked" more than 200,000 times and many viewers were excited to share their own results.

A fan of the method commented: "Ever since I started carpentry and as a person with super sensitive skin, sandpaper has been a blessing.

"Exfoliation AND hair removal? Yes please."

Meanwhile, others urged caution and said there was a risk if you rubbed away healthy skin.

One person commented: "I did this years ago with a product I found in the stores… my legs were in a lot of pain the next day.

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"Felt like bad rag burn all over my legs."

Someone else said: "Careful in the sun now, I did it and didn’t realise I was down to baby skin. Worst sunburn ever."

To remove or disguise unwanted body hair, the NHS recommends shaving, waxing, plucking, hair removal creams, or bleaching.

More expensive methods that could last longer include electrolysis laser hair removal, it added.

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