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What Does Shakespeare Have to Do With Your Nose Hair? 

What Does Shakespeare Have to Do With Your Nose Hair? 

So here’s a question you probably didn’t think you would have to answer today: Do you think women would prefer to meet a guy in a bar whose breath smelled like a drain, or who had visible tufts of nose hair sticking out?

Yup, we told you. Not a question you woke up thinking you needed to contemplate.

But now here’s the really crazy part. These ladies, these gorgeous, interesting, sophisticated ladies, would rather make awkward small talk with the drain man, than with bushy nostrils guys. Mind. blown.

Turns out that long nose hairs are actually a problem that most guys have to deal with, with only 2% saying they’ve never trimmed or plucked. And in our opinion, that just means 2% who don’t look in the mirror…

Now, before you get that tweezer out and start bawling, we have a better solution for you. Settle in, for we’re about to tell you about this nifty gadget, AND give you a quick biology education. (We promise it’ll be fun!)

As Shakespeare (would have) said, “There are nose hair trimmers, and there are nose hair trimmers – best thy don’t purchase the wrong one.” And luckily for that ruffled-necked dude, we know which is the best one to get, that not only makes you look bar-ready but also benefits your insides as well. See, fun!

Now, when it comes to purchasing your now-most-often-used bathroom gadget, your nose hair trimmer needs to get the job done, get it done well, AND make sure it’s good for your health – meaning this is a very important decision, besides the reusable cotton swabs. So what do we mean when we keep reiterating important for your health? Here goes:

Nose hair, while not the most attractive when visible, is an important part of your body’s defense system. It helps keep dust, allergens, and other small particles from entering your lungs. Removing too much hair may make you more sensitive to these kinds of debris. Plucking your hairs can also lead to irritation, infections, and ingrown hairs. 

The Swissklip Nose/Ear hair trimmer obviously read the above blog, because it made sure to incorporate all the important points. 

  • It looks good
  • It’s easy to use
  • It’s safe to use
  • It can be used anywhere
  • It doesn’t need batteries 
  • It’s made of the finest stuff


It doesn’t remove the hairs completely, but rather leaves them short enough so the ladies at the bar can’t see them, but long enough so your lungs remain healthy. 

Now, again, as Shakespeare (would have) said, “go enjoy that bar, find a fair maiden, impress her with your fresh breath AND trimmed nose hairs… good sir!”re


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