Are you a woman who suffers from hair growth in places a woman just shouldn’t have? What do you do about it? While some nationalities have more of a predisposition to hair growth, it doesn’t mean having to live a life of discomfort and embarrassment as a result of your genetic history. You may have already tried many methods to alleviate the problem, even if they have only been temporary. But, there are always new research projects in the making for just this sort of thing that you may not have tapped into yet.
Many women experience hair growth on their face much like a man. For some, it grows in as a dark thick hair follicle. For others, it grows like peach fuzz in large quantities but lighter and fuller. The latter is less noticeable but is just as concerning to the person who has it as the darker hair growth of another woman. Below are some solutions to a problem that may not be something necessarily a health issue but it can be serious when it comes to a woman’s self-esteem and self-confidence.
1. Shaving is one solution a woman can try, however, this is probably the most temporary of all possible solutions out there because of the fact that shaving only goes surface skin-deep, meaning it only cuts the hair at the surface of the skin and not at the root. This leaves the hair follicles to grow back quickly and causing you to continuously to shave it more and more frequently. Unfortunately, even when doing so, there never really is a completely smooth surface on your face for very long.
2. You could try using tweezers to pluck each individual hair out by the root but using this method can be very time-consuming and really quite painful if your pain threshold is very low. As you continue plucking over time, however, you do begin to build a pain tolerance but will always be a daunting task and not the best method overall.
3. There are plenty of depilatory gels on the market that you place on the area of hair growth and let sink in. As it surrounds the hair follicle, the chemical in the product gently removes it from under the root and although can be irritating to the skin, is quite effective and lasts much longer than the previous methods above. If you have very sensitive skin, however, this may not be the best choice because the irritant could leave a rash behind for days after the application.
4. Waxing is another great method for removing hair and one that is longer-lasting than tweezing and shaving but much like the depilatory gels, they can be irritating to the skin and the process of removal can be painful as the wax strip, although applied while moist, is removed after it has dried and doing it quickly like a band-aide which can be a shock to the system.
5. You can try the electrolysis method which is a permanent solution for hair growth. This involves passing electrical currents through the hair shaft killing the follicle at the root. This is extremely effective and the hair never grows back. The downside is that it can be quite expensive as you need to go and repeatedly have this done to the same area many, many times before the hair growth actually stops. The other downside is that it is an extremely painful process.
6. Your last option would be laser treatment. This method is probably the most expensive way for hair removal and can also be time-consuming and may not be permanent. It is very important that you seek out a professional that is licensed to do laser hair removal as this could be extremely dangerous to your health if not done correctly.