How an embrassed problem was!
The story is come from my 25 year old friend said that she just suddenly had alot of facial hair… Previously she always had a bit on her upper lip, but now it’s on cheeks, chin, neck! It’s pretty blonde and fine but she hope to remove it for good because she felt so embarassed to go out in public with a hairy face!
How to solve problem?
My ladies, facial hair is not total concern of men only. Some of women are facing with unexpected problem that make them less much self-confident in front of crowd. However, do not too worry about this because nothing has no treatment. Soon or later, every thing will be regained by time and by proper treatment.
From my friend problem, I also want to share and be shared to all with the same conditions find out a variation of treament for facial hair. In fact, there is still no permanent method of hair removal, any one or a combination of the following treatment options can be your treatment options to solve with unwanted hair.
*** Facial hair or technically named as “Hirsutism“. For women, it is very problematic and very embrassing. The first crucial rule is what ever do not shave it or you will make it worse (Shaving is only for men).
Do it yourself treament, take it easy
Tweezing or plucking out the hair is quick, inexpensive and convenient for small areas. However, it is painful and needs to be done frequently, daily in some cases. Ingrown hairs may develop as the hair follicle can be twisted as the hair is tweezed out, causing the incoming hair to become embedded in the skin as it grows.
2. Waxing or sugaring
Again, these both methods are quick and convenient, and can be done at home with kits available at the pharmacy. The advantage is pulling the hair out from the root. However, it can be painful and messy, and require frequent, repeat treatments.
And, the hair being removed needs to be roughly one quarter inch long in order for the treatment to be effective, so it is possible to see the hair grow in between treatments.
Electrolysis kits can be used to remove hair from small areas. This method is quick, and the results can last for weeks. The disadvantages of electrolysis are that it can be painful, and there is the possibility of persistent skin discoloration.
Applying a cream which bleaches the colour from the hair. Bleaching can be quick, painless and easy, and you can do it yourself. It’s important not have any broken skin in the area you’re going to bleach, no cuts and no chapping or grazes. It’s also important that the area to be bleached hasn’t been recently tweezed.
Bleaching can cause a slight, temporary burn and, in rare cases, some people may experience an allergic reaction. It is always advisable to do a test patch before you do bleach an entire area. The bleach has a strong smell.
Use a razor or electric shaver to remove the hair at skin level, where the hair emerges through the skin. It is quick, easy, inexpensive and painless, and you can shave large areas such as your legs. Actually, it is not always recommended.