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How To Get Rid Of Facial Hair On Teenage Girls
Facial hair is a physical characteristic usually found on males where hair grows around the chin and lower portion of the face. The development of facial hair usually begins during puberty. Additionally women can occasionally develop facial hair but it usually happens when hormone levels change, ...Read more
I need suggestions on how to get rid of facial hair. No cream from us that I've tried has worked so far. Should I get one online?
Laser, electrolysis: Long term removal of hair is offered by lasers appropriate for your skin color- alexandrite for lighter skin and nd yag or diode for darker skin types. Electrolyis is another time consuming uncomfortable option but better for light hair such as grey blond or ven red hair. ...Read more
Hello, I wanted to know if there is any way, besides shaving because I know that it grows back thicker if you shave, to get rid of facial hair.?
Misinformation: Shaving does not cause hair to grow back thicker. It is probably the easiest way of removing facial hair but it is quite temporary. Plucking lasts about six weeks but is tedious. Same with waxing. Eflornithine is expensive and must be applied regularly. Laser and electrolysis may be permanent when done properly but again expensive. ...Read more
What is best way to get rid of facial hair? And to keep facial hair away from growing back for long periods of time
RID OF FACIAL HAIR: NO WAY TO GET RID OF FACIAL HAIRS EXCEPT BY SHAVING. ...Read more
First it is impor-: Tant to make sure topical minoxidil is only applied to scalp. laser permanently gets rid of hair growth, but continued use of minoxidil may lead to more facial hair. I would see dermatologist for other possible treatments for hair growth. Electrolysis typically leads to some element of scarring while laser done in doctor office (where doc is fellow of american society of laser medicine and surger ...Read more
Aloe Vera doesn't help. Some options:
Shaving. While shaving may be less commonly used on the face than the aforementioned options, it's the way many women choose to remove their facial hair.
Laser Hair Removal - very popular method
Electrolysis. ...Read more
Laser therapy will get rid of the facial hair
you need to see a plastic surgery, or skin doctor, or a skin beautician expert.
they can help ...Read more
No: There is no such thing as permanent hair removal. However, with laser hair removal, you will probably have a significant reduction in the amount of hairs and thickness. Hair has growth cycles and it has to be removed in a certain cycle for the laser to work effectively. That is why doctors recommend multiple treatments with the laser. ...Read more
Probably laser, but: Hirsutism refers to an excess of facial hair in females. I am an internist, not a dermatologist or plastics. So, I would first make sure there is no underlying endocrine disorder such as polycystic ovary syndrome, hormonal imbalance...However, i'll presume the extra facial hair is simply genetic. Waxing it off is painful and lasts few weeks. Several laser or electrolysis rx's permanent, also $$$. ...Read more
Facial hair: You must decide whether you want to try to get rid of facial hair forever, or temporarily. Men have facial hair which they remove by shaving daily. Women can shave too, or use a hair removal cream, or wax, or epilady, or vaniqa, but the hairs will keep growing and the hair removal must continue all the time. Only laser hair removal offers some chance of permanently stopping hair from growing. ...Read more
I have embarrassing facial hair what's some ways to get rid of this with out the pain of a lazer?
Try a dermatologist: Facial hair may improve by using vaniqa cream. A dermatologist can evaluate the hair and discuss vaniqa. Non-medical removal methods such as threading or waxing may help. In some parts of the world, women use threading to remove facial hair. One can look for a salon that caters to ethnic groups who use threading. A primary care doctor can check to see if a hormonal problem is causing hair growth. ...Read more
I have a lot of facial hair. It is very coarse and extremely hard to remove! Are there any creams or anything that I can use to get rid of it?
No quick fix...: It is frustrating, but are not any great creams for facial hair. If you haven't already you should see your physician as there are some blood tests that may help determine why you have the facial hair. There are medications that may help some. Electrolysis and laser hair removal are expensive options so it would be best to see your physician first to determine if these are right for you. ...Read more
Laser hair removal: Laser hair removal is highly effective and can permanently remove unwanted hairs. Gray or blonde hairs do not respond as well as brown or black hairs. Make sure you are seeing a well trained and experienced technician associated with a knowledgeable physician. Www. Asc-psd. Com ...Read more
Electrolysis: Other than laser hair removal, electrolysis is a good option for female facial, especially in the areas above the orbital rims, like the unibrow, where you shouldn't laser anyway. Electrolysis also works regardless of hair color, unlike laser where very blond or white hairs cannot be treated. ...Read more
After taking steroids I am growing hair. Now that I have stopped taking them will the facial hair stop growing. How do I get rid of it?
Depends: It could be from another cause. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Can facial hair be removed using epilight? I have dark chin hairs on my face. Will the epilight procedure be a good way to get rid of these? .
Facial hair: It may help, but for permanent hair removal consider laser hair removal. It is costly and does require several treatments. ...Read more