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Unwanted Hair Removal Tweezing And Shaving
No: That's a wives tale like pulling out a grey hair makes 3 more grow. ...Read more
How can I remove facial hair permanently ? With out epilating waxing or use some expensive method like laser hair or electrolysis. Is there any remedy
Would shaving followed by daily use of turmeric remove hair, including stubble and remove hair from the roots?
No: The root is very deep down and most topical meds will not reach down this far. ...Read more
What method of permanent hair removal can remove unpigmented hairs on lip and chin? Did laser hair removal treatment cause vitiligo to spread
Plucking risks: I am not a dermatologist, but as far as I know, if you pluck a hair, you can reasonably expect that hair follicle to either be removed with the hair itself or to be damaged such that it will not grow another hair in that area. Do not pluck hairs you want to grow back again - best to just trim them. If you have hairs you want absolutely gone to never grow back, then plucking would be the way to go. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the best way to remove facial hair? Without shaving or using nair hair removal products it burns my skin, I use extra sensitive skin products.
Laser hair removal: Laser hair removal is the most effective method to remove facial or body hair. Electrolysis can be used for smaller regions but is less reliable and technique dependent than lasers. Lasers are very safe if performed by a skilled and experienced physician or provider. Vaniqa cream also helps reduce hair growth by 40% but effects wear off after discontinuing use. Laser effects are long-lasting. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Which hair removal method would be most likely to cause hyperpigmented pores? Razor, electric or manual? Epilator? Wax, hot or cold? Depilatories?
Black hair. Is it ok to leave hair grown or shave it before going for laser hair removal or leave it half grown? They use yag laser.
Well : They usually want you to shave the hair. But call their office and ask them what they recommend ...Read more
Not in my opinion: Generally no. This needs to be done in an office. You can wax which will take the hair away for a period of time and then you rewax. Waxing regularly will keep it less noticeable , it is less expensive than perm. Removal and many women choose this method. ...Read more
Grooming: Unfortunately you do not go to the doctor for grooming advice. Medicine has no comment on this question. ...Read more
Hi dear, is that homeopathy treatment will remove unwanted hair from my body permanently . Could you please give my answer.
Which homeopathy tx?: Homeopathic remedies don't usually cover removing unwanted hair from the body. Please specify which formulation you are referring to. So we can further help answer your question. Usually homeopathic remedies treat symptoms that produce a like finding. For example, something that treats a symptom may produce similar if in much higher doses. Hence, 'homeo' or like/similar to the symptom. ...Read more
Got some cuts when I had my face threaded to remove unwanted hair by a beauty therapist. I bled a little. Can I get HIV/ other diseases?
No: Not possible to get HIV & other STDs through threading. Latter can only be transmitted through sexual activities. What can happen is some skin infection as the minor trauma can give access to skin bacteria like streptococcus or staphylococcus. However this wld not be common in healthy individuals and all u have to do is wash with soap and keep the face clean and dry. look for redness/pain. ...Read more
Varies on severity: Small patches may respond well to various potencies of steroid cream, vit.D-like drugs, or vit a-derived meds. Larger areas of involvement may require immunosuppressant therapy like Methotrexate or new immune-modulator drugs like infliximab, etanercept, etc. The latter drugs have many side effects and precautions; so you should be under the care of a specialist in those. ...Read more
I was obese n had hormonal imbalance. I lost 60 pounds became vegan n healthy.started laser treatment to remove unwanted hair but they still grow back?
I want to permanently remove unwanted hair from my chest, legs, back and hands. Any Ayurvedic cream or oil?
If i shaved and then used an epilator (an electric tweezer) two to three days later, would the hairs be long enough to be efficiently removed?
Hair growth : Speed varies from person to person.Get a more detailed answer ›
Many Options: While nothing permanently removes unwanted hair, there are a lot of options from waxing to creams to lasers. The effectiveness of these depends on many factors, especially the color of the unwanted hairs. If you have dark hair, lasers can be very effective. ...Read more
Hair removal: Lasers, in general, can remove hair from a variety of body areas. If done by a qualified professional, this includes the face. The "best" laser for any particular application depends on the type of skin, the type of hair, and the provider's skill with the laser in question. ...Read more
Hello, i have a blue spot on my chin due to the continuous plucking the unwanted hair with tweezer. So how to remove that blue area? Thanks
Hematoma?: Could be hematoma.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a concern, I have lot of hair around my bikini, i mean lots of pubic hair, and thats because i shaved it once. What is the best way to remove.
1st of all it's : Supposed to be there. Mother nature and biology has it there for a reason. Only our culture has decided it shouldn't be there. You can trim or shave or wax to remove it. But it will grow back. You can try laser hair removal but it takes several treatments and typically makes the hair finer and lighter in color but there is always some hair. ...Read more
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