How should I permanently get rid of excess body hair?

Laser. Laser treatments are probably the most effective. These can be expensive. See a dermatologist for details.

Related Questions

Best solution to get rid of excessive body hair? I'm a 14 year old girl and am really insecure about it.

Evaluation. Hirsuitism or excessive body hair could be due to genetic factors or to hormonal disorders. A dermatologist or an endocrinologist can evaluate you, order any tests felt to be advisable,and,depending upon their findings, either treat you or refer you to a skilled cosmetologist. Read more...

Hi, I'm a 22 year old man and ever since I remembered I have excessive body hair, covered in it, and now my head hair is thinning. How to prevent?

Tricky one. B"sd first - thank G-d you are not a woman. Hirsuitism in men as in women can be nonhormonal or hormonaly mediated. the most common hormonal issue is a mild form of genetic defect that affects adrenal steroid production - Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia - of which many varieties. This usually fine for men as it raises testosterone. But male pattern balding is worsenned . Glad to discuss. Read more...

How can I permanently get rid of body hair?

It's your choice. Laser treatment or electrolysis are both great. Be sure this is what you want. Different people, and different possible partners, have different preferences. Best wishes. Read more...

Is there a way to get rid of body hair permanently?

Hair Removal. Laser hair removal is one of the most commonly done cosmetic procedures in the U.S. It beams highly concentrated light into hair follicles. Pigment in the follicles absorb the light. That destroys the hair. . Read more...

What is the best way to get rid of body hair permanently? Apart from seeing a professional.. ..what can I use to do so? (Is there any other options)

Laser removal. laser hair removal could help you ( if there is no contraindications for this treatment), but total removal could be a bit unrealistic. Read more...

23 yr. Not overweight (115lbs, 5"3'). Get periods 10-11 times a year. They are always late but they usually come. Excessive body hair. Could I have pcod?

Possible. Most, but definitely not all, women w/pcos are overweight = but up to 30% of women are estimated to have some degree of pcos, so there are some of normal weight. Check w/your doctor. Read more...

I have pcos, is there any way other than plucking and waxing every week to get my excessive body hair in control? It is on my breasts, belly and face.

Medication. There are oral medication to help hirsute women with pcos. We use spironolactone + ocp. Once hormones controlled then hair responds better to laser hair removal. Adding spironolactone helps some of our pcos tremendously. Read more...
Not for current hair. Hair that has already changed from a "female" follicle to a "male" follicle will never change back. The meds are helpful, but will only help prevent the progression or change in new skin areas. They won't really affect hair that is already present, except to slow down the growth slightly. Laser or electrolysis is needed for permanent removal. Read more...