I remember when I first noticed it. I was going through my skin-care routine, when one stray but surprisingly long chin hair caught my attention. After doing some digging, I learned what the elusive culprit typically is: always mysterious hormones surprise! Since these guys are extremely complex and differ for everyone, not everyone will have the same chin hair woes. So, to find out about all of these variables, I sought out the expert advice of a dermatologist and a hormone expert.
9 Gentle and Effective Ways to Remove Facial Hair
What Should I Know About Removing Unwanted Facial Hair? - American Family Physician
Angel enjoys self-care and loves to give advice to others about grooming. There are multiple ways to remove hair without paying a fortune. The most common methods are tweezing, threading, waxing, and shaving. I am going to explain the pros and cons for each one. With the exception of shaving, I have used all of these methods to remove unwanted hair from my face which no woman ever wants to admit, but it's reality ladies, so don't be ashamed!
How to Remove Female Chin Hair
Female chin hair is a big problem for many. Here we help you decide which one is best for you. Use shaving oil, cream or gel, and aftershave to get a nice close shave and avoid ingrown hair. If you think pulling the hair out will hurt like mad, then a hair removal cream is a step above shaving in terms of how long it lasts. It breaks down hair so that it can be wiped off.
According to the NHS, nearly 75 per cent of women experience increased facial hair as they age, especially after the menopause. Chin hairs — which top the list as our biggest bugbear — are usually a sign of low oestrogen. But dermatologists believe that genetics play a part too — so if your mother has chin hair, you most likely will too.