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Unwanted Facial Hair

Can be a few individual hairs on the chin, a light growth on the upper lip, peach fuzz on the cheeks, or coarse, dark hair in any of these areas. Only you can decide if your facial hair is unwanted - one woman may find the slightest growth on her lip or chin terribly bothersome, while another woman may have visible hair on her upper lip and not be bothered at all

Who has Unwanted Facial Hair?

It is more common than you might think: 80% of the female population have coarse dark hairs on their face. They come from all age groups, ethnicities and income levels. Though they come from diverse backgrounds, one thing they share is their frustration with UFH.  So if you're bothered by facial hair, you're not alone.

What causes Unwanted Facial Hair?


Facial hair may begin to grow in women as a result of the natural aging process. Every woman has a normal amount of male hormones (called "androgens") in her body. As women age, the body produces more of these androgens which may cause an increase in hair growth on the chin, upper cheeks or neck area.

Though heredity or age causes most, some facial hair growth can be linked to underlying medical conditions that can cause an increase in androgen production. Other medical causes for excessive hair growth can be polycystic ovary syndrome, or hormonal fluctuations due to pregnancy or menopause.


Unwanted Hair ... Remove it ... Permanently!

The key to obtaining permanent hair removal is treating the hair in the early anagen stage.  That is when the hair is first emerging above the skin.  When you can feel, not necessarily see, but feel a hair with the pads of our fingers...... that is the best time for a technician to treat the follicle.  Keep in mind we are not treating the hairs...we are disabling the growth source.  The hair is only a guide/obstacle.   

Katherine Dunbar, CME, CPE, LE

Instructor of Laser, Electrolysis and IPL (Intense Pulse Light)

  For mor information please call 843-860-3000


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