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FACIAL HAIR GROWTH
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LIEZL - September 1

I AM EXPERIENCING AN ADDITIONAL FACIAL HAIR GROWTH. ALTHOUGH NOT TOO MANY BUT THEY ARE NOTICEABLE. MY HUSBAND AND EVEN MY FRIENDS NOTICED IT. WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT IT?

 

phobe - September 1

Not all woman experience this kind of symptoms.but for for some,this is a problem.There are a number of hair removal options available to you, including waxing, depilatories (liquids or creams that remove body hair). or maybe you should consider laser hair removal.

 

LIEZL - September 2

THANKS FOR SHARING THIS TO ME PHOBE. BUT UNFORTUNATELY, WHAT I WANT IS JUST A SIMPLE HOME REMEDY OR HERBAL FOR THIS. LASER HAIR REMOVAL IS JUST WAY TOO EXPENSIVE. DO YOU HAVE ANY OTHER SUGGESTION PRIOR TO MY PROBLEM? THANKS IN ADVANCE. VIVA!

 

stacy - September 2

blend egg(white) with sugar and a little bit of corn flour. aply it to your face. when it dries, peel it off. repeat this four times a week. hope this one helps.

 

irene - September 2

try using inexpensive wax. use this with waxing strips. its very effective.

 

wea - September 2

Make a paste of sugar, lemon and water. apply it in the direction of hair growth. Leave on for 10-15 minutes and then rinse off. Apply twice a week.

 

felicity - September 3

Hair on the face is a common problem during menopause. this may make a woman feel self-conscious. Another useful product in unwanted hair removal is gram flour. Make a paste of gram and water along with a pinch of turmeric powder. Spread it all over your face and let it dry completely. scrape it off by rubbing it a little strongly in the opposite direction of hair growth. Wash your face after. good luck!

 

princess - September 7

liezl, the natural remedies for removal unwanted facial hair growth is not a permanent solution. have you heard of threading? i think this will be the best solution for you. this is very effective especially if the facial hair is thick.

 

andrea - September 8

i also experience disturbing facial hair, on chin, upper lip & neck as well. is it ok to tweeze your facial hair?

 

missy - September 9

ouch! ahahaha... sure why not? if you think you can handle the pain, then go on.

 

andrea - September 10

no missy, i'm not talking about the old tweezer. i'm talking about tweeze electric tweezers. it's called wizzit. have you heard about it?

 

missy - September 11

andrea i haven't heard about this tweeze thing your talking about. by the way, how does it work and how can you compare it from the traditional tweezer?

 

ginger - September 11

i do threading.it reduces hair growth.you don't need to go to the parlor to have it thread.you can actually do it your own.

 

lyka - September 15

electric tweezer is a treatment that has less associated pain and side effects compared to ordinary tweezing. this is safe if performed properly.

 

irene - September 17

how can you actually do your own threading ginger? whats the procedure?

 

ralph - September 17

why don't you just shave it? hahaha... just kidding!

 

noreen - September 18

lol! very nice one ralph! seriously though, does it help? i know this is a stupid question but on the second thought, it will save time and energy right? hahaha!

 

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