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Temporary And Permanent Facial Hair Removal Techniques For Women

Temporary And Permanent Facial Hair Removal Techniques For Women

It is quite common for cultures around the world to find excessive facial hair on women unattractive, as there seems to be a general consensus that it makes them appear less feminine.

Unfortunately, however, facial hair is not uncommon on women, especially as they age, and as a result it is standard procedure for women to search after remedies that can help with facial hair removal in order to increase their attractiveness and even just their own opinion of themselves; their self-esteem.

In searching for suitable hair removal techniques, you will undoubtedly come across both temporary and allegedly permanent results. It is worth considering both, as you may feel that the occasional temporary method is less invasive than any permanent facial hair removal technique. On the other hand, you may just want to do it once and get it over with, hopefully never having to worry about it again – or at least not for a long time.

Waxing, tweezers and shaving are the three most common temporary female facial hair removal methods. Most women would prefer to avoid shaving, for various reasons. They may be concerned about the idea that frequent shaving hardens the hairs and will make it worse, or that the act of shaving will do damage to their skin.

Tweezers take a long time to use effectively and are very painful, possibly resulting in more or less the same problems as shaving; redness and bumps or spots, for example. Waxing can work better than both, leaving the skin smooth and hairless for quite some time.

Permanent techniques of facial hair removal include electrolysis, which involves using electrical impulses to destroy the roots of the hair and prevent them from regrowing, and laser intervention, in which case high energy light is applied to the roots, where they are essentially burned and destroyed that way.

All of these techniques can work, but do make sure to talk to a professional dermatologist to make sure that your chosen solution is right for you.

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