Home Remedies For Unwanted Facial Hairs In Girls

Facial hair is never enviable among women. But while men are the gender with whom facial hair is associated, women sometimes develop visible facial hair, and this can develop in adolescence. Different factors can contribute to this, including genetics and obesity. While few girls develop thick, coarse facial hair–at least at a young age–it only take a slight shadow on the face to cause embarrassment and discomfort. But this can be treated at home to avoid humiliation.

Plucking

While this isn’t the fastest remedy for girls with widespread facial hair, a few visible hairs can easily be removed with a set of tweezers. The plucking may hurt slightly, but it will fade quickly unless you are plucking a thick patch of hair. Plucking also removes the hair follicle at the root, giving you several weeks before any visible hair re-appears in its place.

Shaving

Shaving is quick, easy and relatively cheap, which is why most men use this method to remove hair. It also enables a large area of hair to be removed quickly. However, shaving only removes hair at the skin surface level–this can result in hairs reappearing only days after a shaving. For girls wanting long-term results, shaving won’t be ideal, but if you are dealing with a lot of hair, it’s a practical option.

Depilatory Creams

Depilatory creams have been around for years, and they work by breaking down the hair’s protein structure in the shaft, eating away the hair from your skin and resulting in a smooth, hairless finish just minutes after application. But these depilatory creams can be expensive and can cause a burning sensation that is uncomfortable for most users, and some girls may have an allergic reaction to the cream.

Waxing

A common treatment to facial hair is wax removal. This is done by applying a thin layer of warm wax to the skin where the hair is located and letting the wax dry. Once dried, it is pulled quickly away from the skin, taking your facial hair with it. Like tweezing, this removes the hair at the root and can leave your hair-free for weeks on end. The drawback to this method is that waxing is often painful and may cause irritation and redness. Some wax can burn your skin if too hot.



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