Many women complain of increased facial hair.
In this video I highlight the causes for increased facial hair, when you should get your hormones tested and what are the methods by which you can reduce facial hair growth.
A lot of women have complain of increased facial hair. In this video I will tell you the causes of increased facial hair and how to deal with it
Familial: If you belong to a family in which women have a lot of hair then it is likely that you will have increased hair too.
Hormonal imbalance: Increased testosterone levels can lead to increased hair in androgen dependent areas such as side locks, upper lip, chin, in between breast, lower abdomen and upper thighs.
If you have irregular menses along with thinning of hair in scalp and increased facial hair then you may need to be evaluated for any hormonl imbalances.
Application of steroid creams on face
We can only reduce the hair not completely remove it.
Waxing: can lead to acne eruptions, and worsen the skin
Laser hair reduction: remember this is only reduction not removal. It will lighten the hair will grow back but will be thinner and grow slower.
If you have a lot of hair then it is bets to go for laser. But laser is not for all types of hair. It works best if you have thick hair and light skin colour. On the contrary if you have thin hair and darker skin colour then laser may not be the best option for you.
Treatment for dark spots on face after acne:
Dermatologist undergoes PRP treatment:
Anti ageing creams;
Face wash for oily skin:
Sunscreen for oily skin:
Do not pop acne:
Do’s and don’t in acne:
Duration of acne treatment:
Why to treat acne early
Do not pop acne
Diet and acne
Cleansers for your skin type
Fairness creams and injections:
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