Best Hair Removal Methods
the options for do-it-yourself hair removal
What's the best hair removal method for those menopausal whiskers that have started to randomly sprout with wild abandon all over your face?
Though most don't recommend shaving, there are plenty of hair removal methods from the cheap and easy temporary solutions to the more permanent laser hair removal treatments.
So, what's up with the sprouting of those long, coarse, dark gargantuan whiskers?
Well. . .
As women age, their hormonal balances change due to a gradual decrease in estrogen.
As the estrogen levels diminish, they are less able to counterbalance the effects of male hormones.
You guessed it!
Those pesky Whiskers that seem to grow in a blink of an eye. . .
Now I ask you, why is it that after you have very carefully scanned your entire face from absolutely every single possible angle using a light-up 10X magnifying mirror to assure yourself that you aren't sprouting any unsightly facial hair, that you immediately spot this obnoxiously long, wiry whisker just minutes later sticking straight out from the middle of your chin the moment you look in the rear view mirror of your car?
Note to self:
Never, ever go anywhere without bringing tweezers. . .
fortunately we have options!
Lots and lots of options. . .
From the temporary hair removal methods to the more permanent laser hair removal treatments, you can keep the changes in facial hair from that barely visible soft, downy peach fuzz to coarser, darker upper lip and chin hair during menopause (and beyond) in control.
The Best Hair Removal Methods
The tried and true. . .
Don't leave home without them!
Pluck those bad boys, one by one so you never have an unsightly hair on your chinny, chin chin.
Frankly, shaving is simply not the best option for women.
First, shaving only last a few days at best.
Secondly, it leaves the hair looking thicker, darker and much more coarse.
Waxing is a very popular method for getting rid of unwanted facial hair, especially the upper lip.
It last for up to six weeks (or more) and is an affordable DIY home option or a pampering spa treat.
There are lots of options for over-the-counter creams that include a potent alkaline ingredients that works to break down the hair.
While a good option for many, they can be very irritating to the skin and can smell absolutely dreadful!
The ancient art of removing unwanted hair uses string to get rid of the hair by the roots.
While it last for up to six weeks, some can find the process uncomfortable.
These handy, dandy little miniature slinky coil gadget grabs a small section of hair to removes them right from the root. (OUCH!)
While better than plucking hairs one by one, coiling can leave skin a little tender and irritated.
A natural and gentler way to wax away unwanted hair.
Either the gel or paste form of sugaring treatments will remove even very short, stubbly hair for up to six weeks while conditioning the skin!
Laser hair removal treatments use strong beams of intensive pulsed light, (IPL), to target the hair follicle, preventing hair growth. The FDA cleared devices for home use are:
Usually performed by a trained technician, a tiny needle sends an electric current to destroy the hair follicle.
Although there are devices available for home use, none have been FDA cleared as yet.
Happily, the best hair removal methods, even the temporary options, combined with the advances in technology in do-it-yourself laser hair removal treatments provide a wealth of options
that effectively address those wiry whiskers and the
unwelcome darkening mustache that sadly begins
to reveal themselves as we age.
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