So this is really embarrassing and so girls only, and please only answer if you have advice thanks!
So I have hair on my face which I have been waxing/threading and know recently bleaching for the past 5 years and this tough as I am a pretty paranoid person when it comes to hair. I also have a tendency to look at girls/womens faces if there talking near me and if they have facial hair wonder why the hell don't they get rid of it or how they can walk out and not care I wish I was like that!
But more recently the area near my side burns has started to look more and more like stuble and I can't even thread it out, its really making me paronoid!!
One day I just so couldn't be bothered with everything the waxing, threading etd that I had an idea hey why not use an epilator isn't it the same as threading takes the hair from the root it was so quick and easy didn't really hair that much and i'd been doing that. But i was wrong I think its made it worse!
I also know I suffer from PCOS, however I have been on weight watchers for a the past 6 months lost a few pounds (should have been more) and well before I had irregular periods they have been regular ever since I started weight watcher which is good!
I also have been reading up online with losing weight will the hair grow less? I have over 4 months off for my summer break so I intended to do an intense diet/exercise regime and lose quite alot then!
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- Thread Starter
- 03-04-2011 14:15
- Thread Starter
- 03-04-2011 14:18
also I find that the facial stubble near my side burns is only on the left side! not the right which is wierd!
- 03-04-2011 14:53
Do you not have a cream from your doctor to apply in the area of unwanted hair? I know some people with pcos and they use Vaniqa cream and with regular use over a lengthy period of time, they have seen less visible.
Have you seen your doctor about the hair being only on the left and not the right? Usually, the hair covers both sides, chin and neck.
Other than that, there is the Nair facial hair removal cream. There's not much more you can do unless you consider a more expensive and permanent treatment like laser hair removal.