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These facial hairs are annoying!
No one told me that my peach fuzz on my face would become dark thick hairs. It is so annoying because they seem to be popping up more and more and I keep needing to pluck out hairs every day. I looked it up and sure enough, it is a symptom of meno for some women. Anyone else having issues with facial hair like this? What can I do about it?
Same here! I mentioned it to my mother and she said her grandmother (her mother's mom) had chin hair. So now I am wondering if this is some kind of hereditary thing or what. She doesn't seem to have any and while my grandma did have facial hair, it was still thin and light. Mine is BLACK! Alls I have been doing is tweezing it. I have tried facial hair remover cream but it burned my skin badly.
Outside of laser hair removal, wax, tweezing,and shaving it off there is not much else. I know some women opt for laser hair removal but I think it is only 70% effective and women who have it done find themselves needing to go back over and over again for several years which can be costly!

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