Unwanted facial hair is a concern for people from all walks of life and all genders including men for purposes of grooming, the trans community and women of all ages.
A person may have excessive facial hair growth caused by various medical issues such as an imbalance of hormones, polycystic ovarian syndrome (POCS) and certain medications.
The face is the most exposed part of the body that others scrutinise and judge; unwanted facial hair can be the cause of low self-confidence and embarrassment.
There are many ways to remove unwanted hair for example:
All offer temporary periods where the facial hair disappears for a while after the treatment, but always returns eventually.
Electrolysis is still the only procedure to legally offer permanent hair removal. Electrolysis can treat all skin and hair types and colours all over the body but most commonly the face, including the upper lip, chin, neck and cheeks.
It is important to choose a qualified and licensed practitioner, as he or she will be able to give expert advice, taking into account your own personal requirements, medical history and physical condition to deliver a safe and effective treatment