What options are there for facial hair removal?
Whether you are a man or a woman, excessive facial or body hair can be the source of severe embarrassment – luckily there are many ways to deal with it. Heredity, hormones and even some medications are the main culprits that cause women to have hair growth from the upper lip to the chin and around the face, says Dr Jitka Lom of Express Health and Skin Care in Guam.“When people just have hereditary facial hair, it's easily treated with removal like face wax, or with laser,” Lom says. “If you have a hormone imbalance, it can be treated.” When it comes to removing unwanted hair, those who want to avoid temporary measures can turn to laser treatment. According to Dr Lom, it is the “gold standard for hair removal” anywhere on the body, particularly on the face. She added: “The reason it works so well is because it destroys hair follicles. All the other methods of hair removal just remove the hair from the follicles.” The Harley Medical group specialises in removing all kinds and colours of hair. The process is incredibly effective and, with regards to pain level, is no worse than waxing.