if a woman grows fine hair on the chin 4 strands is it normal or not. How to handle the furniture and length. What if you use it permanently? So that it doesn’t grow again
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Some women can be very disturbed by the growth of fine hair on the face, including in the chin area. In fact, this condition is actually not dangerous. This condition occurs purely related to variations in the distribution of hair follicles in a person's body. It is not known exactly what causes this difference in fine hair distribution.
If the growth of fine hair in the chin area does not cause complaints, such as itching, pain, scaling, or others, then in fact there is no special treatment that you need to do. You can actually make this a characteristic that makes you more easily recognized by others around you. Just be grateful for this as a form of God's blessings for you.
However, if the appearance of fine hair looks very striking and bothers you, you can consult directly with a skin and genital specialist. Removing fine hair in the medical realm is possible in several ways, including:
Waxing (wax method)
Application of a special cream that works to remove hair
Use of an epilator
Laser therapy (intense pulsed light)
The two last methods, namely electrolysis and laser therapy, can remove fine hairs on your body permanently. However, this action is certainly not free from risk. Some of the side effects that are known to occur as a result of this procedure are pain, infection, bleeding, hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation, swelling, redness, scarring, and so on. Therefore, in order to minimize the risk of dangerous side effects, you need to consult directly with an expert, namely a dermatologist and genitalia specialist. The doctor will first evaluate the condition of your face and your overall health status. If you feel that you are the right candidate for this medical procedure, and if it is judged that the benefits far exceed the risk of side effects that may arise, then this action will be carried out.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah