Facial hair and hormones and prevent
Bojana Galic is the staff writer for Livestrong. She completed her undergrad education at New York University in Talent, influence, confidence and beauty, to name a few. But they've also sported what many deem to be "unwanted" or "excessive" facial hair.
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Excessive or Unwanted Hair in Women
Vellus hair is that short, soft, nearly not-there hair children and women have. Who gets what re: facial hair is determined mostly by our hormones. More estrogen gets you the finer, softer, lighter stuff. More testosterone, the heavier kind. Testosterone converts to dihydrotestosterone DHT , which results in the coarser, darker hairs many menopausal women see suddenly sprouting on their upper lip, chin, and jaw line.
I remember when I first noticed it. I was going through my skin-care routine, when one stray but surprisingly long chin hair caught my attention. After doing some digging, I learned what the elusive culprit typically is: always mysterious hormones surprise! Since these guys are extremely complex and differ for everyone, not everyone will have the same chin hair woes. So, to find out about all of these variables, I sought out the expert advice of a dermatologist and a hormone expert.
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