Causes Of Annoying Body Hair Growth And Simple Ways To Get Rid Of It

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Most of us hate those uncomfortable hairs we have on our legs and armpits. Razors, hot wax, and laser are some of the resources we use to get rid of them. However, there are other areas of the body, in which hair can also grow, despite it being less common.

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Places such as the chin, belly button, and ears can also be invaded by pesky little hairs. Perhaps, the worst area, in which they can appear, is around the nipples. Generally, these hairs grow on or around the areola.

If you've only ever found a few hairs around your body, it's likely that your new hairy friends are due to hormonal fluctuations caused by pregnancy or menopause. Some medications can also lead to excessive body hair. If you find a large number of hairs, it could be due to a condition known as hirsutism, which causes excessive hair growth on the body. Hirsutism can be genetic or it can also be caused by other more serious conditions, such as polcystic ovarian syndrome or anorexia.

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Tweezers are the best option to deal with these tiny body hairs. Razors and wax can be a good option in case of more prominent hairs. Laser is always a good option, especially if you wish to stop the hair from growing back for a long time.

So now you know, the appearance of a few hairs is no big deal and luckily, there are many different ways of getting rid of them.

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Source: Women's Health

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