An excess growth of hair can be a cosmetic problem for women. It may be a symptom of a hormonal disorder. Coarse, dark hair sometimes grows on a woman’s face, trunk and arms, like a man. This may be natural and normal growth, particularly when it happens after the menopause, or in Hispanic or Asian women.
However, excessive hairiness (hirsutism) may be a symptom of an underlying disorder, such as polycystic ovary syndrome, or a disorder of the pituitary or adrenal gland. Such disorders upset the balance of hormone production so there is an overproduction of the male hormone. Hirsutism sometimes results from taking anabolic steroids.
Make a paste with Oaktree gum and Rosewater. Apply this paste on the affected areas with excess hair. Use it continuously for 1-2 months for beneficial positive results you will get rid of unwanted excessive hair permanently.
Daily apply a paste of Nigella seeds before going to sleep for 2-3 months. Your skin will absorb Nigella seed oil which must be worked as wondering. You will get rid of this problem naturally forever.
Dry the…show more content… Dip a cotton swab in it and apply it to your excessive hair areas or face. Repeat this after ever 4-5 minutes until you finish the juice. Then leave it overnight and next morning wash your face with normal water and see the results in one month.
Make a paste of Pumpkin and mix corn flour in it. Apply this paste for 15-20 minutes daily before going to sleep and wash your face with cold water.
Other Helpful Tips & Precautions for Hairiness
It is fairly easy to investigate hormonal disorders by doing some and it may be possible to correct the imbalance.
If the hairiness is a natural cosmetic treatment is necessary.
Bleaching will make the hairs less obvious, but the only to get rid of them altogether is through electrolysis, which can be a very costly process.
Shaving is the worst solution, which usually makes the hairs