Female Chin Hair Removal – 7 Options

An economical and easy method for female chin hair removal is desperately sought after by many women considering how self-conscious they feel about facial hair and especially unwanted hair on or under the chin.

This article provides an overview of the main options available for female chin hair removal covering permanent, prescription, non-prescription, and home methods.

Option 1

Electrolysis is the only hair removal method that has a full consensus verifying that it is a truly permanent method – if of course it is performed properly by a professional practitioner.

Electrolysis can be expensive although the costs will of course be greatly reduced for female chin hair removal in view of the small area and smaller number of hair follicles that need to be treated. Each hair follicle needs individual attention and depending on the amount of growth, the procedure can take between 2 and 12 hours, with costs ranging from $25 to $100 per hour.

Option 2

Laser hair removal is very popular and much cheaper than electrolysis. It is important to have a thorough consultation with a qualified practitioner and even have a test area done on a part of the body not so visible. Every individual is different when it comes to skin type, hair texture, color, etc. and all these variables can have an effect on how successful the procedure will be.

Nevertheless, laser female chin hair removal can be economical and long lasting. As many hair follicles are treated at once the chin area can be finished in just 2 to 3 minutes. Repeated sessions are necessary to catch all the hairs as hair is in different stages of growth at any given time. Prices can vary widely so you need to consult with your local clinic.

Chin hair can be rather coarse, especially as women get older. There are some female chin hair removal methods that can be done at home although caution is needed so as not to irritate the hair follicles on this very visible part of the face.

Option 3

Depilatories are strong chemicals that dissolve the hair. If you decide on this option test a small area on another part of the body that is not so visible and see how your skin reacts. Observe the timing very carefully so as not to leave the preparation on the skin longer than absolutely necessary to avoid skin damage.

Option 4

For the few stray hairs on the chin, tweezing is a good option. Invest in a quality pair of tweezers, perform the procedure in good light, preferably with a magnifying mirror, and pull the hair out straight in the direction of growth.

Option 5

Waxing is perhaps the most popular method of female chin hair removal. It is inexpensive and these days, many waxing preparations have additional ingredients to soothe the skin. After all, the hair follicle is bound to protest even a little, when a hair is wrenched out given the nerve endings that are affected.

Pressing the area with the fingers right after pulling the waxing strip will minimize the discomfort, and if you follow up by rubbing an ice cube over the area, recovery is much faster.

Two other options are available if you use waxing or tweezing to remove stray chin hair.

Option 6

Vaniqa is a prescription cream which reduces hair growth in women. Just apply it twice a day and many women see a significant reduction in hair growth after about 2 months. It makes waxing and tweezing much easier as the amount of hair is reduced and often the hair that does regrow is finer.

You will need to see your doctor to get the prescription. Side effects are minimal, mainly skin irritation which passes.

Note: Vaniqa is only for women and girls over the age of 12.

Option 7

Kalo is a non-prescription hair growth retardant which was on the market about 3 years before Vaniqa came out in the year 2000. It comes in a lotion which is ideal for the facial areas. Just rub it into the skin after a hair removal session, about 3 times, at 15 minute intervals, and that’s it until the next time you have to perform female chin hair removal.

About a 10-15% reduction in hair growth will be seen after each session until much of the hair fails to grow back.

Note: Kalo can safely be used by men and women and even children.

With both Vaniqa and Kalo results vary. In the case of Vaniqa, just over half the women who used it in clinical trials noticed a reduction in hair growth. With Kalo, the company which makes it, Nisim International, offers a no questions asked money refund for any women who are not satisfied with the results.

So in conclusion, when it comes to female chin hair removal, there are a number of options. Will you choose a permanent or semi-permanent solution such as electrolysis or laser hair removal?

Of would you prefer to carry out the procedure yourself at home every few weeks? Depending on your skin type, hair texture and color, you can experiment with the options above and arrive at the most convenient solution.

Source by Mike Jones

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