Why are you growing hair in places you never even knew you had?? For women, hormonal disturbances cause can the production of androgen to boost resulting in more hair in unwanted places. Frustrating as it may be, there are several things you can do to slow down hair growth naturally.
Try not to worry about excessive hair growth
Above all else, try not to stress about it. When I was going through a divorce, I had the opposite problem - the hair on my head was thinning and falling out in handfuls. That's a stressful thing to happen! But the thing that made it worse? Stressing about it.
Stress will increase the production of androgen in your body. Testosterone (an unwanted hormone for hair growth) over produces when we are stressed. It’s one of the body's natural processes. Hard as it may sound, one of the key ways to stop hair loss, or stop excessive hair growth (in fact, to slow many health problems) is to take a deep breath, and relax. Being relaxed and free of worry has so many health benefits! For hair growth, you will force the androgen production to normalize and balance itself which can help slow hair growth.
There are many natural vitamins and herbal supplements that can help you slow unwanted hair growth, for example, Palmetto is a natural herb and can be used to even out hormone imbalances and increased production of androgen.
Slow Facial Hair Growth With Regular Waxing at Kelowna Esthetics Studio
The best way to slow facial hair growth is through regular waxing! Facial hair is shorter and can be either peach-fuzzy or coarser. At Kelowna Esthetics Studio we can use a combination of strip wax and hard wax to remove even the most stubborn unwanted facial hairs, and slowing down the production of future hairs.
While stressful, unwanted female body hair is manageable. If your excess body hair in causing you to lose confidence, get the smooth, silky skin you are looking for by breathing, relaxing, taking supplements, and waxing those pesky hairs away!
Contact Kelowna Esthetics Studio today to book your wax in West Kelowna.