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SKIN DISORDERS IN ADULTS: TREATING EXCESSIVE FACIAL HAIR
Facial hair not related to hormone levels can be removed by electrolysis. While this method is slow and painful, it is also the most permanent. Like many techniques, electrolysis is operator dependent, so it is critical to choose someone who is well trained in this field.
Other methods of removing hair include waxing, plucking and the use of depilatory creams. All of these are safe and effective, but less permanent. It is often believed that hair removal by waxing will make it grow back thicker, which is untrue. Regular waxing over a period of years will actually make hair growth less coarse and more sparse. It is also possible to pluck or wax hairs around moles without adverse effects. Bleaching the hair is also safe and disguises rather than removes the hair.
Women who produce an excess amount of the male hormone testosterone can benefit from hormone treatment. The drugs Aldactone and Androcur are used for this purpose. Both block the conversion of testosterone to its more active compound, dihydrotestosterone, which stimulates ‘male-type’ facial features such as coarse facial hair, oily skin and receding hairline around the scalp. These drugs reduce excessive facial hair and certain types of acne. It does, however, take at least nine to twelve months for the effects to be seen. The main advantage of these drugs is that they have minimal side effects, but they cannot be taken during pregnancy.
The main side effects include breast tenderness, nausea, headaches and decrease in libido. They may also stimulate the appetite and lead to weight gain. However, if food intake remains the same, weight will not be put on. Slight fluid retention can occur initially, but will usually disappear in about two months.
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