Permanent Hair Removal & PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome)
October 10, 2014
Electrolysis BUZZ
October 10, 2014

Pregnancy, the most beautiful time in a woman’s life. Her skin is glowing, her maturity is embellished in every way – during pregnancy your hormones change, it is a fact. Likewise, we know most of the common side effects. Here, we referred to a “blemish” as a light shadow perhaps on the lip or the sides of the jaw line – a soupçon. Yet, not many will mention the possibility of “unwanted hair growth.” Of course, not everyone will have it, nor will everyone have hypertension; it is relative to your own make up – your age, medical history.

It is safe to say that if hair growth has not been a concern for you up to now, chances are, it will not be a huge concern during pregnancy. For some, superfluous hairs are “superfluous” to be addressed at this time. Temporary removal, like trimming will be the safest for now, versus chemicals such as Nair and Jolene. Never pull hairs out– in time, you will generate ingrown hair and aggravate the amount.

Pregnancy Hormones and Facial Hair Growth?

●So, you are fair, with peach fuzz, but after the birth of your baby, a slight mustache is noticeable.

○The good news is that those hairs are relatively new, removing it permanently will be a good choice.

●You are having treatments for a while; your brows, arms pits and your bikini and then, you found out you are pregnant.

○Always confined your health changes, to any of your technicians: Electrologist, Acupuncturist, Trainer, or Masseuse; he or she will guide you best. It is perfectly safe to continue your facial sessions, with the approval of your physician.

Woman is a miracle of divine contradictions.
Jules Michelet

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