An extremely stressing situation for women is hirsutism, which also presents as a common symptom of poly cystic ovary syndrome. Male hormones such as testosterone are produced in excess which in turn is responsible for excessive hair growth and can appear on the chest, face, toes, neck and back. However, nowadays there are several different options available to women that want to remove excess hair from over the counter options to professional services. When searching for a solution one needs to determine what will work best as each method comes with pros and cons. For example shaving will cut the hair at the surface of the skin and will leave a blunt edge. The blunt edge tends to leave a noticeable darkened area, which means one has to shave daily to maintain a hair free appearance. Shaving is a cheap alternative and time consuming as it needs to be done regularly which can promote ingrown hairs, razor cuts and cause skin irritations. On the other hand, waxing is one of the more popular methods of removing unwanted hair.
Waxing treatments for women Greater Hunter region is where a layer of wax is applied to the surface of the skin and then quickly removed, which pulls the hairs out of the hair shaft. This hair removal method can be applied at home, but preferably it should be done at a beauty salon. Waxing treatments last for around three weeks and are relatively cheap. Waxing kits for home use can be difficult to use, and can cause ingrown hairs if not applied correctly. Waxing can be painful and is not a permanent solution.