Do you have a lot of hair on your cheeks? Is it mainly just a peach fuzz type hair, or is it really coarse and dark? Most women have a layer of fuzz that covers their entire face, and this can be quite annoying when it comes to applying makeup and doing other beauty routines. The good news is that there are ways that you can get rid of the hair on your cheeks. Let’s take a close look, and see if cheeks laser hair removal for women may be a good option for you.
What Makes Us Have Hair on Our Cheeks?
We already discussed about the peach fuzz that literally everyone gets, but what about the darker hairs? What can cause these hairs? Typically, hair growing on the cheeks is something that is really common, but it is usually something that you inherit genetically. If facial hair growth is common in women in your family, then it may be something that plagues you as well.
There are also some conditions that can lead to hair growth on the cheeks and face. These include:
- PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)
- pituitary gland problems
- hormonal changes
- side effects of certain medications
Choosing the Right Hair Removal Option
Now that you know hair on the cheeks is actually pretty common, let’s take a look and see what the best hair removal option may be. We already know that waxing can be painful, shaving doesn’t last very long, and plucking can be really slow and frustrating. If you are looking into getting rid of your hair with a more long term solution, then laser hair removal may be the best choice.
Why Laser Hair Removal May be the Best Option for Hair on The Cheeks
So, why is laser hair removal such a good option? First of all, it is really a non-invasive procedure. It doesn’t have much pain involved with it either. It can be done in under an hour at at our spa.
If you think that cheeks laser hair removal for women may be a good option for you, then you may want to know what to expect when you go for your first visit. You should start by scheduling a consultation visit to ask any questions that you may have. When reporting for your first session, chances are we will apply a slight numbing cream to help alleviate some of the discomfort.
We will then proceed with using the laser to target the hair follicles. It is not a very fast process, but it shouldn’t take too long if you just want the cheeks treated. Complete the treatment and make sure that you follow up with any after care instructions.