Chin hair will probably have an innocent explanation, but it could be a sign of something more serious. Although most women don't grow beards, spindly chin hair can be a common occurrence. Often, this is normal, and a product of age or hormone imbalance during pregnancy, for example. Dendy Engelman tells Glamour that a few hairs on the chin are just part of the deal for most women. They may well be unwanted, but usually they're only visible if you look closely in the mirror anyway. It's when more than the occasional stray strand pops up that could be a sign of hirsutism, which is a condition that sees women grow stiffer, darker body hair in atypical spots, Little Things writes.
Why women should never ignore chin hair - and advice on what to do
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Ways for Menopausal Women to Deal with Those Pesky Facial Hairs
The discussion at my book group earlier this week took an interesting twist. We were discussing The Help by Kathryn Stockett which we all really enjoyed. Looking back on your past, what's the most ridiculous beauty regiment you ever underwent? But then one of my friends who has reached menopause started talking about her efforts to stymie the growth of heavy hair on her face.
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