Hair growth caused by hirsutism grows in coarse and dark, usually on the face, neck, chest, back, and stomach. You might be surprised to learn that hirsutism in women is a very common condition that affects up to 10% of women. While it doesn’t impact your physical health, it can cause distressing emotional and psychological side effects. Beauty standards are subjective, but some women with excessive hair growth can feel depressed, anxious, or have issues with their self-image.
What causes hirsutism? Can it be reversed?Read more »Posted: January 24, 2023
PCOS Facial Hair: Why it Happens and How to Deal With It?Read more »
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or PCOS, is a common hormonal disorder that causes the reproductive hormones to become unbalanced. PCOS can cause irregular periods, fertility problems, weight gain, acne,Posted: October 09, 2022
How to Identify & Treat Hirsutism?Read more »
All women have a certain amount of body hair and, yes, even a certain amount of facial hair. Men tend to have more hair than women and their hair is usually thicker, darker, and coarser than the hair that grows on women.Posted: September 09, 2022
Living with Hirsutism and PCOSRead more »
The amount of body and facial hair a woman is ‘supposed’ to have is subjective, especially among different cultures and countries. However, if you are a woman who has hair in places that make you uncomfortable or self-conscious, you may have a condition called hirsutism.Posted: March 24, 2022