I was wondering if anyone out there has the problem that I have: I am getting hairier as I get older,so even though electrolysis is killing hair roots successfully, more hair is growing everywhere on my face and I basically have to have monthly electrolysis sessions to keep things in check. I’m almost 50 years old, so I’m approaching menopause and my face is all peachfuzzy. Some of the hairs on my chin and neck are really long and fine and not too dark, but noticeable nonetheless if I don’t deal with them.
Am I doomed to have electrolysis for the rest of my life? Right now, I’m having work done on the area just below my lower lip. That hair started to grow sometime within the past 5 years and it’s now gotten noticeable enough that I’m self conscious.
My comment would be that electrolysis can be a finite experience for those who have well defined hairy areas alongside hairless areas, but for women like me who have lots of peachfuzz on their cheeks, chin and neck, there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />