Home Remedies To Stop Facial Hair Growth In Women Naturally

Thick and coarse facial hair growth in women can be extremely embarrassing. It is a constant struggle for them to mask the hairs and / or remove them permanently using various products available in market. Although very difficult to stop facial hair growth, there are certain means and procedures whereby the growth of facial hair can be prevented for a longer duration.

Facial Hair Growth in Women

You may not observe facial hair growth in every woman; in some women it may be fine and light, as compared to others who have thick, coarse hair like men.

More often than not, this happens when the woman is producing large amounts of the male hormone – testosterone. Women suffering from (PCOD) polycystic ovarian disease tend to have a lot of facial hair.

To stop facial growth in women naturally, is not easy; nonetheless, there are certain means that help lighten and minimize their growth.

Waxing, bleaching, electrolysis, laser removals are some of the methods which are used by cosmetologists and dermatologists, but, they are fraught with certain side effects as well.

Some of the procedures are extremely painful while others are quite costly.

Home Remedies to Stop Facial Hair Growth

Facial hair growth in women can be retarded by taking vitamin and mineral supplements as well as employing certain natural remedies.

  • Vitamin B6: is known to help slow down and prevent facial hair growth in women. It prevents the excessive secretion of prolactin, a hormone responsible for the release of testosterone, which in turn triggers the development of unsightly facial hair in women. A deficiency of vitamin B6 may cause excessive growth of hair on face. Thus. a diet that is rich in vitamin B6 and also taking B6 supplementation will decrease facial hair growth in women naturally. Wheat bran, fortified breakfast cereals, hazelnut, potato, chicken, fish, peanuts, liver, banana etc are rich sources of vitamin B6.
  • Vitamin E, copper, magnesium, zinc, and chromium help keep insulin and testosterone levels normal. Include almonds, papaya, turnip, green leafy vegetables, collard greens, blueberries, Swiss chard, garbanzo, broccoli, pumpkin seeds, raw plantain, tofu, etc. in your daily diet.
  • A natural herbal remedy – vitus agnus castus also known as chaste tree berry helps to curb the luteinizing hormone, which is responsible for excess facial hair growth in women.

The above mentioned remedies have prescribed to be taken internally, to help regulate the hormonal function in the body. Now let’s look at some of the external measures that can prevent and delay facial hair growth in women:

  • Electrolysis: is a procedure wherein the follicle of the hair is destroyed; repeated sessions are necessary since completely preventing hair growth is relatively difficult.
  • Facial waxing is another way of dealing with the condition;, it damages the hair follicle and the hair growth is retarded, however, it is a painful procedure but some dermatologists do it very successfully.
  • Facial hair can be removed with laser therapy. The hair follicle is destroyed through heat generated by the laser. It is an almost permanent facial hair removal method and is carried out by a dermatologist. On the flip side, it is an expensive procedure.
  • Shaving using an epilator is another temporary method of removing facial hair in women.

 

13 thoughts on “Home Remedies To Stop Facial Hair Growth In Women Naturally

  • June 12, 2012 at 4:56 pm
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    My age is 17 and I am a gay. As I am growing older beard hairs have started growing on my face . I just hate it; tell me some ways to stop the growth of my beard.

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    • June 15, 2012 at 12:01 pm
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      As you are just 17 years old, you have to talk to your doctor regarding this. He may suggest some of the options such as electrolysis, laser therapy or prescription medicines for local application. You should also talk with your parents regarding your desire.

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  • December 20, 2012 at 7:25 am
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    I was reading through this site in hopes of finding a remedy to my facial hair problem. I’m a 19 year old girl and I’ve been recently tested for hormone levels. It turned out they were all within the normal levels but I still experience growth. I’m a college student so the laser treatment will probably have to be the last one on my list. I eat almost everything on the list above but i’m probably doing it wrong so that the vitamins are not properly absorbed by my body.

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  • July 2, 2013 at 2:51 am
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    I am a 34 year old woman. I have a lot of facial hair. This problem has been for the past 15 years but now it is turning out to be more serious. At first it started out with two little strings on my cheek. Now the growth is so much that I need to shave regularly. How can I get rid of this unwanted facial hair?

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  • July 9, 2013 at 1:51 pm
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    I have undergone laser treatment for facial hair. I ended up spending a lot of money. I am fed up as I still have the problem of facial hair. My parents want me to get married soon. This is too embarrassing problem for me. What home remedies will help me get rid of facial hair?

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  • January 27, 2014 at 12:46 am
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    I am a 30 year old female who has hypoglycemia. I have had excess facial hair since I was a child- starting with a uni brow. I have just come to terms with the fact that my facial hair will not diminish same as my body hair. My skin is too soft and my hair is too coarse for it to make a difference with waxing and other non shaving means. It sucks but it happens.

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    • January 27, 2014 at 12:28 pm
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      Unnatural thick growth of hair in woman is a consequence of some hormonal imbalance in the body. It is the endocrine system which is at fault. Hypoglycemia is low level of blood sugar in the body. If the problem is long standing, you should consult your physician. Along with eating vitamin and mineral rich food, you can prevent and treat excess growth of facial hair with electrolysis, laser therapy. Both are found effective and the procedure requires a dermatologist’s assistance.

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  • April 1, 2014 at 7:54 am
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    I am 21 years old. I started growing facial hair ever since I became a teenager. I tried plucking them out but they grow more. How can I get rid of facial hair?

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    • April 4, 2014 at 4:13 pm
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      • Threading and tweezing are easy way to remove unwanted facial hair.
      • Bleaching is another way to lighten dark facial hair. It makes facial hair visually less apparent but does not remove it.
      • Prepare a paste by mixing lemon juice, sugar, and water. Apply it over your face. After few minutes wash your face. Regularly following the procedure will help to remove hair on face.
      • Prepare a paste by mixing gram flour, yogurt and turmeric. Apply it regularly on your face. Wash it with cold water after few minutes. It is an effective method of removing unwanted facial hair.
      Other methods are more permanent such as laser removal, electrolysis etc. But they are costly and require medical assistance.

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  • August 26, 2014 at 10:39 pm
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    Is there a way to remove unwanted hair permanently with natural techniques?

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    • August 27, 2014 at 12:08 pm
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      Many women feel embarrassed and distressed when they have unwanted hair on their body, especially on their face. In fact some women feel hesitant to go in public because of excessive hair growth on their face. They may have used several techniques for removing them, but hair grow again. Tweezers, depilatory creams, waxing and shaving can temporarily remove the hair. Electrolysis and laser are two methods nowadays available to remove unwanted hair permanently. But all cannot afford its cost. Excessive hair growth on face and in moustache area in women occurs due to excess of androgen hormones. It occurs in women who suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome. Here are some natural techniques that may help.
      • Drink one cup of spearmint tea daily to regulate your hormone level. Once the hormones become normal, growth of unwanted hair will reduce or go away permanently.
      • Prepare a paste by crushing basil leaves and thin membrane of onion. Apply this paste on the areas of excess hair. Use this paste daily for one month and it will help to get rid of unwanted hair forever.

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  • September 11, 2018 at 11:58 am
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    Can anyone tell me what is basil plant and what is it called in Swahili language?

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    • September 12, 2018 at 5:44 pm
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      Basil plant is a tropical plant which is found in abundance in central Africa and south East Asia. It is a small plant and basil leaves are used in culinary dishes as well as to treat health problems. The leaves are powerful anti oxidants and anti inflammatory herb. Basil leaves are used to treat cough and cold. In Swahili language basil plant is called basil kupanda.

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