Peach fuzz sounds somewhat cute, doesn’t it? But for years, women have been looking for ways to remove facial hair and peach fuzz from their faces to achieve that smooth looking face.
They are becoming more visible the more and more we use cameras in the modern world. Of course, they are all natural. Yet, us ladies aren’t too keen on keeping them around. So if you’re looking for ways to remove the extra fuzz, you’re in the right place.
Let’s get removing!
Dermaplaning is an effective dermatological way of removing visual facial hair and fuzz. It doesn’t remove the hair, but the surface fuzz will go.
We suggest you go to a dermatologist who can offer this service. This ensures it’s done professionally and you don’t suffer from any mistakes. It’s recommended that you do it once a month. That, of course, depends on your fuzz and finances!
There is a downside to this method, though. For one, it can get pretty expensive. Plus, it’s not recommended for very sensitive skin or acne sufferers, as it can easily irritate your skin.
Hair Removal Creams
This is a great and inexpensive way to remove hair. It’s quick and easy to purchase from your local pharmacy or store. However, if you have sensitive skin, be careful. Always follow the instructions and never leave it on longer than needed.
Threading bars have been popping up almost everywhere in the last ten years. Many of then offer all-over facial threading. Your fuzz will be gone in no time, hurray!
After your threading appointment, you could suffer a little redness and irritation. Try and avoid using any cosmetics on your skin before you have it done. It could lead to breakouts if not removed beforehand.
The word just makes me go OUCH! This is a quick and easy way, but your skin may pay for it. If you have sensitive skin or acne, sorry. It’s a no-no for you. If you choose to wax, look after your skin when you’re done. You can apply a gentle cooling aloe vera gel afterward.
Waxing can be pretty brutal, but it’s effective. If you hate your fuzz, go for it!
If you have thicker facial hair, this is a good option. This is the only one which could remove your hair long term, too.
They will insert a fine needle into the follicle where your hair grows. The needle is then heated right at the base of the follicle. The needle will be removed, and tweezers remove the hair. Without a blood supply, the hair cannot grow back.
Please, if you want to go this route consult a professional. It can be damaging and dangerous for your skin if you attempt this yourself. Also, this option is pretty pricey, but it does last a long time, if not forever.
If your facial hair is light in color, this treatment is not for you. Laser treatments target the pigment in your hair. This option doesn’t really remove your hair, but turns it a little lighter. Visit a professional, and they will tell you if it’s right for you.
Shaving Your Fuzz
DO NOT GO THERE! We are now in 2019. We have so many options does not revert to the olden times. Shaving can give a considerable risk of infection. The chances for rashes and nicks is far too high! Don’t forget, it’s your face and you can always see it.
Say Goodbye to Fuzz
We hope we have outlined some options for tackling your peach fuzz. Always ensure you consult a professional to get their expert opinion before trying these options. Different skin types can react differently to each removing process, so it’s essential. Look at every avenue before you decide to say goodbye to your fuzz.