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3 Ways To Remove Facial Peach Fuzz

Peach fuzz could sometimes stand to attention when you apply foundation or some other make up on your face, which transforms it from cute to irritating and probably age-revealing.

Peach fuzz also known as Vellus hair, refers to those fine, tiny, barely visible hairs on your face, neck, and other areas of the body. It is usually a sign of age or peri-menopausal hormones surfacing. There are two kinds of fuzz: errant strays that just go about randomly populating your face, and the thick rug that takes a fancy to your sideburns, lower jaw and moustache. While you cannot permanently get rid of peach fuzz, there are some methods that will help temporarily eliminate it.

How To Get Rid of Peach Fuzz

1. Depilatories: These are super effective as they burn the hair from the root without burning your skin, of course. Your heart just skipped a beat didn’t it! But as it employs a chemical process, you could experience some minor irritation; nothing to be too worried about.

2. Waxing: This is, by far, the best option as it lasts about 6 weeks and will weaken the hair follicles over time. Think of it as a slow and steady peach fuzz killer. But again, women could experience some minor skin irritation. Also, if the hairs are too small, they sometimes do not get pulled out easily. That’s just something you’re going to have to accept because nothing can be done to those small hairs without hurting your skin. Better safe than sorry!

Check out the 6 pros and cons of waxing facial hair here and make an informed decision while choosing a hair removal technique.

3. Threading: This is an ancient form of hair removal with roots and a beauty regime that Egyptian beauty Cleopatra relied upon. Why do you think Julius Caesar was in love with her? Like waxing, this stretches the periods between regrowth for up to as long as 6 weeks. Very effective and slightly painful but hey, no pain no gain! Check out how to avoid pimples after threading eyebrows here.


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Now that you know the 3 best ways of peach fuzz removal, you should also know what doesn’t work. Why? Well, firstly you don’t want to have a skin reaction to an irrelevant technique. Secondly, you might just be let down bad.

Laser removal: Lasers are inherently designed to seek out dark hair and as peach fuzz is light; it becomes difficult to detect.

Electrolysis: In Electrolysis, an electric current is sent through a fine, needle-like device to destroy hair follicles. While the results are permanent, peach fuzz, being fine, makes it difficult for the current to penetrate and reach the follicle.

So, don’t worry yourself about that Peach fuzz. Though the methods mentioned here are temporary, they work wonders when you need them to. And that’s the best you can get at this point in time until a new technology has been invented that will get rid of peach fuzz permanently! Until then, stay fuzz-free with these 3 techniques.

Read useful beauty tips here.

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