Hirsuitism


Every women has facial hair to some degree. Some women are lucky enough to be almost invisible and on the other end of the spectrum there are those who suffer the extremities of hirsutism.

What is hirsutism you ask?

Hirsutism is an abnormal growth of hair on a women’s face and body. The hair usually forms to be thick and dark, this usually appears on the following parts of the body; neck, chest, face – upper lip or chin, tummy, the front of your thighs, anal and genital area. Hirsutism usually affects one and three women in every 20 who has not started their menopause yet.

Hirsutism can be caused by a variety of things such as Polycystic ovary syndrome, Cushing’s syndrome, Tumors, Medications and many more. Sometimes hirsutism can occur without anything to identify it, however this usually happens more frequently when women are from Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and South Asian ancestry.

How to treat hirsutism?

Unfortunately, there is no cure for hirsutism, however there are many ways to manage the condition. There are so many ways to remove facial and body hair such as shaving, waxing, plucking, bleaching and so on.

Epicare® is the perfect device for removing that embarrassing hair. Epicare® is compact to store, convenient to carry and clean to use and the best part is, the price!

Just one word of warning, don’t be fooled by cheap copies, they truly do not work as well as Epicare® the original facial hair remover.


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