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What can I do about facial hair caused by menopause?

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If you have facial hair caused by menopause, there are a number of hair removal options available. They include waxing, depilatories (liquids or creams that remove body hair), bleaching, prescription cream, electrolysis, and laser hair removal. Check with your doctor or a medical aesthetician to determine the right hair removal method for you.

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The Women's Health Center at The Cleveland Clinic.
WebMD Medical Reference provided in collaboration with The Cleveland Clinic: "Hot Flashes." WebMD Medical Reference provided in collaboration with The Cleveland Clinic: "Is Hormone Therapy Helpful at All?"
The National Institutes of Health: Women's Health Institute.
News release, FDA.
 

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on May 29, 2020

SOURCES:
The Women's Health Center at The Cleveland Clinic.
WebMD Medical Reference provided in collaboration with The Cleveland Clinic: "Hot Flashes." WebMD Medical Reference provided in collaboration with The Cleveland Clinic: "Is Hormone Therapy Helpful at All?"
The National Institutes of Health: Women's Health Institute.
News release, FDA.
 

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on May 29, 2020

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